Here you get news from Young Europe, calls for applications for our programmes and awards as well as other current news from the Foundation.

  • Munira Mohamud is Young European of the Year 2024

    The Schwarzkopf Foundation Young Europe awards Munira Mohamud as Young European of 2024. Munira Mohamud, 23, from Austria is an activist and artist who completed her degree in political science and is currently studying sinology. Her academic, artistic, and activist practice addresses racism and social injustices, identity, international relations, and community building from an intersectional perspective. In the last years, she has been active in numerous initiatives and educational projects both in Austria and on European level. With the award, she receives 5000 Euro that can be used for an own project.

  • Report on the Narrative Change Academy 2023-24 published

    In this report, the Young Islam Conference summarizes the concept and structure of its Narrative Change Academy, presents important findings from the campaign work and examines the effectiveness of the newly developed narratives on Muslims in Europe.

  • Call for Applications: Become a Young Europe Ambassador!

    We are looking for influencers & content creators interested in political topics, digital education, democracy, and social participation to become “Young Europe Ambassadors.” The Ambassadors will support us in reaching out to young people throughout Europe with informative, discrimination-critical and engaging content.

  • We are looking for the Young European of the Year 2024

    Can you think of somebody who is dedicated to fight for a more pluralistic, and solidary European society? Someone who stands up for justice and anti-discrimination? Then nominate this young person as the Young European of the Year 2024! The deadline for nominations is April 14.

  • Reviewing 2023

    In our latest newsletter, we look back at the year 2023 and reflect on all the successes and activities in our networks and projects – but also on the many crises and challenges that, like many others, have kept us busy this year.