Who is the AEGEE mem­ber of the year 2017? Which anten­na, which project was the best? What were the high­lights of the year? And what will 2018 bring? The Gold­en Times asked more than 80 local­ly or Euro­pean­ly active mem­bers. In this 12th edi­tion of the AEGEE-Europe review: read what Loes Rut­ten, Eri­fyli Evan­gelou, Derk Sni­jders, Ele­na Agul­ló, Spy­ros Papadatos and Tere­sa Ober­hauser said.

Loes Rutten. President of AEGEE-Europe, AEGEE-Utrecht

Gold­en Times: What was your per­son­al AEGEE high­light in 2017?
Loes Rut­ten: It would be too easy to say: “Ago­ra Enschede, when I was elect­ed”. That’s why I’ll go for Net­work Meet­ing Gaziantep and the vis­its to Hatay and Adana that fol­lowed it. It was AEGEE at its high­est poten­tial for me: A real­ly eye-open­ing expe­ri­ence that you would nev­er have if you were not part of this net­work, while hav­ing crazy amounts of fun.
Which mem­o­rable moments of AEGEE-Europe in gen­er­al in 2017 do you remem­ber most vivid­ly or was out­stand­ing?
Maybe not all mem­bers are able to relate to this, but for me it was awe­some to receive the let­ter from the Bel­gian Nation­al Agency of Eras­mus+ announc­ing that our Key Action 2 appli­ca­tion for a project called “Gen­ders: Plat­form for Cer­ti­fi­ca­tion of Gen­der-Friend­ly Organ­i­sa­tions in Youth Work­ing” was approved. It strength­ens both AEGEE’s con­tent and finan­cial sus­tain­abil­i­ty. Anoth­er cool moment was the Coun­cil of Mem­bers of the Euro­pean Youth Forum. Offi­cial­ly, I was the only per­son rep­re­sent­ing AEGEE, so at the begin­ning I felt a bit lost like an only del­e­gate at her first Ago­ra. But then I real­ized once again how well estab­lished AEGEE is in the field of youth poli­cies. AEGEE was every­where, with Luis Alvara­do as pres­i­dent of the Euro­pean Youth Forum, Marko Grdosic as chair of the Advi­so­ry Coun­cil on Youth of the Coun­cil of Europe, Antoni­ja Parat in the Sec­re­tari­at of the Youth Forum, and Sebas­ti­aan Rood in the board. A lot of oth­er youth organ­i­sa­tions are impressed by our work!
Who was for you the out­stand­ing mem­ber in 2017? Please name up to three.
One of them, def­i­nite­ly Sven­ja van der Tol. It is amaz­ing how she con­tin­ues to sup­port oth­er mem­bers to grow in our organ­i­sa­tion. She is always avail­able for ques­tions for us as CD, and plays a piv­otal role in the Youth Devel­op­ment Work­ing Group, Human Resources Com­mit­tee, and one mil­lion oth­er things. I would also like to shine some light on Damien Lat­acz. He has just fin­ished his sec­ond term as speak­er of the Medi­a­tion Com­mis­sion. The work he did was incred­i­bly heavy. Name the 20 worst things that hap­pened in AEGEE in the past two years, and Damien has been there to find a solu­tion, sup­port, give advice, stay impar­tial… His efforts may have gone by unno­ticed by many peo­ple, but they were out­stand­ing. Last but not least, Daniele Rice­vu­to, main orga­niz­er of Ago­ra Cata­nia. He was able to cope with so many chal­leng­ing sit­u­a­tions, and always man­aged to stay calm and sup­port his team. I don’t know how he was able to func­tion with­out sleep­ing before, dur­ing and after the Ago­ra, he was like the main char­ac­ter of a super hero movie. I was quite shocked when I heard he had an acci­dent one month after the Ago­ra, but like a super hero he recov­ered and I wish him a 2018 full of well-deserved trav­els!
Which was for you the out­stand­ing anten­na in 2017? You can also men­tion up to three.
I think AEGEE-Tyu­men deserves the spot­light here. Not only because they are geo­graph­i­cal­ly out­stand­ing, but also because they man­aged to grow to a sus­tain­able local, and are now orga­niz­ing an amaz­ing New Year’s event. Giv­en their geo­graph­i­cal loca­tion, I am impressed by how well they are con­nect­ed with the rest of the net­work.
What was for you the out­stand­ing Euro­pean project, work­ing group or inter­est group in 2017?
I think that the Gen­der Equal­i­ty Inter­est Group has been out­stand­ing in its activism. Although many peo­ple, includ­ing myself some­times, found them annoy­ing, aggres­sive, or gave them the label of “angry fem­i­nists”, they have had an impres­sive impact on the direc­tion of our organ­i­sa­tion. I am much more aware of the gen­der stereo­types in our cul­ture and lan­guage. I come from a very gen­der-bal­anced fam­i­ly where my moth­er always wears trousers and where my father does at least as much laun­dry as my mom. I need­ed a push to realise how unique that is.
What do you fore­see as high­light or the big top­ic in AEGEE in 2018?
I hope that social inclu­sion will be a big top­ic in AEGEE next year. Just like we need­ed a stu­dent move­ment 30 years ago for the Euro­pean project to suc­ceed, we now need to make sure Europe belongs to all its cit­i­zens. It’s in our vision that we strive for a social­ly inte­grat­ed Europe, but as stu­dents, we some­times live on lit­tle priv­i­leged islands, dis­con­nect­ed from oth­er com­mu­ni­ties. It would be won­der­ful if 2018 is the year when we will face this real­i­ty and decide to change this.
What are your per­son­al AEGEE plans for 2018?
Until 1st of August, I will ded­i­cate every day to serve this organ­i­sa­tion, enjoy­ing the full ride of this roller­coast­er. I am real­ly look­ing for­ward to the Euro­pean Plan­ning Meet­ing Yere­van, to the Euro­pean Youth Con­fer­ence in Sofia where I will be rep­re­sent­ing the out­comes of AEGEE’s struc­tured dia­logue, and to con­tin­ue work­ing on the activ­i­ty plan for our CD. After first of August, I have two months of hol­i­days. It should be enough time to chill, go on vaca­tion, kick-off from CD life, move back to Utrecht and start my PhD in The­o­ret­i­cal Seis­mol­o­gy in Octo­ber. Off course my involve­ment in AEGEE won’t stop there, I haven’t vis­it­ed all locals yet!
How and where will you spend New Year’s night?
Dur­ing the day, with my fam­i­ly, it’s my mom’s Birth­day. Then I will divide my time over two or maybe three dif­fer­ent groups of friends, because I can’t choose which par­ty to join. Luck­i­ly New Year’s Night is one of the longest nights in the year.

