Development and Human Rights: A Prize Choice for Journalists

IFJ Seeks Applications from Journalists around the Globe

The Natali Prize for Journalism: Excellence in Reporting Human Rights, Democracy and Development was established by the countries of the European Union in honour of the late Lorenzo Natali, vice president of the European Commission with special responsibilities for development issues. The Prize is awarded to print journalists who have demonstrated a striking insight and particular dedication to the reporting of human rights issues within the context of the development process.

Two prizes worth 10,000 Euro each are awarded to outstanding reporting on human rights and development by print journalists from the European Union and from the developing world. Prize winners will be invited to the Natali Prize ceremony at the International Press Centre in Brussels in December 2001.

· Application deadline: 26 OCTOBER 2001
· Applications must have been published in the year 2000.
· Applicants should only submit ONE ARTICLE.

The Natali Prize for Journalism is a project initiative of the European Commission coordinated on the Commission's behalf by the International Federation of Journalists.