Journalists are invited to take part in the annual Lorenzo Natali Prize, organised by the European Commission.
The international contest, now in its 18th year, will reward the work of print, radio and television journalists from the following regions: Africa; Asia and Pacific; Latin America and the Caribbean; Europe; and the Arab World and Middle East.
Entrants must submit one extract or entire journalistic work tackling issues in development, democracy and human rights in the developing world. The work must have been printed or aired between 1 July 2009 and 30 June 2010.
There will be a grand prize of €5000 for the overall winner, and runner-up prizes of €2500 and €1500
An awards ceremony will be organised for the winners by the European Commission in Brussels in December.
See the full guidelines for the contest at this link.
See guidelines for entering the contest at this link.
Deadline for submissions is August 31.
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