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E&M is an award-winning, non-profit online magazine at the forefront of independent European media.
A pan-European dimension is key to everything we do, from the composition of E&M team, to the way we function as a community of over 1500 contributors, volunteers and artists, dispersed across the continent, and indeed the world.
Publishing a new issue every three months and regularly posting on our blog 'Sixth Sense', E&M strives to pinpoint the unique aspects of what it means and feels to be alive and kicking in the dynamic political, social and cultural context of 21st century Europe. Keeping a sharp eye on the everyday quirks, we also try not to miss the bigger picture, drawing parallels and connecting the dots, which allows us to focus on issues that transgress borders.
Our motto is to “make Europe personal”, because Europe is often only identified with politics and bureaucracy. The magazine was founded in September 2007 and first published in July 2008, and since then we’ve been writing about every possible “Europe” – the Europe of young masters students, the Europe of Chernobyl survivors, the Europe of the European Commission, the Europe of immigrants and the Europe of expats.
Arts, Media, Politics, Publishing
You have a story to tell? An article to write? An interview to conduct? Come write with and for us. In light of the challenges faced by Europe today, we feel E&M’s approach is more relevant than ever. Together, we can make Europe personal.
We are: A pan-European online magazine, looking for someone to join our editorial team to contribute to writing articles, recruiting and supervising contributors, forging partnerships with other organisations, and running the magazine.
You are: Between 18 to 35 years old, proficient in English (C1), reliable and creative.
Interested? Simply send us a short motivation statement, your CV, work samples (non-academic writing), and 200 words on a topic that you think deserves more attention.
Important: Europe&Me is a non-profit magazine and all editors are appointed on a voluntary, non-remunerated basis. However, training for all new editors will be provided and travel expenses for editorial meetings are reimbursed.
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