AGORA comes from the Greek word “αγορά” and stands for a marketplace. However the word originates from an ancient Greek verb “αγeipw” which means “to assembly”. In ancient Greek cities, an AGORA was an open space serving as an assembly area and backdrop for commercial, civic, social, and religious activities. This is one of the most important events in AEGEE. Apart from being the venue where the chief officiers of the association are elected, it is also life-changing experiences, with around 800 young Europeans gathering in one place to build the future together.


There are three statutory meetings per year:

  • the European Boards’ Meeting (EBM), in early spring.
  • two Agorae: a Spring Agoraand an Autumn Agora.

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