Mission to the UK referendum – Final Report

Low youth turnout to EU referendum reflects ‘perceived distance between politicians and young people’  AEGEE Election Observation provides a youth perspective on electoral processes in Europe. We do this by deploying young people on observation missions to specifically assess youth engagement. Between 19th and 25th June, AEGEE Election Observation deployed 27 international observers to 179 UK polling stations to assess… Read more →


Call for Mission Coordinators – Mission to the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia

AEGEE Election Observation is looking for three young people to lead our upcoming Election Observation Mission to the parliamentary elections in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. Our Mission will be deployed from December 7 to 13 (six nights), with Election Day being 11 December. The Mission Coordinators (MCs) are required to arrive at least one day earlier (i.e. December… Read more →


Invaluable contribution made by young people to Bosnian local elections

Sarajevo, 3 October 2016 From 28 September to 4 October, AEGEE Election Observation deployed 28 young Europeans from 15 different nationalities in Bosnia and Herzegovina to assess youth engagement in the local elections of 2 October. Observers were deployed to 101 polling stations in Sarajevo, Tuzla, Srebrenik, Banja Luka and Zenica where citizens voted for mayoral and municipal council positions.… Read more →


Mission to Romania – Call for Local Coordinators

Mission Programme The Romanian legislative elections are scheduled for 11th December 2016. To support the deployment of the AEGEE Election Observation Mission in the country, applicants residing in Romania who are familiar with the country or one of its regions, and are interested in the topics of youth participation and election observation, are invited to join the mission as Local… Read more →