The deadline for entries is November 3, 2014.
The Caucasus programme of the Institute for War and Peace Reporting is pleased to announce a call for entries for the EU Special Prize for Peace Journalism. The prize seeks to recognise and reward conflict- sensitive journalistic work.
The EU Special Prize promotes high standards of journalistic ethics and professionalism that contribute to confidence-building and peace.
The prize will be awarded to a journalist from the South Caucasus whose work displays a constructive approach towards conflict situations. It will go to the author of balanced. unbiased work in print or online media, television or radio reports, web pages, blogs or social media initiatives, news agency or online newspaper contributions. Entries should have been originally published or broadcast between October 1, 2013 and October 30, 2014.
- Professional journalists, editors, bloggers and web publishers are invited to submit a piece of print, online or audio-‐visual reporting by November 3, 2014.
- Entries can be submitted in English, Russian and local languages. and should have been originally published or broadcast between October 1, 2013 and October 30, 2014.
- The winner will receive a one-month fellowship with IWPR’s Caucasus programme at the London offices of the Institute for War & Peace Rep.
- The winner will receive a 5, 000 euro voucher for a one-month fellowship at the London office of the Institute for War & Peace Reporting.
- This fellowship comes under IWPR’s programme Strengthening Capacities, Bridging Divides — Reducing Tensions Across the South Caucasus. funded by the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
|EU Prize for Peace Journalism 2014 – English info pack (PDF)||197.6 KB|
|EU Prize for Peace Journalism 2014 – Russian info pack (PDF)||202.98 KB|
|EU Prize for Peace Journalism 2014 – Application Form (Word doc)||1.44 MB|