On October 19, the Estonian Government endorsed the European Commission's initiative to revamp the pharmaceutical regulation in the EU. This modernisation seeks to catalyse innovation in areas of unmet needs like the development of drugs for rare diseases, children, and antimicrobials. The new…Read more
From Tuesday to Friday, 19th to 22nd September, an international simulation exercise titled “Building Better Before” is set to bring crisis sector specialists from 35 countries worldwide to Estonia. The training focuses on providing mental health and psychosocial support in crisis situations. A…Read more
On September 10th, Suicide Prevention Day, the Estonian Young Journalists Association (ENAS) and the Estonian Ministry of Social Affairs (SOM) awarded the Papageno Media Award for the first time. The main prize was awarded to Gunnar Leheste's story „A call to mother saved the life of tennis player…Read more
Words and stories have power. The right word at the right moment can give a lot of hope, ease sadness and show that none of us are alone. That is why SOM and ENAS believe that the press has a very important role in helping to save human life through the Papageno effect.
Apply for the Papageno Award and live life through journalism!
All Estonian journalists are invited to submit works covering suicide topics that have been published in 2022 and influenced people through the Papageno effect.