Every year, the Courage in Journalism Awards recognize three female writers who have shown uncommon display of character in seeking after their calling under troublesome or risky conditions, for example, government persecution, dangers to individual security, and other threatening obstructions.
The International Women’s Media Foundation’s Courage in Journalism Award recognizes female writers for their unprecedented boldness. In confronting and surviving peril to reveal reality, they increase current standards for reporting under pressure. The IWMF likewise perceives the pioneers who kicked down obstructions to make it workable for ladies everywhere throughout the world to discover their voices and make them listened to.
Possibility for Courage in Journalism Awards must be full-time staff or independent ladies correspondents, scholars, editors, photographers, or makers working in any nation and of any nationality.
Cases of the applicants work (extra materials will be asked for on a case-by-case premise):
For print columnists (counting on the web media): 2-3 articles composed by the competitor;
For editors or distributers: 2-3 cases of general work;
For TV or radio columnists or makers: sound or video cut which includes the applicant or is delivered by the competitor (sound tapes can be transferred electronically or put together via mail on tapes, CDs or by electronic sound record; video clasps can be transferred electronically or presented via mail in DVD, BETA or NTSC design);
For photojournalists: 4-5 photos taken by the hopeful;
Albeit favored dialects for entries are English, French, Russian and Spanish, entries in any dialect will be considered.
Hopefuls should right now be full-time or independent female writers working in print, communicate or online media in any nation.
For More Information:
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