Nelly Bassily | June 21, 2010
The Institute of Development Studies (IDS) invites entries for their first awards in reporting on international development.
IDS are looking for original, provocative stories or critiques which encourage discussion on development issues and processes. Journalists from around the world are requested to submit their best articles on poverty alleviation, democracy and governance, rights, health, and other Millennium Development Goals.
Submissions will be judged and selected for prizes by a group of IDS research fellows, board members, and communication staff.
There will be 3 awards: one of 500 british pounds, and two of 250 british pounds.
Deadline for submission of articles is July 9th 2010.
To participate, journalists must register and join The Communication Initiative’s Development Networks Group “Awards: Media Reporting on Development,” here: http://groups.comminit.com/node/318017.
The winners will be announced on or just after July 19th 2010.
More details about the awards can be found at: http://www.comminit.com/en/node/318253/2754.