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Each ending is also the start of something new! – Introduction of the partly new partly experienced board

Changes have occurred in the current board of AEGEE-Dresden! After the Local Agora on 12th of January we are happy to introduce our new faces, new positions, interesting projects and great ideas that are going on! The newly elected, as well as the experienced board members have revealed their thoughts about the résumé of the previous semester, pending events and about expectations as well as motivations for the upcoming semester.
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Visiting the christmas wonderland: Our trip to Annaberg-Buchholz

On december 10th, 2017 the Buddy-Program of AEGEE-Dresden organized a trip to the secret christmas capital Annaberg-Buchholz. 24 international students from all over the world and two german buddies were guided by two AEGEE-members through german christmas traditions.
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Do it again, again, again: Develop Yourself!

For the fourth time already AEGEE-Dresden has organized “Develop Yourself”, an international self-development training course for young Europeans. When all participants met for the first time, we were not sure what to expect from the following four days and how they are going to change or influence us.
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Meet up: Discrimination Zero

Almost one month ago, one of the most amazing projects of AEGEE-Dresden has come to an end. Discrimination0 was an exchange program opened to young people from 17 to 30 years old from Germany, Russia and Ukraine.
The first part took place from 2nd – 7th of October in the picturesque Lviv, Ukraine and gathered 40 enthusiastic people, eager to know more about one of the biggest issue in the society of nowadays – discrimination. In five days...
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Position Paper on the PEGIDA Movement in Dresden

On Saturday the 28th of October, PEGIDA, the self-acclaimed movement of “Patriotic Europeans against the Islamisation of the Occident” have celebrated their 3rd anniversary. The weekly demonstrations bring to the streets a melange of grim people, ranging from so-called “concerned citizens” all the way to radical neo-Nazis. Their agenda and slogans go far beyond the conservation of Europe’s christian-judean heritage and target migrants and migration policies, political leaders, left-wing and conservative media outlets alike and call for a society that leaves no space for anyone who does not fit their image of an authoritarian and nationalistic, unified people.
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Apply now: Discrimination Zero

Discrimination is a big issue in this world’s society. The aim of the ukrainian-german exchange is to call young people’s attention to the reasons and to possibilities to tackle this problem. The project includes two parts: One in Lviv, Ukraine from 2nd to 7th October and one in Dresden, Germany from 17th to 22nd November. Register here to join the group of Russian, Ukrainian and German participants!

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A new board: the people and their visions behind it

The new board of AEGEE-Dresden worked their way through the first weeks of new responsibilities and experiences. But who are the people behind the positions that we know as President, Secretary, Treasurer and PR-Responsible who will shape the future of this Antenna?

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New board 2017-2018

The 4th board of AEGEE-Dresden was elected at the annual general assembly, local Agora, on the 26th June. Again, it consists of four positions: Next to the president (Jens Oehlen), the secretary (Daniela Lascu) and the treasurer (Lukas Herzog), the PR-Responsible (Antonia von Richthofen) will complete the board.

One member was elected into each position by the members of our nonprofit organization attending the Local Agora through casting secret ballots.We wish all the best for the term and for a successful implementation of personal, local and european goals!

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