Application Due Date: January 31 st 2019
The TRACE Reward for Investigative Reporting acknowledges journalism that discovers organisation bribery or associated monetary criminal activity with the objective of increasing industrial openness.
Candidates might be print, broadcast or online press reporters from any nation who have actually examined industrial bribery plans, organisation activities that produce severe disputes of interest or comparable misbehavior. Entries need to have appeared in print or online throughout2018 Several entries per author are allowed, as are group entries produced by groups of reporters. Book-length entries are declined.
A panel of independent judges will evaluate the submissions and choose as much as 2 winning entries. Each winning entry will get a prize money of USD $10,000 and the press reporter( s) will be welcomed to an award event hosted by TRACE. The judges might likewise call as much as 2 respectable points out, who will each get USD $1,000
The 2019 judges are:
- William Gumede, Partner Teacher, School of Governance, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg; Creator and Chairman of the Democracy Functions Structure.
- Diana B. Henriques, Financial author and author, previously with The New york city Times.
- Rosebell Kagumire, Author and digital interaction strategist, speaker and acclaimed blog writer based in Kampala, Uganda.
- Peter Klein, Executive Director of the International Reporting Centre in Vancouver, BC.
- Donatella Lorch, Freelance press reporter, previously with The New york city Times, NBC News and Newsweek, presently based in Ankara, Turkey.
- Jorge Luis Sierra, President of the Border Center for Reporters and Blog writers, reporter security specialist and previously a Knight International Journalism Fellow with the International Center for Reporters, based in Texas.
Finished entries and inquiries must be emailed to Caitlin Seymour, firstname.lastname@example.org
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