COVID-19: Current Safety Information

In the light of the COVID-19 outbreak, we advise to ensure you're aware of the latest information available on the WHO website and through your national and local public health authority before making travel plans with AIESEC. We recommend only making plans after ensuring that both your home and destination countries are safe and open for travel.

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COVID-19 Update

It has been months since the first case of COVID-19 was brought to the world’s attention in Wuhan, China. Because of this, countries ground to a halt to protect it’s citizens, with some governments handling it better than others. As of 4 June, there are 188 countries and territories and 26 cruise ships affected by […]

What are AIESEC Leadership Development Qualities

Throughout our AIESEC journey we face many obstacles and challenges. At first, they seem scary and overwhelming, but after overcoming these we feel more empowered, capable and motivated to face more. In this article we’re going to talk about AIESEC’s leadership development qualities and how they are important in and out of our AIESEC journey. […]

How to Stay Positive

Staying at home during this crisis can be challenging for all of us, but as humans we have the instinct to adapt to different circumstances, so in this article we will go through certain tips and ways on how to stay positive and keep our mental health stable. The situation we’re facing is unprecedented and […]

COVID-19: Unintended Consequences

COVID-19: Unintended Consequences Since the outbreak of the new virus COVID-19, the world has been in distress; with most of the world’s countries racing to contain the declared pandemic by advising people to “self-isolate”. This has caused serious changes in the world on many different levels. Some of these changes are negative and some are […]

What is Covid-19?

What is Covid-19 COVID-19 or what is commonly known as the Novel Coronavirus (nCoV) is a new strain that belongs to the large family of coronaviruses (COV), they cause various illnesses starting with the common cold to more dangerous and severe ones, like the Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS-CoV) and severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS-CoV). […]