De Persgroep (mother company of Dutch newspapers de Volkskrant, AD, Trouw and Het Parool) has announced the Jury of the second edition of the Creative Press Challenge (CPC) 2014. Part of this year’s jury are Mark Chalmers (Executive Creative Director Vice), Mark Woerde (Founder Lemz) and Bas Engels (Creative MD TBWA\Neboko). Also part of the jury are Mardjan Seighali (CEO UAF) and Philippe Remarque (Editor-in-chief de Volkskrant). The CPC is an invite-only challenge for creatives to make a print ad for a charity – this year the charity is the Foundation for Refugee Students (UAF). The CPC has been an initiative of freelance creative Thijs Biersteker and was launched last year with a very aesthetic commercial, explaining that bad ideas can’t hide in print and winning several awards. Last year 50 creative participated and the winner – promoting Free Press Unlimited – showed an empty newspaper page with the text “No News is Bad News”  – it was created by Luuk van de Put en Jurre van de Ven (Alfred). This year’s participants will be announced after the summer.