Workshop: Global Ideas Against Racism

Are you interested in anti-racism?

Would you like to develop new ideas for combating racism?

If yes, join our up-coming digital workshop.

Within the framework of the project “Global Ideas Against Racism” a two-hour introductory workshop will take place on Saturday, 21st November 2020.


EPRIE Memory Card Game

The EPF project JKPGT invited EPRIE alumni friends to send us their best EPRIE memories and we are delighted to share you the results here.

From year 2012 to year 2019
From Seoul South Korea to Berlin Germany

This EPRIE memory card game contains diverse EPRIE moments and the back side card image consists of EPRIE alumni’s voices describing EPRIE in one word.
We hope this EPRIE memory game will be used as a souvenir, continuous play equipment to activate more meetings and cooperation work in the future.

Once again, we are grateful for all EPRIE friends reminding us of our global friendship.

JKPGT (Hanna SUH, Ewa MOTYLIńSKA, Manako MORITA, Youngwon DO)

Special thanks to

Agnieszka BATKO, Albert DENK, Andrzej BOBER, Ao FENG, Bojan STOJKOVSKI, Hikaru MATSUMOTO, Jotaro KATO, Julia TRZCIńSKA, Juliane Böhm, Miyuki TAMURA, Nadeschda BACHEM, Peng YANG, Perchuhi GHASABYAN, Selma POLOVINA, Siyuan LI, Vicky TRUONG, Yann Werner PRELL, Yasuko (Jasmine) SHIOKAWA, Zijie ZHANG


  1. Mix up the cards. Lay them in rows, picture face down.
  2. Turn over any 2 cards. If they match, keep them and play again.
  3. If they don’t match, turn them back over. It’s now the next players turn.
  4. Remember what was on the card and where it was.
  5. The player with the most cards wins.

Memory Card Game Production Process

Call for Contributions: EPRIE Journal 2019

The editors of the EPRIE Journal 2019 are looking for contributions for the EPRIE Journal 2019. Like in the previous years, we want participants, alumni, speakers and guests to contribute to our journal. The topics for our journal are mostly related to the topics of EPRIE itself, including historical and political reconciliation, migration and integration, populism and journalism, as well as reports on your own experiences regarding EPRIE. For inspiration you can have a look at our former journals.


#387 – Film Screenings in Wroclaw, Berlin, London

EPRIE alumni are organizing film screenings of #387, a project out of the open space at EPRIE 2019. Cécile Debarge, co-author and EPRIE 2019 alumni, will be present for discussion. The screenings take place on the following days: 


Call for participants: JKPGT – Just Keep Play Great Together!

Call for participants for 2 day workshop in Otsu, Japan in March 13-14, 2020
“JKPGT – Just Keep Play Great Together! “

The project aims to improve the relationship between Korea and Japan by promoting dialogue between the two countries. The two days workshop with Joseon Gakko (朝鮮学校/조선학교, Korean school in Japan) will take place in Otsu, Japan (March 13-14, 2020).

Participants will create a new Japan-Korea history board game “Our encounter ~How we met in the past, Why do we meet today? and How we will meet in the future~?” , which will remind us of encounters between Japan and Korean peninsula in the past and today and help us think the possible future of the region. The workshop will be held in Japanese. Accommodation in shared rooms and meals will be provided.

Please send us your application via email until 31.Jan.2020 ( You can download the poster with more information and the application form here:


EPRIE Journal 2018: Media in Times of Populism and Post-Truth Politics

The alumni of the EPRIE program published the new EPRIE Journal 2018 on ‘Media in Times of Populism and Post-Truth Politics’.

Participants of EPRIE 2018 have contributed thought-provoking articles to elaborate on the relationship between journalism, social media, populism and post-truth politics. The EPRIE Journal also covers previous of topics EPRIE as well as the activities and research of the alumni.

You can download the new EPRIE Journal for Regional Integration in East Asia and Europe 2018 on our website for publications here:

Trust Me!dia Workshop

 “Trust Me!dia” engages with current challenges of building and maintaining trust within the global media landscape. The project encompassing workshops and podcasts was initiated in connection with the 2018 EPRIE (Exchange Program for Regional Integration in East Asia and Europe) and is funded by the EPRIE Project Fund with support of the Robert Bosch Stiftung.

You are cordially invited to join the workshop on current challenges of the global media landscape organized by EPRIE Alumni. On April 13th (Sat) we will discuss social media and its increasing impact on journalistic and political dynamics as well as the proliferation of populism and fake news within our public discourse at the International Alumni Center in Berlin.

Saturday, 13 April 2019, 11.00am – 6.00pm
@International Alumni Center Berlin,  Linienstraße 65a, 10119 Berlin, Germany


Street Dance Workshop to Promote a Creative Space of Acceptance

Ready to dance? Alumni of the EPRIE Program organize an empowerment workshop through waacking! Beginner session, free of charge. Open to everyone, including non-dancers. Empowerment workshop aiming to create a safe space of creative expression for racial as well as LGBTQ+ minorities and their allies. Wear comfortable clothes and shoes. Heels are optional. (more…)

Apply now for EPRIE 2019!

EPRIE aims to share and exchange perspectives and experiences between East Asia and Europe. In 2018, we examined the challenges posed to the media sector by populism and post-truth politics. This year, together with media practitioners, actors from civil society, scholars and politicians, we will focus on social media as a tool for social change.

The program will take place in East Asia (Japan and South Korea) from June 26 to July 7, 2019. Application deadline will be on Sunday, March 24, 2019. For further information, please have a look at the program for EPRIE 2019: