The Evens Journalism Prize | Culture

This year the Evens Foundation would like to focus on the subject of humour and satire in contemporary journalism. This prize will honour journalists, reporters, cartoonists and organisations that seek to challenge conventional information displays and that try to establish a new set of standards of exactitude for news dissemination.

Candidates should be actively employing humour to decode nowadays complex realities and their practice should involve a vigorous drive towards the analysis of societal and political matters within a playful frame. The Evens Foundation aims to find laureates who have a provocative voice and who provide the audience with a unique and distinct engagement with truth.

The award day will be held at BOZAR – Centre for Fine Arts in Brussels on the occasion of Difference Day Opening Gala, 2 May 2019.

Deadline: 21 March 2019

This year the Evens Foundation would like to focus on the subject of humour and satire in contemporary journalism. This prize will honour journalists, reporters, cartoonists and organisations that seek to challenge conventional information displays and that try to establish a new set of standards of exactitude for news dissemination.

Candidates should be actively employing humour to decode nowadays complex realities and their practice should involve a vigorous drive towards the analysis of societal and political matters within a playful frame. The Evens Foundation aims to find laureates who have a provocative voice and who provide the audience with a unique and distinct engagement with truth.

The award day will be held at BOZAR – Centre for Fine Arts in Brussels on the occasion of Difference Day Opening Gala, 2 May 2019.

Deadline: 21 March 2019