General press requests
Are you looking to interview a MIND Board or Staff member for an article, radio or TV show, podcast etc.? Fill out our press form and tell us about the topic you are doing research on. We will contact you with a proposal for someone to speak with.
We want to provide the best evidence-based knowledge about psychedelic research, therapy and harm reduction to journalists and the public – and we are looking forward to talking to you.
Accreditation policy for conferences and academy events
If you want to receive a press ticket for participating and reporting about a public talk or workshop in our Academy, please register with our press form, so that we know who we are talking to. Please read our Accreditation Policy first and fill out thepress form. Accreditation can be granted to individuals from all countries, who are able to prove their journalistic profession by one or more of the following criteria:
- A valid press card of a domestic or foreign journalists’ association.
- by presenting an imprint in which they are named as editors, permanent editorial staff or authors. This imprint must not be older than three months at the time of the event,
- A web link to an online publication that is established in a MIND Foundation related research or industry community and has an appropriate reach. In these cases, an advanced accreditation is necessary due to the increased testing effort. Such online media must have existed for at least three months, show regular entries and the last text relating to the topic must not be more than three months old.
In individual cases, there may be separate more detailed accreditation rules for bloggers and a separate status for bloggers.
- by submitting articles with your name as an author which are not older than six months
It is important to note that the proof of a journalist pass may not be sufficient for getting the accreditation. The organizer may ask for further proof of the journalistic profession such as an official explanation of the status within the organisation. Proof of identity should be sent in English or German. In special cases, the organizer reserves the right to ask for an official ID including a photo. There is no right for accreditation. The organizer has the right to determine who shall be allowed or denied access.