Professional and citizen journalists can compete for an award.
The Thomson Reuters Foundation and the Barilla Center for Food & Nutrition launched the Food Sustainability Media Award to encourage journalists to report on food sustainability and today’s food paradoxes.
Possible topics include hunger and obesity, food and fuel, and waste and starvation.
There are three categories available: written journalism (print and online), video and photography. Published and unpublished work can be submitted, but will be judged separately. Entries must be submitted in English or include a translation in English.
The winners for published works categories will each receive EUR10,000. The winners for unpublished works will receive an all-expenses paid trip to attend a course organized by the Thomson Reuters Foundation. All winners will have the possibility to attend the BCFN International Forum.
The deadline is May 31.
For more information, click here.
(sursa: International Journalists’ Network)