2023 Lorenzo Natali Media Prize from European Commission for all journalists. (€10,000 Award)
Submission deadline is April 28, 2023. | 2023 Lorenzo Natali Media Prize from European Commission for all journalists. (€10,000 Award)
The Lorenzo Natali Prize has honored outstanding journalism for more than 30 years. It was founded in 1992 and features stories about important global issues such the effects of inequality, poverty, and climate change on people, the value of education, and the necessity of human rights in our societies.
Applications are now being accepted for the Lorenzo Natali Media Award, the premier media honor of the EU. In order to apply, journalists must submit the required stories.
|Title:||2023 Lorenzo Natali Media Prize from European Commission for all journalists. (€10,000 Award)|
|Deadline:||April 28, 2023|
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The award recognizes and celebrates the efforts of journalists from all around the world who have brought attention to the most urgent issues facing the planet.
Journalists covering issues like inequality, eradicating poverty, sustainable development, environment, biodiversity, climate action, digital, jobs and employment, education and skill development, migration, healthcare, peace, democracy, and human rights are encouraged to apply online, according to the European Commission.
The following categories are available for textual, audiovisual, or multimedia submissions from reporters:
- Reporting from a media organization headquartered in a partner nation of the European Union wins the international prize.
- Reporting from a media organization situated in the European Union wins the Europe Award.
- Reporting by a journalist who was under 30 at the time of publication and was published by a media outlet based in any of the nations qualified for the International and Europe Awards is eligible for the Best Emerging Journalist Award.
- Applications may be submitted in any language as long as a translation into one of the competition languages—English, French, Spanish, German, or Portuguese—is also submitted.
- The winners in each category will be chosen by a Grand Jury made up of well-known journalists from around the world and members of significant non-governmental organizations.
- The prize for each winner is €10,000.
- A employment opportunity with a media partner will also be provided to the Best Emerging Journalist category winner.
- Later in 2023, in Brussels, during the Lorenzo Natali Media Prize Award Ceremony, the winners will be declared.
For More Information
Visit the Lorenzo Natali Media Prize 2023 page on the European Commission’s website.
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