 

 

Erifyli Evangelou, Europe on Track, Language Interest Group, AEGEE-Athína

Gold­en Times: What was your per­son­al AEGEE high­light in 2017?
Eri­fyli Evan­gelou: For me, 2017 was real­ly full of amaz­ing AEGEE moments! Falling in love again with our orga­ni­za­tion after liv­ing the Transsi­ber­ian dream, expe­ri­enc­ing how far AEGEE can go and how a group of young vol­un­teers can get you to the oth­er side of the map. I moved to anoth­er coun­try and feel there like home, since in Barcelona I already had many AEGEEan friends and peo­ple eager to help me with mov­ing in, and showed me around their won­der­ful city. And last but not least, I joined the Europe on Track project team, learn­ing so many new things, work­ing togeth­er with a dream team and try­ing to cre­ate a real impact out of it.
Which mem­o­rable moments of AEGEE-Europe in gen­er­al in 2017 do you remem­ber most vivid­ly or was out­stand­ing?
EPM Zagreb! What an orga­ni­za­tion! Great logis­tics, great food, great peo­ple and a very beau­ti­ful city! And of course, the Ago­ra of love, Ago­ra Cata­nia! You could real­ly see how much love AEGEE-Cata­nia put in the orga­ni­za­tion of this event and I am grate­ful that I man­aged to attend it!
Who was for you the out­stand­ing mem­ber in 2017? Please name up to three.
One of the most hard­work­ing peo­ple that I’ve met not only in AEGEE but also in my life so far, a per­son with end­less moti­va­tion, a per­son who has done an incred­i­ble job the past years in his local, in the Net­com, in Europe on Track and in all the bod­ies and projects he has been involved. For me, Spy­ros Papadatos is one of the most out­stand­ing mem­bers of the year, and I want to thank him very much for his ded­i­ca­tion, his time, ener­gy and mobile data he has used for Skype calls, for being always around to help and sup­port. It is always a big plea­sure work­ing with him! I would also like to rec­og­nize the amaz­ing work of Maria Balles­teros Melero and thank her for being the inspir­ing per­son she is, for encour­ag­ing me to get out of my com­fort zone and take ini­tia­tives that with­out her sup­port I am not sure I would have tak­en. I want to thank her from the bot­tom of my heart for every­thing she has offered to our orga­ni­za­tion, on so many dif­fer­ent lev­els! One more per­son that I would like to men­tion and rec­og­nize his unstop­pable work in my beloved AEGEE-Istan­bul, is Der­manşah Yalın who has been board mem­ber for three years includ­ing two terms as pres­i­dent.  I want to wish him the best for the big project that he is now work­ing on togeth­er with a great team, Ago­ra Istan­bul!
Which was for you the out­stand­ing anten­na in 2017? You can also men­tion up to three.
AEGEE-Ioan­ni­na! Organ­is­ers of an amaz­ing SU, a Net­work Meet­ing, but most impor­tant an anten­na that works like a fam­i­ly!
What was for you the out­stand­ing Euro­pean project, work­ing group or inter­est group in 2017?
Europe on Track 4, which reached a big num­ber of peo­ple dur­ing their trips and was also the rea­son behind my will to get involved in this year’s edi­tion. More­over, I believe the Lan­guage Inter­est Group did an out­stand­ing job this year, being present in many dif­fer­ent events and spread­ing lan­guage love all around our net­work!
What do you fore­see as high­light or the big top­ic in AEGEE in 2018?
Trains, sus­tain­abil­i­ty, cli­mate change and the most excit­ing adven­ture of 2018, Europe on Track 5!
And of course Ago­ra Istan­bul, a dream that will come true this autumn!
What are your per­son­al AEGEE plans for 2018?
Con­tin­ue rock­ing with the Europe on Track project team!
How and where will you spend New Year’s night?
This year I am attend­ing my first New Year’s event as a par­tic­i­pant, there­fore I will spend New Year’s night in Lei­den, sur­round­ed by 30 AEGEEans and grab­bing life by the uiers!

 

Derk Snijders, ITC Speaker, AEGEE-Delft

