EU Awareness Action Day

AEGEE-Yerevan together with International Politics Working Group of AEGEE-Europe organized an event- EU Awareness Action Day which was held on 19 February 2011. The workshop was dedicated to the “Overview of EU Institutions and Opportunities Given by the EU to non-EU Member States”. This type of workshop will also be organized in four other cities which are Skopje, Novi Sad, Kiev and Moscow.

50 selected participants and 30 AEGEE members took part in this event.During the workshop the speakers presented the history and development of the EU institutions, functions and activities of the main institutions, as well as cultural, economical and educational opportunities given by the EU to non-EU member states and Eastern Partnership program. During the event the presentation of the book “Hello Europe” was held and the book was ditributed to the participants.

At the end of the workshop participants were devided into 4 groups and discussions were made about the advantages and disadvantages of EU Integration.

AEGEE-Yerevan would like to thank all the participants for their active contribution.

We would also like to thank EU Delegation in Armenia for the technical support.



About Shushan Khachatryan

Shushan Khachatryan, MBA candidate at the Hague University of Applied Sciences. Founder of AEGEE-Yerevan back in 2010, member of AEGEE Eastern Partnership Project. Enthusiastic about Eastern Partnership Programme and contributes to the programme by encouraging youth initiatives. Dream is to see peaceful Caucasus in the very nearest future.

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