Awards & Travel grants

The Schwarzkopf Foundation awards three awards every year: the Young European of the Year award, the Schwarzkopf Europe Award as well as the Margot Friedländer Award. In addition, the foundation issues ca. 80 travel grants for young people to explore Europe and research topics related to European identity and European integration.

The “Schwarzkopf Europe Award” is awarded to institutions or public figures who have distinguished themselves in an outstanding way by a committed and dedicated service to either European understanding or the growing together of Europe. Find out more!

The Margot Friedländer Award calls on young people to deal with the Shoah, remembrance work and human engagement against exclusion, anti-Semitism and racism in the present. Find out more!

The Schwarzkopf Foundation Young Europe believes that European diversity can best be understood by experiencing it. Our travel grants seek to enable young Europeans to explore and discover their continent, while tackling current political or social questions. By travelling, grantees becomes ambassadors for a united Europe. Find out more!

The award for the “Young European of the Year” is given to young Europeans aged between 18 and 26 years who have distinguished themselves in an exemplary manner concerning their honorary commitment and dedication in the support of international understanding and/or the integration of Europe. Find out more!

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