Gold­en Times: What was your per­son­al AEGEE high­light in 2017?
Derk Sni­jders: My per­son­al high­light was being Incom­ing Respon­si­ble for Spring Ago­ra Enschede. I real­ly enjoyed being in con­tact with all kinds of mem­bers from all over Europe. While most­ly just e-mail­ing with them they all felt like friends and I did my very best to help each one of them. Get­ting all these pos­i­tive reac­tions and then final­ly meet­ing them dur­ing the Ago­ra was a real­ly nice and rare expe­ri­ence. Also, I got a bit of a nerdgasm from hav­ing the audio visu­al­i­sa­tion on the beam­er and even secret­ly play­ing Achtung die on it dur­ing the Ago­ra! While writ­ing I keep com­ing up with more crazy yet amaz­ing things that hap­pened dur­ing Ago­ra Enschede, so I’ll just go ahead and say that was my high­light of the year!
Who was for you the out­stand­ing mem­ber in 2017? Please name up to three.
I just feel like I have to men­tion Nico West­er­beck and Sergey Peshkov for help­ing so much with build­ing the Online Mem­ber­ship Sys­tem, most peo­ple nor­mal­ly don’t notice, but they def­i­nite­ly deserve the atten­tion! Then I thought of lots of peo­ple who I could name as third, but I think I final­ly found some­one who deserves it even slight­ly so more than oth­ers: Tim Houben. I saw him bat­tle for revig­o­rat­ing his local that he took pres­i­den­cy of and he was an all-around great friend that I spent many nights bull­shit­ting with, a wel­come change of mind while work­ing in the some­times stress­ful head­of­fice.
Which was for you the out­stand­ing anten­na in 2017? You can also men­tion up to three.
I find this a hard ques­tions, I have seen many locals do amaz­ing things and want to avoid the clich­es of host­ing events. I will say AEGEE-Brus­sels, for becom­ing alive again — and I real­ly think we should have a strong local in our head office’s city! My oth­er two votes will go to AEGEE-Bam­schede, for mak­ing an absolute great joke and offer­ing tons of memes dur­ing Ago­ra Cata­nia.
What was for you the out­stand­ing Euro­pean project, work­ing group or inter­est group in 2017?
Haha, I will say OMS! Maybe because the time I spent on the OMS com­plete­ly dwarves the time spent on any oth­er project, but I real­ly feel like this project improved by a ton and has amaz­ing poten­tial. Being involved as one of the main devel­op­ers I learned so much from this and tru­ly believe it can boost AEGEE and make every­thing twice as effi­cient, amaz­ing and bor­der­less — not to speak of oth­er orga­ni­za­tions that could ben­e­fit from it! I am sad that a new head­of­fice offi­cer to work on the OMS has not been found and I real­ly hope some­one will take up this amaz­ing oppor­tu­ni­ty, but regard­less of that, I am still pos­i­tive that after 11 years and way too much mon­ey spent, it is real­ly com­ing.
What do you fore­see as high­light or the big top­ic in AEGEE in 2018?
I believe the trend of frus­tra­tion with IT sys­tems will con­tin­ue and that this will cre­ate more trac­tion for work­ing on upgrad­ing the IT with­in AEGEE-Europe. There­fore I think not only the OMS but IT in gen­er­al will be a big top­ic and hope­ful­ly a high­light in 2018.
What are your per­son­al AEGEE plans for 2018?
As I believe IT will be a big high­light with­in AEGEE for the com­ing year or years, I will con­tin­ue to spend my time and do what­ev­er I can to push AGEEE in this area. As a speak­er of the ITC I hope we, as ITC, can offer some new sup­port and tools for AEGEE and as a devel­op­er of the OMS I want to con­tin­ue to devel­op this absolute gigan­tious project and get it live and used before the end of 2018.
Final­ly, I hope to par­tic­i­pate in a Sum­mer Uni­ver­si­ty this year, as sad­ly I did not had time these past years.
How and where will you spend New Year’s night?
Some­where around Enschede, not entire­ly sure where yet. Noth­ing too spec­tac­u­lar, I hope to get some rest these hol­i­days!

