In the name of the members of the association des Amis de Franck Biancheri, and on my behalf, our heartiest congratulations to one of the oldest friends of Franck Biancheri, for the nomination as Officer of the Order of ...Read More »
April 2010, Marianne Ranke-Cormier made a series of interviews of some of the main actors involved in the organisation of EGEE1 and so to revist this very first fantastic week and to reconnect with them. We republish these interviews during ...Read More »
AEGEE 35th anniversary! Philippe Micaelli: EGEE 1, “From a project for a students mega-rave in Paris to AEGEE-Europe”
16th April 1985: 1st day at the EGEE1 congress: a week during which more than 300 European students met female and male politicians at seminars and receptions, partied in Paris and without knowing it became the founders of one of ...Read More »
From the birth of an association to its first congress, especially one comparable in size to EGEE 1, there is often a fairly long time that elapses. EGEE breaks with this “natural law”. Its first congress will coincide with its ...Read More »
Happy birthday AEGEE! April 1985 – April 2020: 35 years of the Etats Généraux des Etudiants de l’Europe.
Under the aegis of Franck Biancheri, the first “Etats généraux des étudiants de l’Europe”, EGEE I, was held in Paris from 16 to 22 April 1985, 35 years ago! A founding event for one of the most important trans-European interdisciplinary ...Read More »
As it seems we start already now to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Erasmus (adopted June 1987) we take this opportunity to talk about how Franck Biancheri and the AEGEE students launched the ERASMUS programme in 1987(1). A text written ...Read More »