Media hubs seek entries for global youth media prize

THE Global Youth and News Media Prize, supported by the European Journalism Centre, the Google News InitiativeNews-Decoder, and others,  is accepting entries for the News/Media Literacy – Press Freedom Teaching Award.

The award aims to celebrate works that serve, support, attracts, and/or learn from young audiences.



    Nominees for the Press Freedom Teaching Award must be educators and news organisations with an initiative to help students develop a thorough understanding of the crucial role of journalism in society and of the sometimes deadly risks for people who do this work.

    Laureates will take part in an international ceremony and webinar designed to spread the word about their outstanding contributions to journalism and education and to encourage emulation of them.

    Educators and news organizations targeting children and teenagers can compete for an award.

    The deadline for the submission of the application is May 1, 2023. Interested applicants can submit entries here.

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