European Press Prize 2024
This is an international award that honours courage in journalism. Since 2012, it has been rewarding the excellence of journalists reporting about the stories that matter.
- Win EUR 10,000 in one of the categories:
- The Investigative Reporting Award — for investigative journalism.
- The Distinguished Reporting Award — for reports and articles.
- The Public Discourse Award — for a comment, column or editorial.
- The Innovation Award — for an innovative idea that has made an important contribution to the future of journalism.
- The Migration Journalism Award — for materials on migration journalism.
- The Special Award — for excellence in editing, reporting, writing or advocacy.
Last year, The Kyiv Independent journalists Anna Myroniuk and Alexander Khrebet won The Special Award for their investigation about the foreign legion.
The programme is provided by the European Press Prize. This is one of the thousands of EU opportunities for Ukraine.
- A reward of EUR 10,000.
- Participation in the European Press Prize award ceremony in May-June 2024.
- Participation in a community of award winners, jury members and partners.
- Publication and promotion of the article on European Press Prize resources.
- Application form completed in English.
- A short description of your article in English — up to 250 words. Do not forget to add a link to the online version.
- A short description of the impact of the article — up to 250 words.
- An article written in the original language and in .doc or .docx format — up to 5,000 words.
- Contact details of one reference person: an editor, publisher or assessor.
- If available, an English translation of the article.
- You can submit only one application. The only exception is The Public Discourse Award, where three applications can be submitted. If your work is part of a series, please indicate it. If you wish to submit several different articles, submit a separate application for each.
- This contest is for articles. You cannot submit a podcast, documentary, TV show or other journalistic material.
- The organisers of the European Press Prize do not rule out the participation of Belarusians and russians.