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Lorenzo Natali Prize for journalism - 2010
Pályáztató:  Európai Bizottság
Határidő:  2010. augusztus 31.
Feltöltve:  2010. július 1., 11:31:54
Célcsoport:  Magánszemélyek (354)
Tipus:  Díj (6)
Szakmai terület:  Sajtó, média (10)
Ország:  Magyarország; Románia
Forrás:  [nataliprize2010.eu]

Created in 1992 by the European Commission, the Lorenzo Natali Prize rewards journalists committed to Human Rights, Democracy and Development. Originally reserved for print and online press, the Lorenzo Natali Prize has opened in 2008 to radio and television journalists.

To organize the Lorenzo Natali Prize, the European Commission works with some of the most prestigious world press associations:


- Reporters Without Borders, winner of the Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Mind in 2005;
- World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers, representing a total of more than 18000 publications over the five continents.

All the award winners of the Lorenzo Natali Prize will be the special guests of the European Commission in Europe. A prize ceremony will be organised in their honor in the presence of Andris Piebalgs, European Commissioner for Development in December 2010 in Brussels.

The Natali Grand Prize of 5000 euros will be awarded to the journalist having submitted the best piece of work, as determined by an independent jury.

RULES


For press and online articles

Who Can Enter?

1. Print, online and news agency journalists employed in the regions outlined in rule 14 are invited to submit an application (EITHER individually OR – in the case of jointly authored or jointly produced items - as a group).

2. The laureates of previous competitions may not present a fresh application for the edition of the Prize immediately following their award, but will be eligible to compete again in subsequent editions.

3. Journalistic works written by current members of staff of the European Community institutions or the ProPager agency will not be considered for the Lorenzo Natali Prize. These individuals are allowed to submit their work 3 years after having left their position.

What Can Be Submitted?

4. Applicants may submit ONE item or ONE extract from a series of journalistic works (i.e. one article) on ONE subject that addresses human rights and/or democracy and/or development. This should have as its background the developing world. Applicants submitting more than one entry will be disqualified. All opinion articles will automatically be excluded from the competition without any presentation to the Jury.

5. The submitted item or extract from a series of journalistic pieces must have been published in print, online media or have appeared in an agency dispatch for the first time, between 1st July 2009 and 30th June 2010.

Length and Language of Entries

6. Print and online journalistic items must not exceed 10,000 characters (including spaces) in length. A shortened version of a longer item will be considered, but in this case the original, full-length item must also be submitted (see rule 9).

7. The written documents – i.e. print and online items - may be submitted in any language. If it is written in one of the 23 official languages of the European Union, it must be submitted along with a compulsory summary in English, French or Spanish. If it is written in any other language, it must be submitted along with a translation and a summary in English, French or Spanish. The summary should be carefully written and - where appropriate – translated, since it will be used in editorial pre-selection. The summary must be 2,000 characters (including spaces) in length (+/- 10%). Pre-selection will be based upon the same criteria as those employed by the Grand Jury in the final selection process (see rule 13).

Other entry requirements

8. All applicants must enclose:

. either the original work with the consent form authorising distribution of his/her work duly filled in and signed;
. or the copy of the work with the distribution consent of the editor in chief or of the professional body to which the applicant has accorded their rights.

9. Print journalists are required to send a copy of the published journalistic work either as a clipping, a photocopy or as a PDF file. Online journalists are required to send a copy of the published journalistic work in HTML format by e-mail, on floppy disk or on CD-ROM. Online articles must also be accompanied by a URL link that can be viewed unaltered for judging from July to November 2010.

10.
The name of the author and date of publication or broadcast should be clearly indicated on all items submitted (print, online). Note that no work submitted for consideration for the Natali Prize shall be returned.

11.
Each entry must be accompanied by an entry form, available on the Lorenzo Natali Prize website (www.nataliprize2010.eu), from the European Commission Delegations and Representations or from ProPager and a CV.

Selection Procedure and Criteria

12. An independent Grand Jury made up of media, development and human rights professionals will examine the pre-selected journalistic items and propose a list of prize-winners for consideration by the European Commission.

13. The Grand Jury will consider the following criteria in arriving at their decision:

. Relevance of the subject matter to human rights and development issues;
. Originality of approach to the subject matter;
. Professional quality;
. Investigative depth.

Prizes

14. The European Commission will award the Lorenzo Natali Prizes on the basis of a proposal from the Grand Jury.

Three prizes will be awarded in each of the following five regions:

. Africa;
. Arab World and the Middle East;
. Asia and the Pacific;
. Europe;
. Latin America and the Caribbean.

A Grand Prize will be awarded for the best piece of journalism across all media.

