The National Union of Students and Amnesty International are running a competition to find the best student human rights reporter of the year.
Now in its 3rd year, this year the competition offers its best prize yet – as well as an invitation to the Amnesty International Media Awards attended by over 400 leading members of British media for all the shortlisted entrants, the winner will receive the following:
· Up to $2,000 Pulitzer Student Travel Reporting Fellowship
· Two weeks' work experience at the Observer
· The winning article published in full or in part by the Observer
The Pulitzer prize is a Pulitzer Centre Student Fellowship which includes a travel grant of up to $2000 to cover an unreported topic of the winner’s choice. The winner will also get mentorship from Pulitzer staff and professional journalists and assistance in pitching their story to leading media outlets.
Entry should be in the form of an article of up to 2000 words or radio or television report of up to 10 minutes in length submitted before 18 February 2013.
Full details of the competition are available at www.amnesty.org.uk/studentreporter
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