 

Elena Agulló, President of AEGEE-Alicante

Gold­en Times: What was your per­son­al AEGEE high­light in 2017?
Ele­na Agul­ló: The very best moments of this year were dur­ing Net­work Meet­ing Ali­cante. Being main organ­is­er, I real­ly want­ed to make an incred­i­ble event and, after months work­ing hard to make it real, we achieved it! I can’t be more grate­ful for the amaz­ing team that gave every­thing to make it mag­i­cal! Vero, Celia, Álvaro, Juan­qui, Foton­so, Mari­na, Meli, Manu, Félix: you’re awe­some! I am real­ly hap­py it hap­pened and we were there to live it!
Who was for you the out­stand­ing mem­ber in 2017? Please name up to three.
I’m in love with AEGEE and its mem­bers and I wouldn’t imag­ine it with­out our for­mer Pres­i­dent of AEGEE-Ali­cante, Álvaro Muñoz. He has been work­ing hard to make AEGEE-Ali­cante great by imple­ment­ing cool tools and just by spread­ing his swag. He is one of my best friends and the one who was always encour­ag­ing me to become an active mem­ber, thank God I have him now as advi­sor!
Also, Celia Riveres did a fan­tas­tic and love­ly job with us while being our Sub­com­mie and I wish her now the best in her new term as Net­work Com­mis­sion­er.
Which was for you the out­stand­ing anten­na in 2017? You can also men­tion up to three.
Of course, here I have to men­tion AEGEE-Ali­cante! We organ­ised three Euro­pean events this year: our first “Ali­cante On Fire — Hoguera’s Event”, invit­ing AEGEE to cel­e­brate togeth­er our local fes­tiv­i­ties; sec­ond, the great Sum­mer Uni­ver­si­ty “Alicante’s land: Beach, Fire and SUn!” and recent­ly, the mag­ic Autumn Net­work Meet­ing Ali­cante 2017! We also don’t stop organ­is­ing activ­i­ties and projects, our Bud­dy Pro­gram is about to start its 10th edi­tion!
What was for you the out­stand­ing Euro­pean project, work­ing group or inter­est group in 2017?
The Pub­lic Rela­tions Com­mit­tee! The Visu­al Iden­ti­ty team did a great job this year by upload­ing the Visu­al Iden­ti­ty Man­u­al. We did our best with the new Social Media Man­u­al too. We rocked it! #PRf­reak
What do you fore­see as high­light or the big top­ic in AEGEE in 2018?
2018 will be a fan­tas­tic AEGEE year! Two years ago, I had the plea­sure to enjoy my Eras­mus in the most beau­ti­ful city ever: Kraków! Now this super anten­na is organ­is­ing the next Ago­ra and I am sure it will be awe­some! More­over, at local lev­el we will cel­e­brate AEGEE-Alicante’s 15th Anniver­sary with a gala ball and more supris­es!
What are your per­son­al AEGEE plans for 2018?
I will con­tin­ue as pres­i­dent of my love­ly anten­na until next Sep­tem­ber and then, who knows? Besides, I would like to attend some T4T, since I have recent­ly enjoyed deliv­er­ing some work­shops dur­ing our last LTC and I want to become a train­er!
How and where will you spend New Year’s night?
I am vis­it­ing the north of Spain to enjoy the beau­ty of Asturias and its peo­ple. My New Year’s night will be like a non-offi­cial AEGEE event, par­ty with friends from every­where!

