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Topic “prizes and awards”

Journalists covering armed violence in Latin America appear in Top 100 Most Influential List

Jineth Bedova Lima, Carlos Dada, Marcela Turati and Anabel Hernández are some of the journalists working out of Latin America mentioned in a list recently published by Action on Armed Violence (AOAV) that compiles 100 of the most influential journalists covering armed conflict in regions around the world. Read more »


10 tips to get the journalism grant of your dreams


Johanna Carrillo, senior program director at the International Center for Journalists, has helped select reporting scholarship winners several times. "There is something indescribable in an application," she confessed, "the passion and the drive the candidate has to do something." Read more »


Brazil's 2012 Human Rights Prize awarded to fallen journalist Tim Lopes

The Brazilian government awarded its most prestigious prize for individuals and institutions that stand up for the defense of human rights to a killed journalist. The president's Secretary for Human Rights awarded the 2012 Human Rights Prize posthumously to Tim Lopes, reported the website G1. Read more »


Media organizations question decision to honor the president of Ecuador with freedom of expression award


Correa receives the Rodolfo Walsh prize. Source: Presidencia de la Républica de Ecuador.

Brazilian television reporters protest the award of the Esso Prize to newspaper Folha de São Paulo

A group of reporters from the television network Record sent a letter to the organizers of the Esso Journalism Prize, the highest journalism prize in Brazil, questioning the newspaper Folha de São Paulo's qualification as a finalist. Read more »



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