Concerns Of A Journalist – Why does European Press Agency plan to give a permanent “platform” to NGOs, foundations and charitable or public utility associations?

Why does European Press Agency plan to give a permanent “platform” to NGOs, foundations and charitable or public utility associations?
European Press Agency is a news agency that voluntarily decides to give 70% of its turnover to World Press Centerers instead of just paying them a fixed freelance regardless of the number of media that buy the rights. As such, we position European Press Agency as a news agency that breaks the established norms and we are proud of this.

Beyond that, the founders of the agency are also concerned with the inclusion of people with disabilities, the statutes of the agency stipulate, in this sense, to quickly become a company adapted to integrate 80% of people with this “profile” in its salaried teams.

A special space will be dedicated to public and private institutions working in the fields of ecology, climate, sustainable development, health and biodiversity preservation. They will thus be in direct and permanent contact with World Press Center journalists from all over the world.