Go Think Initiative
Exploring the Face and Impact of The Future of Media
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About

Exploring the face and impact of

THE FUTURE OF MEDIA

Mission Statement

Our objective is to inspire a movement across Europe that encourages individuals to focus on the future of media. We aim to work with others in creating a truly comprehensive picture of the new media landscape, and the social and political implications brought with this landscape.

The world is more globalized than ever and an understanding of foreign affairs and cultures is essential for a peaceful and open-minded correlation of people and mobility. An in-depth exploration into new communication and media technologies can help us predict the ever-growing power social media enacts in every day life, and more importantly, how it will continue to change the way we interact with one another. 

Go Think Initiative focuses on creating a consortium of like-minded organizations across Europe dedicated to the understanding of the changing media landscape. We want to make this exploration into the media landscape a top-priority topic in international workshops and symposiums, as well as making it an item on the agendas of policy makers and ministries of education.


Educational projects like Go Think Initiative are important for the promotion of European values, the development of intercultural communication and youth engagement, so as to prepare people to be active citizens and to be better equipped against misapprehension. I commend Odessa Primus’ leadership in taking this important initiative forward.
— Stefano Manservisi, Director-General for International Cooperation and Development, European Commission


Our Newest Project- V4 Think Media

In February, Go Think Initiative officially launched the V4 Think Media project, with our first forum in Prague! Our next forum will be hosted in Bratislava at the end of April, followed by our Warsaw Forum in May.

V4 Think Media is supported by the Black Sea Trust of the German Marshall Fund. Learn more about the project here and subscribe to our newsletter for more updates. 


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