Food Sustainability Media Award - A prize for journalistic excellence.

Food Sustainability Media Award

The media report on food sustainability

The role of the media is fundamental in raising public awareness about the importance of issues relating to food sustainability.

The media, in fact, often talk about food, but not about the challenges facing food systems. For this reason, the BCFN Foundation and the Thompson Reuters Foundation are launching the Food Sustainability Media Award, an international competition which recognises journalistic excellence in reporting on food from a different perspective and thereby turning the spotlight on food sustainability.

The media report on food sustainability
The award: categories and judging

The award: categories and judging

Entries for the Food Sustainability Media Award can be print journalism, photography or videos. Prizes are awarded in two different categories depending on whether the material is unpublished or published.

A jury of experts will announce the winners of each category, awarding a prize of €10,000 and the opportunity to participate free of charge in a training course organised by the Thompson Reuters Foundation on food sustainability.

Competition entries closed May 31, 2017. Judging is currently underway.

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