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Who are we?

The Erasmus Student Network (ESN) is one of the largest student associations in Europe. It was born on 16th October 1989, to support and develop student exchange. We are present at more than a thousand Higher Education Institutions across more than 40 countries.

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Yearly, more than 50,000 participants of the Erasmus+ programme and other mobility programmes make their journey to Spain to spend their exchange in the country. Many of these participants, particularly students and interns, join the many activities and events Erasmus Student Network (ESN) Spain and its local organisations have to offer. ESN Spain has more than 1,000 volunteers in more than 35 cities across Spain and advocates every day for the internationalisation of Higher Education in Spain, supports and develops cultural exchange and offers guidance to all the incoming- and outgoing mobility programmes participants.

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About EGM Seville 2024

Seville, the city of Flamenco

Sun shines, great tapas, orange trees and outstanding architecture. That is Seville, the capital of Andalusia and the fourth biggest metropolis of Spain. In this colourful city, the third edition of the Erasmus Generation Meeting will take place.

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Theme of the edition

The theme of EGM 2024 is Removing barriers for active and equal participation. The two pillars of the event are inclusive international opportunities for all students and young people and participation in democratic life in light of the European Parliament elections 2024. Besides the theme and the pillars, the event will focus on equal opportunities, the fight against discrimination and active citizenship. Through these priorities, participants will look for solutions, share best practices and advocate for those with fewer opportunities, such as people with disabilities, the LGBTQI+ community, people suffering from racism, those from rural areas and the many other minority groups who have barriers to overcome.

Apart from sessions, the event has several distinct activities