Why is it important to observe youth participation in the European Parliament elections 2019?

The European Parliament elections in 2019 are crucial for Europe. The next European Parliament will have a crucial role in addressing topics identified by young people as the most serious ones affecting the world such as climate change, large scale conflicts/wars, and inequality. However, the turnout for the European Elections is in general low. In […]

Citizens vs trolls: securing free and fair elections

Noemi Arcidiacono, supervisor of the election observation mission to the European Parliament elections of AEGEE Election Observation was invited to talk at the European Parliament on 30 April in occasion of the panel organised by the Directorate-General for Justice and Consumers (DG Justice) of the European Commission. The panel titled “citizens vs trolls: securing free […]

Call for Local Coordinators – AEGEE Election Observation Mission to the European Parliament Elections (23-26 May 2019)

AEGEE Election Observation invites young people (aged between 18 and 35 years old), from all over Europe to apply as Local Coordinators for our upcoming Election Observation Mission to the European Parliament elections. The elections will take place on different days in different EU member states between 23 and 26 May 2019. To support the […]