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  • 1. Aims & Ideals
    • Article 2: Aim
    • (1) 1 The association has the aim to promote, through the student world, the European idea amongst the youth in Europe. 2 Thus AEGEE strives to foster European integration, democracy, human rights, tolerance, cross-border co-operation, mobility and a European dimension in education.
    • (2) AEGEE is a secular, non-profit organization not linked to any political party.
    • Statutes of AEGEE-Europe
  • 2. Fields of Action
  • 3. Patrons (I)
    • Dr. Josep María Bricall
    • Former President of the Conference of European Rectors
    • Kenneth J. Edwards
    • President of the Conference of European Rectors
    • Bronislaw Geremek
    • Laureate of the Karlspreis of the city of Aachen,
    • former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Poland,
    • former Chair of the OSCE
    • Arpad Göncz
    • Former President of Hungary
  • 4. Patrons (II)
    • Mikhael Gorbatchev
    • Nobel Peace Prize laureate
    • Former Secretary General of the USSR
    • Václav Havel
    • Former President of the Czech Republic
    • György Konrád
    • Author, Laureate of the Karlspreis of the city of Aachen,
    • President of the "Akademie der Künste"
    • Vice President of PEN International
    • Catherine Lalumière
    • Former Secretary General of the Council of Europe,
    • Member of the European Parliament
  • 5. Patrons (III)
    • Jacques Santer
    • Former Prime Minister of the Grand Duchy of Luxemburg,
    • Former President of the European Commission, MEP
    • Rita Süssmuth
    • Former President of German Parliament, Bundestag
    • Member of German Parliament
    • Daniel Tarschys
    • Former Secretary General of the Council of Europe
    • Wolfgang Thierse
    • President of the German Parliament
    • Eric Froment
    • President of a European University Association
  • 6. Partners
    • European Commission
    • European Youth Foundation
    • BMB+F – German Ministry for Education
    • UNESCO - AEGEE has Observer Status
    • OSCE
    • United Nations Organization – ECOSOC
    • Youth Forum Jeunesse – member organisation
  • 7.
    • A Short History
  • 8. History (I)
    • Founded 1985 in Paris (EGEE)
    • Initiator and First President: Franck Biancheri
    • In the Beginning 6 locals: Paris, Leiden, London, Madrid, Milano, München
    • Quickly Spreading within the whole EU
    • Massive Support by Politicians and Media
    • 1987 - Successful Lobbying for the Erasmus Programme via Francois Mitterand
  • 9. History (II)
    • 1998 - Summer University project
    • since 1990 - AEGEE integrates Central- and Eastern Europe
    • 1992 - Introduction of Yearplans and Key to Europe
    • 1993 – AEGEE gains consultative status at the Council of Europe
    • 1996 – Establishment of the Headoffice in Brussels
  • 10. History (III)
    • 1998 – AEGEE becomes member of the European Youth Forum
    • 2004 – Expansion to Caucasus
    • 2005 - AEGEE IS 20 YEARS OLD!
  • 11. History (IV)
    • More Information:
      • www.aegee.org (-> about aegee -> history)
      • Franck Biancheri, The Emergence of Eurocitizens, Paris 1996