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The EU Prize for Journalism 2017 in Georgia

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Guidelines for Applicants


IMPORTANT

All Entries must include a properly completed and signed application form. The application form can be downloaded from www.euprizejournalism.eu

  Applications can be either submitted by email, posted by mail or hand delivered.

 

1. For posted or hand delivered applications, please submit the following:

a) Printed, completed and signed application form;

b) The following supporting materials:

 

  • For the best written story (Category A), investigative story (Category C), online or print blog, opinion or column published in print or online (Category E), participants must submit:

-           Three typed paper copies of the submission with the name of the applicant and the category clearly marked;

-           A photocopy of the print edition where the article appeared or a screenshot from an online website to prove that it was published;

 

  • For the best audio and audiovisual story (Category B) and audio or audiovisual investigative story (Category D), participants must submit:

-       Copies of the submission on three separate CDs/DVDs/USB sticks. The name of the applicant and category should be clearly marked in the file name. (CDs/DVDs/USB sticks will not be returned);

-      The entry should also include a typed synopsis/script in the original language, with the title of the programme and the date of broadcasting clearly indicated. The synopsis/script must be printed on paper;

-       A permanent link and/or a screenshot should be provided to prove that it was published. It must be printed on paper.

 

  • For the best documentary photo (category F) participants must submit:

-       High quality .jpg files of the submission on three separate CDs/DVDs/USB sticks. The name of the applicant and category should be clearly marked in the file name. Images must not include any embedded marks, logos, names or borders. (CDs/DVDs/USB drives will not be returned);

-       Brief typed caption of the image (max 250 words), along with name and date of the publication in which the entry was published;

-       A photocopy of the print edition where the photo appeared or a screenshot from an online website to prove that it was published. It must be printed on paper.

 

  • For the best conflict-sensitive journalistic work (Category G), participants must submit:

-           In case of print or online stories, blogs, opinions or columns, the same materials as in Categories A, C, E;

-           In case of audio and audio-visual stories, same materials as in Categories B and D;

-           In case of photos, the same materials as in Category F.

 

2. For applications by email, please submit the following:

a) A scan of the completed and signed application form

b) The following supporting materials:

 

  • For the best written story (Category A), investigative story (Category C), online or print blog, opinion or column published in print or online (Category E), participants must submit:

-           An electronic file of the submission with the name of the applicant and the category clearly marked;

-           An electronic file with the photocopy of the print edition where the article appeared or a screenshot from an online website to prove that it was published.

 

  • For the best audio and audiovisual story (Category B) and audio or audiovisual investigative story (Category D), participants must submit:

-       An electronic file of the submission. The name of the applicant and category should be clearly marked in the file name. In the case of large files, applicants can send permanent links to the submission if it is available online or upload the files on Youtube and submit the link;

-       An electronic file with the synopsis/script in the original language, with the title of the programme and the date of broadcasting clearly indicated;

-        An electronic file with the permanent link and/or a screenshot of the submission to prove that it was published.

 

  • For the best documentary photo (Category F) participants must submit:

-           High quality .jpg file of the submission. The name of the applicant and category should be clearly marked in the file name. Images must not include any embedded marks, logos, names or borders. In the case of large files, applicants can send permanent links to the submission if it is available online or upload the files on Flikr and submit the link;

-           An electronic file with the brief caption of the image (max 250 words), along with name and date of the publication in which the entry was published;

-           An electronic file with the photocopy of the print edition where the photo appeared or a screenshot from an online website to prove that it was published;

 

  • For the best conflict-sensitive journalistic work (Category G), participants must submit:

-           In case of print or online stories, blogs, opinions or columns, the same materials as in Categories A, C, E;

-           In case of audio and audio-visual stories, same materials as in Categories B and D;

-           In case of photos, the same materials as in Category F.

 

3)   An applicant must receive an electronic confirmation acknowledging that the submission was received.

All entries must be sent by post or hand-delivered to the Delegation of the European Union in Georgia before 17:00 hrs. on 1 November 2017.

The address of the EU Delegation is:

 

EU Prize for Journalism
Delegation of the European Union to Georgia
38 Nino Chkheidze Street,
0102 Tbilisi, Georgia

Or sent by e-mail to submissions@euprizejournalism.eu before 17:00 hrs. on 1 November 2017.

 

For any further information, please contact:


EU Prize for journalism 2017

Tamriko Mikadze

Press and Information Officer, Delegation of the European Union to Georgia,

Tamriko.Mikadze@eeas.europa.eu

EUMM Special Prize for Peace Journalism 
Nino Gerzmava

Project coordinator, IWPR
nino@iwpr.net

 


 
 
 
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