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M100 Workshop

M100 Young European Journalist Workshop is part of the annual international media conference M100 Sanssouci Colloquium. It offers young journalists the opportunity to participate in workshops focusing on the theme « Journalistic impartiality in times of war – Dealing with Fake News and Disinformation » between 5th-15th September 2022.
Part of the workshop will also focus on « mental health in journalism ».


Who can apply
Young journalists, bloggers or scholars, between 20 and 30 years old from Europe, the countries of the Eastern Partnership Countries (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine).


How to apply
Applicants should submit a text in English (max 6.000 characters including spaces ) to one of the two following subjects:
● What are your experiences with fake news and disinformation in your daily work? How important is it in your editorial/journalistic work? Have you already had your own concrete experiences with fake news? If yes, which ones? What are the main causes of fake news and disinformation in your opinion and how could they be combated?

● Mental health has become more important in the last two, three years. How important is the topic for you personally? In your professional environment? What experiences have you had with it as a journalist? Should more attention be paid to the topic? If yes, why, if no, why not?

Applicants should also include their CV, as well as a short motivational statement, stating their reasons for applying for a particular workshop and send it in one PDF (not larger than 2 MB).
Only applications in English can be considered.
Applications must be sent to:
Participation is free. The workshop will be held in English.


M100 will cover the travel and accommodation expenses as well as meals on the day and help with the VISA facilitation.

Deadline to apply 3 Juy 2022, 00:00 am.


The M100YEJ is an initiative of Potsdam Media International e.V. and is funded by the Friedrich Naumann Foundation and the National Endowment for Democracy. Cooperation partners include European Youth Press, Europa United, Orange Magazine, and Institute for Media and Communications Policy.


Read more here.