Centre for Civic Education (CCE) announces the COMPETITION for the best investigative article in the field of human rights. Its aim is to contribute to strengthening of the role of media in promotion of human rights, democratic reforms and development of anti-discrimination culture, through active research and media reporting on cases of violations of human rights and discrimination of citizens, as well as on implementation of policies in this area with focus on fulfilling commitments undertaken within Chapter 23.
The competition is open to journalists from all print media, agencies and web portals registered in Montenegro.
Articles must be published during 2017 and 2018.
Authors can compete with up to three articles, whether they apply independently or that they are nominated by their media, journalists’ associations or jury.
The deadline for submitting articles is 31 October 2018, until 5 pm
To apply for the competition, following documentation must be submitted in electronic form:
- copy of the published article, with clear indication when and where it was publicised;
- name and surname of the author, contact telephone and e-mail;
- author’s permission to apply for the competition, unless s/ he does so personally.
Applications are sent to email@example.com with note “Application for the best investigative article in the field of human rights”
Incomplete applications will not be considered.
The Evaluation Commission will select three best works to be awarded cash prizes in the following gross amounts:
- 1st: 1.000 EUR
- 2nd: 600 EUR
- 3rd: 400 EUR
Awarded articles will be published at the CCE website and further promoted through social networks.
Awards for winners will be presented on 9 November 2018, and in this manner we will symbolically mark the International Day Against Fascism and Anti-Semitism.