The Faculty of Human Sciences is a partner of the 2020 edition of Lorenzo Natali Media Prize. The Prize was launched in 1992 to recognise and celebrate excellence in reporting on sustainable development issues.
The overarching theme of the Lorenzo Natali Media Prize is journalism for sustainable development. Entries to this year’s competition should relate to international partnership issues such as, but not limited to, fighting poverty and inequalities, human rights, democracy, youth, gender equality, environment and climate change, health, technology and digital, etc.
The Prize is open to journalists in the following three categories:
- Grand Prize: reporting published by a media based in one of the European Union’s partner countries on development and cooperation.
- Europe Prize: reporting published by a media based in the European Union*.
- Best Emerging Journalist Prize: open to journalists under 30 whose reporting was published by a media based in the European Union* or in one of its partner countries on development and cooperation.
The winner of each category will receive €10,000.
Applications are open between 10 February and 15 March 2020 23:59 CET.