Food Sustainability Media Award 2017 for Emerging Talents Worldwide ( €10,000 cash prize)

Application Deadline: May 31st 2017

The Food Sustainability Media Award aims to recognise the work of professional journalists and emerging talent from all over the world for excellence in reporting and communicating issues related to food security, sustainability, agriculture and nutrition.

Entries to the Food Sustainability Media Award will be judged in the following three categories: written journalism, photography and video.

For each category we will award both one published and one unpublished piece of work.

Winners awarded for their published written, photography and video work will receive a €10,000 cash prize.

Winners awarded for their unpublished written, photography and video work will receive an all-expenses paid trip to attend a Thomson Reuters Foundation media training course on food sustainability.

All winning unpublished entries will be distributed via the Thomson Reuters Foundation and the BCFN websites.

The winning unpublished written work will also be distributed through the Reuters newswire, reaching an estimated 1 billion readers.

Award Categories:

For each of the Award’s three categories, both published and unpublished work can be submitted. Published and unpublished entries will be judged separately.

In addition, finalists in all three categories both published and unpublished will be put forward for the Best of the Web Award. The winner of this award will be chosen by the public.

  1. Written Journalism

    This category recognises excellence in written journalism for a news/feature article published in print or online that addresses topics, stories or issues related to food sustainability through distinctive, accurate and original reporting.

  2. Video

    This category honours exceptional video content that sheds light on stories related to food sustainability through visual storytelling and/or investigative journalism and creative use of video.

  3. Photography

    This category is for outstanding photojournalism through either a single photograph or photo series on key themes or issues related to food sustainability.

Benefits:

Winners awarded for their published written, photography and video work will receive a €10,000 cash prize.

Winners awarded for their unpublished written, photography and video work will receive an all-expenses paid trip to attend a Thomson Reuters Foundation media training course on food sustainability.

For More Information:

Visit the Official Webpage of the Food Sustainability Media Award 2017

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