 

Spyros Papadatos, Network Commission, Liaison Officer, Europe On Track, AEGEE-Ioannina

Gold­en Times: What was your per­son­al AEGEE high­light in 2017?
Spy­ros Papadatos: My per­son­al high­light was dur­ing Net­work Meet­ing Ioan­ni­na, when my fel­low local mem­bers named me hon­orary mem­ber of AEGEE-Ioan­ni­na. It was a very touch­ing and reward­ing moment receiv­ing this hon­or and it will stay in my mind and heart.
Which mem­o­rable moments of AEGEE-Europe in gen­er­al in 2017 do you remem­ber most vivid­ly or was out­stand­ing?
For sure the two Ago­rae; espe­cial­ly the moment with the flash­lights dur­ing Ago­ra Catania’s open­ing cer­e­mo­ny was some­thing I vivid­ly recall. Addi­tion­al­ly, the pres­i­den­tial elec­tion in Ago­ra Enschede was also a very intense moment of AEGEE in the last year — not in a pos­i­tive way of course. We should remem­ber to always treat every­one with sense and respect, inde­pen­dent­ly if we agree or not.
Who was for you the out­stand­ing mem­ber in 2017? Please name up to three.
I would name first­ly Mari­na Klan­jčić. She is a per­son I think high­ly of and I enjoyed work­ing togeth­er a lot for the past year. Then Vasi­li­ki Andri­oti. It is amaz­ing see­ing your real-life best friend to evolve that much with­in a year and work respon­si­bly and hard both on the local and the Euro­pean lev­el of AEGEE. Last but not least, Eri­fyli Evan­gelou; it is always a joy work­ing with her and to call her a friend, she is the sym­bol of the true AEGEE spir­it.
Which was for you the out­stand­ing anten­na in 2017? You can also men­tion up to three.
I would say AEGEE-Zagreb, AEGEE-Enschede and AEGEE-Cata­nia for tak­ing the chal­lenge to host our statu­to­ry events and doing it so great!
What was for you the out­stand­ing Euro­pean project, work­ing group or inter­est group in 2017?
I have to go with Europe on Track of course. In the first half year I saw it as an observ­er, but for the sec­ond half I am expe­ri­enc­ing it as part of the project team. I hon­est­ly believe it is doing an out­stand­ing job, rais­ing the stan­dards and qual­i­ty a lot! I can’t wait for the whole net­work to see what we have pre­pared for every­one in spring!
What do you fore­see as high­light or the big top­ic in AEGEE in 2018?
I would say one the­mat­ic and one organ­i­sa­tion­al: the the­mat­ic being the raise of the­mat­ics in AEGEE; we already see four active work­ing groups, many active inter­est groups, projects and — my per­son­al favorite — sev­er­al the­mat­ic con­fer­ences! The organ­i­sa­tion­al part would be the nec­es­sary reforms; I think sev­er­al AEGEE locals and mem­bers are start­ing to look more crit­i­cal­ly at the way we do things and are open for new ideas that would make our asso­ci­a­tion func­tion bet­ter. So let’s all bring our ideas and shape the AEGEE we want!
What are your per­son­al AEGEE plans for 2018?
Fin­ish­ing my sec­ond man­date as Net­work Com­mis­sion­er, work­ing on some very cool projects with a lot of locals also out­side of my area and orga­nize a great Europe On Track 5 open­ing con­fer­ence with AEGEE-Thes­sa­loni­ki!
How and where will you spend New Year’s night?
With some friends and fam­i­ly in Greece, recharg­ing for an excit­ing year that is about to come!

