The Evens Journalism Prize | Education 2021

The Evens Foundation invites nominations for the 2021 Evens Journalism Prize for Education. For more details and to submit a nomination entry please verify the rules and procedures below.

The Evens Journalism Prize carries an award of €15.000 for established journalists who have outstandingly contributed to making Europe more comprehensive and accessible to a broad audience. The laureates must be European professionals (working and living in the EU) who have a remarkable record in reporting and/or commenting on Europe.

For its 2021 edition, the Evens Journalism Prize for Education is open to all journalists and commentators reporting on education related issues including school, higher education and vocational education. The candidates should have produced outstanding coverage on pan-European, EU national, regional and/or local education matters, possibly defining the characteristics of specific educational policies and their effect on both the national and the broader community.

Nomination and Procedures

The Evens Foundation invites nominations for the 2021 Evens Journalism Prize for Education.

We invite journalists, educators, scholars, editors, publishers, journalism-related associations and organisations to nominate candidates as well as all professionals working on interpreting the everchanging European journalistic field. Self-nominations are not accepted.

To nominate a candidate for the prize, please review the guidelines below and click on “Submit a Nomination” to enter your nomination via our online web form.

• Candidates for the Evens European Journalism Prize must have a remarkable track record in covering the complexities of the European region and should adhere to the highest journalistic principles.

• In 2021, the award will recognise a recipient who is from the European Union and whose work focuses on educational issues.

• Both individual journalists and journalism organisations are eligible for the award.

• A nominee’s body of work may be in traditional forms of print or broadcast journalism but also in different forms such as digital journalism and multimedia journalism.

• Questions regarding prize nominations can be addressed to Federica Mantoan, Evens Foundation Programme Curator.


The deadline for nominations is 30 September 2021
.

Submit a Nomination

The Evens Foundation invites nominations for the 2021 Evens Journalism Prize for Education. For more details and to submit a nomination entry please verify the rules and procedures below.

The Evens Journalism Prize carries an award of €15.000 for established journalists who have outstandingly contributed to making Europe more comprehensive and accessible to a broad audience. The laureates must be European professionals (working and living in the EU) who have a remarkable record in reporting and/or commenting on Europe.

For its 2021 edition, the Evens Journalism Prize for Education is open to all journalists and commentators reporting on education related issues including school, higher education and vocational education. The candidates should have produced outstanding coverage on pan-European, EU national, regional and/or local education matters, possibly defining the characteristics of specific educational policies and their effect on both the national and the broader community.

Nomination and Procedures

The Evens Foundation invites nominations for the 2021 Evens Journalism Prize for Education.

We invite journalists, educators, scholars, editors, publishers, journalism-related associations and organisations to nominate candidates as well as all professionals working on interpreting the everchanging European journalistic field. Self-nominations are not accepted.

To nominate a candidate for the prize, please review the guidelines below and click on “Submit a Nomination” to enter your nomination via our online web form.

• Candidates for the Evens European Journalism Prize must have a remarkable track record in covering the complexities of the European region and should adhere to the highest journalistic principles.

• In 2021, the award will recognise a recipient who is from the European Union and whose work focuses on educational issues.

• Both individual journalists and journalism organisations are eligible for the award.

• A nominee’s body of work may be in traditional forms of print or broadcast journalism but also in different forms such as digital journalism and multimedia journalism.

• Questions regarding prize nominations can be addressed to Federica Mantoan, Evens Foundation Programme Curator.


The deadline for nominations is 30 September 2021
.

Submit a Nomination