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Lorenzo Natali Grand Prize for development and human rights

Award Details

Focus theme
Freedom of Expression, Censorship, Media, Civil Society

Geographical focus
International

Public nominations
Yes

Prize Money (EUR)
10000.00

Upcoming ceremony
06/18/2019

Country
Belgium

Year Founded
2001

Year Discontinued

Award Frequency
Annual

Deadline
04/14/2019

Email
info@nataliprize.eu

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About Lorenzo Natali Grand Prize for development and human rights

Established in 1992 by the European Commission, the Lorenzo Natali Prize (named after former Italian EU politician) is awarded to journalists for outstanding reporting on Human Rights, Democracy and Development issues. The European Commission works closely with the Reporters Without Borders. The Prize has numerous regional multipliers. Three print and online press winners from each of the five geographic areas: Africa, the Arab World and the Middle East, Asia and the Pacific, Europe, and Latin America and the Caribbean. Two winners of the Special TV Prize and Special Radio Prize, are drawn from entries from all regions. Listed will be only the winners of the Lorenzo Natali Grand Prize.


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