15. The decision of the jury and the European Commission shall be final.

16. Each winner will receive a Trophy and a Financial Award under the following categories:

In each region:

- 1st Prize: 5,000 €
- 2nd Prize: 2,500 €
- 3rd Prize: 1,500 €

The winner of the Grand Prize will receive a Trophy and a Financial Award of 5,000 €.

Reproduction and Dissemination Rights

17. The European Commission has the right to reproduce and disseminate the works submitted in its own publications and in publicity material for the Lorenzo Natali Prize, including dissemination through its website, through its partners and by any other means considered necessary to promote the Prize.

Deadline

18. The deadline for submission of entries is 31st August 2010.


For TV and Radio

Who Can Enter?

1. Radio and TV journalists employed in the following regions: Africa, Arab World and the Middle East, Asia and the Pacific, Europe and Latin America and the Caribbean are invited to submit an application (EITHER individually OR – in the case of jointly authored or jointly produced items - as a group).

2. The laureates of previous competitions may not present a fresh application for the edition of the Prize immediately following their award, but will be eligible to compete again in subsequent editions.

3. Journalistic works written by current members of staff of the European Community institutions or the ProPager agency will not be considered for the Lorenzo Natali Prize. These individuals are allowed to submit their work 3 years after having left their position.

What Can Be Submitted?

4. Applicants may submit ONE item or ONE extract from a series of journalistic works (i.e. a programme in a series) on ONE subject which addresses human rights and/or democracy and/or development. This should have as its background the developing world. Applicants submitting more than one entry will be disqualified.

5. The submitted item or extract from a series of journalistic pieces must have been broadcast on radio or on TV, for the first time, between 1st July 2009 and 30th June 2010.

Length and Language of Entries

6. Radio and TV programmes must not exceed 30 minutes in length. A shortened version of a longer programme will be considered, but in this case the length of the original item must be stated. With all radio and TV programmes, the complete associated script must also be submitted.

7. Radio and TV programmes may be submitted in any language. But all radio and TV programmes must be accompanied with a complete associated script and summary of the script. The script can be submitted in any languages. If it is written in one of the 23 official languages of the European Union, it must be submitted along with a compulsory summary in English, French or Spanish. If the script is submitted in any other language than the 23 languages of the European Union, it must be accompanied with a translation in English, French or Spanish AND a summary of the script in French, English or Spanish. The summary should be carefully written and - where appropriate – translated, since it will be used in editorial pre-selection. The summary must be 2,000 characters (including spaces) in length (+/- 10%). Pre-selection will be based upon the same criteria as those employed by the Grand Jury in the final selection process (see rule 13).

Other entry requirements

8. All applicants must enclose:

. either the original work with the consent form authorising distribution of his/her work duly filled in and signed;
. or the copy of the work with the distribution consent of the editor in chief or of the professional body to which the applicant has accorded their rights.

9. Radio journalists are required to submit a copy of their work on CD-ROM or online in MP3 format. TV journalists are required to submit a copy of their work on DVD or on-line in Windows Media Player or QuickTime format.

10. The name of the author and date of publication or broadcast should be clearly indicated on all items submitted (print, on-line, radio and TV). Note that no work submitted for consideration for the Natali Prize shall be returned.

11. Each entry must be accompanied by an entry form, available on the Lorenzo Natali Prize website (www.nataliprize2010.eu), from the European Commission Delegations and Representations or from ProPager and a CV.

Selection Procedure and Criteria

12. An independent Grand Jury made up of media, development and human rights professionals will examine the pre-selected journalistic items and propose a list of prize-winners for consideration by the European Commission.

13. TheGrand Jury will consider the following criteria in arriving at their decision:

. Relevance of the subject matter to human rights and development issues;
. Originality of approach to the subject matter;
. Professional quality;
. Investigative dept.

Prizes

14. The European Commission will award the Lorenzo Natali Prizes on the basis of a proposal from the Grand Jury. A Special TV Prize and a Special Radio Prize will be awarded among programs from all regions.

A Grand Prize will be awarded for the best piece of journalism across all media.

15. The decision of the jury and the European Commission shall be final.

16. Special TV Prize and Special Radio Prize
winners will receive a Trophy and a Financial Award of 5,000 € each. The winner of the Grand Prize will receive a Trophy and a Financial Award of 5,000 €.

Reproduction and Dissemination Rights

17.
The European Commission has the right to reproduce and disseminate the works submitted in its own publications and in publicity material for the Lorenzo Natali Prize, including dissemination through its website, through its partners and by any other means deemed necessary to promote the Prize.

Deadline

18. The deadline for submission of entries is 31st August 2010.

For more information: http://www.nataliprize2010.eu/

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