19 September 2018 Charity/Non-Profit News



The second edition of the Migration Media Award rewarded 41 journalists from 18 countries for their journalistic excellence on migration in the Euro-Mediterranean region out of over 200 applications. The award ceremony was held on 18th September at the Acropolium of Carthage in Tunis, Tunisia, under the auspices of the government of the Republic of Tunisia . The winning entries feature fact-based and impartial reporting on the complexity of migration, its many challenges and opportunities. High quality reporting as rewarded by the new journalistic competition is urgently needed to improve the public’s understanding of migration. The Migration Media Award is a journalism competition bringing together the EU funded programmes EUROMED Migration IV led by International Centre for Development of Migration Policy, and the OPEN Media Hub, implemented by the Thomson Foundation, in partnership with the European Asylum Support Office (EASO) and Malta’s Ministry for Foreign Affairs and Trade Promotion.


The full description of the Migration Media Award can be found at http://www.migration-media-award.eu/en/ where all winning entries are available./. Quotes: Mr. Patrice Bergamini, EU Ambassador to Tunisia Mr. Michael Spindelegger, Director General, ICMPD Dominique Thierry team leader Open Media Hub Thomson Foundation. Loic Berrou Chief editor France 24 Claude Guibal Reporter France Inter Charlotte Alfred journalist Refugees Deeply, Special prize long read for the Compact experiment : push fro refugee Jobs confront reality of Jordan and Lebanon

Links: Press release: http://www.migration-media-award.eu/en/


Open Media Hub: https://openmediahub.com

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19 September 2018