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From 18 to 20 September 2019 the partnership between the European Commission and the Council of Europe in the field of youth organised a Symposium on political participation of young people. 

Orange Magazin covers the Youth Global Forum 2019 in Amsterdam. Set in the innovative city of Amsterdam, Netherlands, the 5th edition of the Youth Global Forum is composed not only to equip young business people with the necessary tools to thrive in the realms of impact investment but also to foster leadership, human values and a strong sense of social responsibility.

The second World Access to Higher Education Day (WAHED) organized by the National Education Opportunities Network (NEON) took place on 26 November 2019 in Edinburgh, Scotland. WAHED is a platform to raise global awareness around inequalities in access and success in higher education and was hosted by the University of Edinburgh.

The first YouthMundus Festival took place at the Ex Caserma Guido Reni in Rome from the 14th-17th of November 2019. Four days and a program full of panels, music and film presentations – all concerning topics that are directly affecting today’s global youth. A festival established because of the urgency to raise awareness about social, political and environmental issues, which impact us every single day.

The European Youth Press (EYP) is celebrating 15 years of successful work for fair and independent journalism that promotes democracy, peace and human rights. The EYP aims to inspire young people to involve themselves in media, take an active part in civil society and develop an inclusive and democratic public sphere in Europe.

The European Journalism Institute (EJI) offers an opportunity for outstanding mid-career journalists and journalism students to learn about journalism and public policy issues with hands-on experience in Prague, Czech Republic. EJI provides a rigorous academic experience, 

The annual Deutsche Welle Global Media Forum takes place in Bonn. This year’s topic is “Shifting Powers”. The Orange Magazine team covers the lively debates, interactive workshops and interviews with key experts at the event. Get a unique insight into the conference following our coverage.

he 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are a universalcall for action intending to leave no one behind and shape a better future for all. Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) play a key role in achieving the SDGs, not only with regard to university governance but also with regard to having a societal impact and within the field of internationalization. 

The 21st Thessaloniki Documentary Festival was held from 1-10 March. Among other topics, the focus was on women’s rights. Orange Magazine covered the festival and suggests three films that worth to be seen.

Orange Magazin covers the Youth Global Forum 2018 in Paris. Set in the cosmopolitan city of Paris, France, the Youth Global Forum is composed not only to equip young business people with the necessary tools to thrive in the realms of impact investment but also to foster leadership, human values and a strong sense of social responsibility. 

At first glance, you might think that the subject of the centenarian anniversary of the end of the Great War is somewhat straight forward. Some people came together in Berlin to talk about history and the many stories around the war – nothing more and nothing less.

Orange Magazine covered the M100 Young European Journalists Workshop and M100 anssouci Colloquium, which took place on 10-18 September 2018 in Potsdam and in Berlin, Germany.

Defining the partnership priorities for the next year, the OGP Summit will present more than 300 panels, workshops, pitches etc on transparency and anti-corruption, climate action and sustainable development, digital commons and civic tech, access to information, open parliament, open government at the subnational level, francophonie, implementation of open government etc.

Orange Magazine will cover the Deutsche Welle Global Media Forum 2018, which takes place on June 11-13 in Bonn. It brings together decision-makers and influencers from the worlds of journalism, digital media, politics, business, and civil society. The conference’s focus is Global Inequalities – the challenge of the modern world. How can new media technology provide equal access to knowledge and help to reveal all-too-visible, hidden, and insidious inequalities around us?

Orange Magazine will cover Media Convention Berlin #mcb18, which takes place on 2-4 May 2018 at STATION-Berlin. As one of Europe’s leading media congresses, the MCB raises critical questions, sets impulses and promotes lively discussion. “Almost human – how technologies and humans adapt” will be the main theme for 2018.

DIS 2018 gives an good chance to gain new experience of innovative solutions for media industries.

The small and medium-sized enterprises or SME Assembly is the annual highlight for policy makers in the EU. In 2017 the event will be held in Tallinn during the Estonian Presidency of the Council of the EU.

Nantes Creative Generations Forum gathers around 30 innovative projects from across Europe and city of Nantes, France, which are created and carried out by young people. The forum is a place to exchange and share the projects and find partners for cooperation. During three days, youth gets a chance to present their initiatives, focused on sustainable development, society, media, and other issues, meet local partners, and generate ideas for local and international collaboration. This year is the ninth edition of the forum.

Orange Magazine will cover the M100 Young European Journalists Workshop, which will take place on 8-14 September 2017 in Potsdam, Germany.

The 2017 edition of the Deutsche Welle Global Media Forum covers the theme “Identity and Diversity”. The conference takes place in Bonn between June 19-21st.

MediaBarCamp is a free space for activists and media makers from across Europe to share their experiences and learn new tools for local activism.

The Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Integration Congress is an international conference on political and cultural shifts in the EU due to refugees’ arrival. It takes place in Berlin, on March 6-7, and gathers German- and English-speaking Orange team.

he 7th Model ASEM is a 3-day youth conference and political simulation of the actual Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) Summit. It is a platform for political debate and negotiation where over 150 participants from the 51 Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) countries have the possibility to experience Asia-Europe diplomacy through role-play exercises, practical trainings as well as meetings with the ASEM Leaders of today.