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The video of this year's #M100SC is online!

24 September, 2017. This is the video of this year’s #M100SC! On September 14, almost 80 leading media- and opinion makers, politicians and science representatives from across Europe and the USA have discussed on how political, social and economic developments affect prospects for a free, democratic Europe, offered solutions and brought new approaches to the debate. The M100 Media Award was presented to the founder and CEO of Doshd TV, Natalia Sindeeva.
Walter J. Lindner, State Secretary in the Federal Foreign Office, substituted the deseased Federal Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel. BILD Editor-in-Chief Tanit Koch offered a moving laudation.
The conference was supported by the State Capitalof Potsdam, Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg, Federal Foreign Office and the National Endowment for Democracy. Sponsors have been oz capital, medienlabor and Facebook. Cooperation partners are Polis 180, Reporter ohne Grenzen, Sourcefabrik, Stiftung Preußische Schlösser und Gärten Berlin-Brandenburg as well as VDZ. A big thanks to HeyFilm for the creation of the film.

Get insights into the achievements of our 15 journalists of the #M100YEJ

Potsdam, September 21, 2017. During seven days of intensive workshop training of the M100 Young European Journalists Workshop our young journalists from Eastern Partnership Countries and Russia learned a lot on how to finance their own media projects, presented their projects to potential funders and did a 2-day internship in German media outlets. Here you get more insights into their achievements! The video is created by HeyFilm.

Can Dündar: Democratic Turks and Germans should fight together for their values

Potsdam, September 14, 2017. In the opening speech of this year’s M100 Sanssouci Colloquium about “Democracy or  Despotie? The Renaissance of dark Powers”, Turkish journalist Can Dündar accuses the Western societies a lack of fidelity in there own policy values. The “Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung” has published the speech in full length. Please find the entire speech here.

Visual summary of the M100 Sanssouci Colloquium 2017