Media centre

    Visit our media centre for the latest news about the countries where Mission 21 operates, and about our programmes and project work. The professional staff who work for us on the ground are thoroughly familiar with the countries where they serve, so they can supply credible information. You'll find media documentation that you can download, and information on who to contact for media enquiries.


    We will supply you with information about our work, we will assist you with research and requests for visuals, and we will arrange interviews for you with specialists and international co-workers who are currently on assignments. We will be delighted to add you to our media distribution list – simply send us a brief message.


    Christoph Rácz

    Team Leader Public Relations and Media Officer
    Tel.: +41 61 260 22 49
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    Latest media releases

    Media release dated 1 September 2020

    Official award for our Indonesian partner organization

    Jakatarub, an interfaith youth network in West Java, and its long-time coordinator Wawan Gunawan, were honored by the Indonesian state for their commitment to peace and democracy at a national award ceremony together with other organizations and individuals. The award to Jakatarub is an important sign of the state's desire to strengthen peaceful coexistence across religious boundaries, inter-religious understanding and religious freedom.

    ► Media release as PDF (German)

    Media release dated 10 December 2019

    Mission 21 takes over tasks and assets of the Martin Stucki Foundation Cameroon Obang

    Children and young people in the English-speaking region of Cameroon have been receiving educational support and personal assistance from the Martin Stucki Foundation for many years. The future of this valuable project work is now secured. Mission 21 and the Foundation Board of the Martin Stucki Foundation have agreed on a takeover of previous activities by Mission 21. The trigger for the transfer was also the civil war-like conflict in the English-speaking part of Cameroon.

    ► Media release as PDF (German)

    ► Our projects in Cameroon

    Media release dated 31 October  2019

    The new man - Beyond macho and softie

    How has the role of men in today's society changed? And what do spirituality and religion contribute to new constructions of masculinity? Answers to these questions are given by two men who have long been concerned with male understanding of roles and gender issues: Urs Baur, a.k.a. Black Tiger, hip-hop artist and psychologist, and Angel Román, theologian in Costa Rica and expert on masculinities.

    ► Media release as PDF (German)