Alongside our ambition to advance closer collaboration with national and regional youth media organisations, the European Youth Press is keen to work with other European institutions. Cooperation between EYP and European schools, media associations, and other organisations, which support young peoples’ media knowledge benefits all associations involved. Our main partners are the following:
ThinkYoung is the first think tank that focuses on young people. It was founded in 2007 and has expanded to have offices in Brussels, Geneva, Madrid and…
EXPOLINGUA Berlin in the must-attend annual event for anyone with an interest in learning and teaching foreign languages, international travel and global cultures.
Available in more than 160 countries and their respective languages, Kontax allows corporate and institutional customers in every country to publish an unlimited number of multimedia press releases in the language of their choice, and to obtain professional translations of their press releases in any other language.
Hostwriter is a non-profit network connecting journalists around the world. The hostwriter network helps to make contacts in areas and organisations you have no current links to.
Mapping Media Freedom identifies threats, violations and limitations faced by members of the press throughout European Union member states, candidates for entry and neighbouring countries.
Linke Medienakademie (LiMA) is an independent non-profit association for educational activities. They provide training workshops, seminars and lectures on media competence, journalistic skills and projects, as well as press and public relations.
Debating Europe is a successful innovative online platform launched by Friends of Europe and Europe’s World, in partnership with the European Parliament, Microsoft Europe, and Gallup.
In November 1999, young people involved in media projects, media professionals and child rights experts gathered in Oslo to discuss the role the media can play in the development of children’s rights throughout the world.
PLOTKI is a project from around the old Warsaw Bloc. PLOTKI spreads rumours. PLOTKI investigates our cultural sphere.
The Colloquium gathers 100 editors of the most important print media of EU member states are given the opportunity to engage in direct discussions with prominent players in European politics, culture, science, business and commerce in Potsdam (Germany).
Indigo is the first European lifestyle magazine to be published in nine languages. More than 150 young journalists, from all over Europe, produce the magazine on a voluntary basis.
The students of different european journalism academies are connected in the Forum of European Journalism Students.
The European Youth Portal is an initiative of the European Commission. Its aim is to give quick and easy access to youth relevant information on Europe to as many young people as possible.
The European Youth Forum is an international organisation established by national youth councils and international non-governmental youth organisations. The purpose of the YFJ is to represent the interests…
The European Federation of Journalists (EFJ) was created within the framework of the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ). The EFJ represents the interests of journalists’ unions….