Erasmus+ Outdoor Training Course – “Group in Action” 26 AUG – 4 SEPT 2015 Bakuriani, Borjom-Kharagauli National Park, Georgia The training course brought together youth workers from 10 different countries, who were interested in outdoor education, experimental methodologies, intercultural learning by doing and improving the quality of inclusive youth work. Some of them are already actively connected in their local youth organizations and had some experience of working with youngsters as leaders, but some of them were just beginners in this field. The project gave participants an opportunity to develop competences in leading or facilitating of group dynamics...Read More
Re-LEAD (Regional Leadership Education and Advocacy Dialogue) June 27-28, 2015 27-28, June, 2015, Women’s Democracy Network of Georgia in cooperation with AEGEE-Yerevan and with the support of Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic launched the project: Re-LEAD (Regional Leadership Education and Advocacy Dialogue) which provided the first series of trainings and seminars on Women’s leadership and political participation to selected participants from Armenia. The mission of the Re-LEAD project is to create a unique platform for the South Caucasus Women Leaders to tackle the regional challenges through equipping women with hand on experiences and strengthening communication among them. The first WLS covered a variety of theories and concepts on how to develop effective lead...Read More
EU Eastern Partnership Riga Summit Boosts Armenia-EU Relations May 26, 2015
On 22 May 2014, the heads of the EU member states and the Eastern Partnership countries have issued a joint declaration that made an ambitious effort to review and reflect the EaP achievements so far and set up new goals for all individual EaP countries towards the next summit in 2017. The prospect of relations between Armenia and the European Union is highlighted in several chapters of declaration. Taking the possibility, AEGEE-Yerevan / Yerevan European Students’ Forum Association welcomes the Riga Declaration and its ambitious spirit...Read More
12, February, 2015 the representative of AEGEE-Yerevan Mrs. Haykuhi Tangyan participated in the international conference ‘Latvian Presidency of the European Union priorities and areas of cooperation with Armenia. The conference was organized by the Analytical Center on Globalization and Regional Cooperation (ACGRC) NGO and the Embassy of the Republic of Latvia’ and took place at Best Western Congress Hotel. The confere...Read More
On January 13th Supervisory Board member of AEGEE-Yerevan Shavarsh Gevorgyan paid a short visit to The University of Cologne(Universität zu Köln) where he presented AEGEE-Yerevan as well as Armenia. During the visit he met the president and board members of AEGEE-Köln. They discussed the current structures of both anthenas and recruitment issues.Read More
“The secret of leadership is simple: Do what you believe in. Paint a picture of the future. Go there.
People will follow.”
ON the 15th of February, 2014, AEGEE-Yerevan organized the Local Training course : LEAD, TRAIN, CREATE.
More than 50 young and curious students attended the training course. It was a great opportunity for the participants to discover the world of AEGEE with the help of experienced AEGEEANS Armenak Minasyants and Sali Ebanoidze , as well as to know its history, goals and activities, to meet AEGEE-Yerevan family. Then, together with the trainer Pavel Vassiljev (Estonia) they discussed what is leadership and who are the real leaders and how to lead and create ...
In an important achievement, in December 2012 and April 2013, Armenia and the European Union signed two pivotal agreements in the field of visa liberalization: a “Visa Facilitation Agreement” and “Readmission Agreement.” It was assumed that both agreements would stimulate mobility mostly for Armenian citizens, as the Armenian government abolished all visa entrance requirements for all citizens of EU member states. Additionally, the agreements should bring about a new legal framework for cooperation...Read More
On August 2, 2013 AEGEE-Yerevan initiated youth consultation meeting titled “Developing Armenian Youth Agenda Towards the Eastern Partnership Vilnius Summit” to which participated local branches of 3 big Pan-European youth NGOs, particularly AEGEE-Yerevan (Local Antenna of AEGEE-Europe), ANSA (Full member of ESU), Civic Forum NGO/JEF-Armenia (Member of JEF). The meeting took place at the EU Centre to Armenia.
During the meeting parties discussed broad agenda of topics, especially giving special focus to the activities and developments undertaken towards the EU Eastern Partnership Vilnius Summit and to recently achieved progress in Armenia-EU relations, such as the concluding of talks for Armenia-EU Association Agreement and finalization of the negotiations for DCFTA.
During the meeting...
December 21, 2013 was an important day for the members of AEGEE-Yerevan, as it was the day of the Elections of the new 2014 Board! We want to thank the previous 2013 Board for their motivation and efforts and for the energy and fun they brought to all our projects.
We want to announce you the newly elected board of AEGEE-Yerevan for the year 2014. It’s going to be an active year full of AEGEE SURPRISES!
President: Sona Yeghiazaryan
Secretary: Karine Galstyan
Treasurer: Anna Sargsyan
Head of Human Resources committee: Adrine Aghabekyan
Head of Public Relations committee: Haykuhi Tangyan
Head of Local Activities committee: Anushik Proshyan
Head of External Realations committee: Armine Muradyan