To mark 3 May, World Press Freedom Day, EU Ambassador to Georgia Carl Hartzell has launched the 2021 EU Prize for Journalism.
Established by the European Union Delegation to Georgia in 2012, the EU Prize for Journalism encourages professionalism and ethical conduct in Georgian journalism. The Special Prize for conflict-sensitive journalism rewards media outlets contributing to confidence building and peace and is handed out by the European Union Monitoring Mission (EUMM).
In 2021, the EU Prize for Journalism will be awarded in seven categories:
The winners of the first six categories will receive monetary prizes. The winner of the EUMM Special Prize for Peace Journalism will receive a 30–day fellowship with the Institute of War and Peace Reporting in London.
The deadline for submission of all entries is 30 November, 2021.
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