AEGEE Eastern Partnership Program

AEGEE-Europe / European Students’ Forum has always played a vital role in the European integration process on the non-governmental level and advocated for youth in order to provide it with the best opportunities. Taking this mission into account, we believe that creation of a project regarding the Eastern Partnership is its immensely important and valuable expression. We are certain that adding a youth perspective to the Eastern Partnership initiative of the European Union is a significant contribution to the establishment of a united European society.

Moldova: Follow up on Presidential Elections

The Presidential elections in Moldova on 30th October, first round, and 13th November , second round, have brought as a result a new direction for the policy of the country. The first round ended with the Socialist candidate that narrowly missed a first-round victory. During the second round, the disputes were between the pro-EU candidate Maia Sandu from the Action… Read more →

OSCE in Nagorno-Karabakh

The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) conducted a monitoring of the Line of Contact between armed forces of Nagorno-Karabakh and Azerbaijan. An agreement was reached with the authorities of the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic. The monitoring was held on 28th of November in the eastern part of Talish village. The authorities have voiced their readiness to contribute to the… Read more →

Georgia – one of Europe’s least corrupt nations

On the 16th of November Transparency International released the survey „People and Corruption: Europe and Central Asia 2016“. The survey aims at determining the public perception of corruption and what actions are considered to be effective in order to address it. Transparency International questioned 60,000 citizens in 42 European and Central Asian countries about their daily life experiences with corruption.… Read more →

Azerbaijan: New Perspective after the Constitutional Referendum

Azerbaijanis went to the polls on 26 September in a referendum on handing extra powers to the president Ilham Aliyev. On one hand, The authorities say a longer presidential term will ensure continuity in decision-making, which they say is vital after a slump in world oil prices halted Azerbaijan’s long run of economic growth, but on the other hand there… Read more →