The German Marshall Fund is currently accepting entries for the 2nd 'Brussels Forum Young Writers Award' for outstanding and original writing on the future of the transatlantic relationship. The prize is open to all North-American and European students and young professionals under the age of 30. The competition is an opportunity to demonstrate innovative thinking on issues that shape tomorrow's transatlantic agenda.
The Award will be presented to a team consisting of one North-American and one European that have co-written a single paper addressing a topic relevant to the transatlantic relationship. The winning pair will be invited to present their work at Brussels Forum 2012, GMF's annual flagship event for high-level leaders in the field of politics, business and ideas. All travel and accommodation cost will be covered. The German Marshall Fund will also publish the successful entry. In addition, each writer will receive a 2,500 EURO money prize.
All information on the Award and how to participate can be found on http://brussels.gmfus.org/?p=2211