 

Teresa Puchinger, Equal Rights Working Group, Board Member of AEGEE-Heidelberg

Gold­en Times: What was your per­son­al AEGEE high­light in 2017?
Tere­sa Puchinger: My per­son­al high­light was a the­mat­ic exchange orga­nized by AEGEE-Hei­del­berg and AEGEE-Kyiv. The project “YOUrope: Inter­chang­ing hopes and chal­lenges of EU par­tic­i­pa­tion” was ful­ly fund­ed by the Ger­man Robert Bosch Stiftung; with the mon­ey we had at our dis­pos­al, we could orga­nize quite a pro­fes­sion­al con­fer­ence with fruit­ful dis­cus­sions and infor­ma­tive lec­tures. It widened my hori­zon as I per­son­al­ly nev­er got the chance to trav­el to Ukraine and meet­ing its cul­ture. Peo­ple made me see the EU and Europe from anoth­er per­spec­tive — and we all know how impor­tant it is for us to shift per­spec­tives every now and then, don’t we?
Which mem­o­rable moments of AEGEE-Europe in gen­er­al in 2017 do you remem­ber most vivid­ly or was out­stand­ing?
Frankly, it is hard to choose because I am still over­whelmed with what this orga­ni­za­tion made me expe­ri­ence. Since the hap­py moments are count­less, let me name two seri­ous ones. Dur­ing Autumn Ago­ra Cata­nia, we held a minute’s silence to show our respect for a mem­ber who died at a Sum­mer Uni­ver­si­ty. Also dur­ing Ago­ra Cata­nia, we were asked to help anoth­er mem­ber who was diag­nosed with leukemia. In my opin­ion, regard­less of the pow­er of hap­py moments, it is in the seri­ous ones that we tru­ly expe­ri­ence our sense of togeth­er­ness, there­fore, those two moments were out­stand­ing to me.
Who was for you the out­stand­ing mem­ber in 2017? Please name up to three.
Vio­la Bianchet­ti. She devotes tons of hours to AEGEE every week both work­ing for the local and Euro­pean lev­el.
Which was for you the out­stand­ing anten­na in 2017? You can also men­tion up to three.
AEGEE-Cata­nia for obvi­ous rea­sons, but also AEGEE-Aachen, which cel­e­brat­ed its 30th birth­day this year and is one of the most active Ger­man anten­nae.
What was for you the out­stand­ing Euro­pean project, work­ing group or inter­est group in 2017?
Unfor­tu­nate­ly, I can­not always keep track of the many cool projects that are and were orga­nized, but I am sure dur­ing 2017 there were a lot worth being called out­stand­ing. In my small­er AEGEE bub­ble, I notice that the Equal Rights Work­ing Group is doing extra­or­di­nary work and so are the inter­est groups con­nect­ed with the sub­ject, such as LGBT+ IG, GEIG and MIGR. Despite many peo­ple doubt­ing, I dare say AEGEE is ready for this focus area and I am hap­py there are so many AEGEEans com­mit­ted to fight for equal rights.
What do you fore­see as high­light or the big top­ic in AEGEE in 2018?
I am not very good at mak­ing prophe­cies, but I think Autumn Ago­ra Istan­bul is going to be inter­est­ing for diplo­mat­ic and polit­i­cal rea­sons. Apart from that, many AEGEE inter­nal dis­cus­sions will be anal­o­gous to big top­ics that become or remain essen­tial for the EU in 2018, such as Brex­it, East­ern Part­ner­ship, refugees, struc­tur­al reforms and legit­imiz­ing democ­ra­cy.
What are your per­son­al AEGEE plans for 2018?
I want to fig­ure out whether it makes sense to found an AEGEE con­tact in a French over­seas depart­ment and depend­ing on that found one or not in 2019.
How and where will you spend New Year’s night?
Home with my old­est friends — who would kill me if I now also spent New Year’s with AEGEE

 

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