Orange Magazine will cover the M100 Young European Journalists Workshop and the M100 Sanssouci Colloquium, which will take place on 10-18 September 2018 in Berlin and in Potsdam, Germany.
Through a fruitful exchange between 25 selected young journalists from all over Europe, the countries of the Eastern Partnership (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova & Ukraine) and Russia. M100 gives an intensive training course on “Journalism & Political Education in the Social Web” from 10 to 19 September 2018 in Potsdam and Berlin. It will be an once-in-a-lifetime chance to gain new experience of journalism in completely different political systems and societies and gives a new view and an understanding of democracy, journalism ethics and media freedom.
The M100 Young European Journalism workshop (M100YEJ) has been initiated in 2005 to promote the ethical standards in journalism. Longtime supporter is the organization European Youth Press. The successful collaboration between European Youth Press and The M100 Young European Journalists is now 11th year and is building the base for quality journalism and sparking conversations about the modern journalism among young media professionals. Both organizations share the same values of educating young journalists about media ethics, work environment and modern challenges journalists face within the profession.
The EYP is a network of youth media organizations in Europe. With 27 member organizations and several Committees, the EYP reaches more than 60,000 young journalists across Europe, forming a solid volunteer and professional infrastructure. It is a democratic, non-profit institution, founded and controlled by young media makers, all between 20 and 30 years of age.
Orangelog, the former platform of the European Youth Press, was initiated as a project emerging from the M100 YEJ workshop and laid the foundation to the Orange Magazine, the English-language event-based online magazine of EYP that brings together an international team of young journalists from Europe and beyond.