The Gaby Rado Award for New Journalist

Open to journalists reporting on human rights issues who have been working for five years or less in paid employment as a journalist. This award was established with the help of the family, friends and colleagues of the journalist Gaby Rado, who died in Iraq in 2003. Entries can include up to three pieces covering human rights issues and can be film, print, radio on online. Finalists will be asked for evidence of their eligibility. This category is free to enter.

Entry Form

Your Details

Please provide a brief biography of your career in journalism to date. (max 200 words).

Entry Upload

You can submit up to three pieces that best demonstrate your overall body of work. Please submit these here, then complete the information below for each piece (click on the checkbox at the bottom of the Entry Details to provide details for more than one piece). Please ensure that you have read the Entry Criteria before completing your submission (link opens in new window). You can submit your entries in 2 ways.

Once you have entered, you will be emailed a copy of your submission. This email will include your Unique Entry Number and the link to our viewing platform. You will need to include your Unique Entry Number when naming the file you wish to upload so that we can identify your entry.

Please Note: your file must be no larger than 500 MB. We do not require high res or HD files at this stage.

Please provide below the URL (and any necessary passwords) to your entry or a 3rd streaming platform such as Vimeo or YouTube. Please provide us with alternative access if:

  • the URL is not available without subscription (ie: provide guest log-in)
  • the URL won’t be available in March 2022
  • the URL is not available overseas
  • the URL is to a changing page

Entry Details

Please provide:

  • A synopsis including a physical description (eg: article published by the Times) and names of key contributors such as presenters or reporters, if relevant.
  • The impact of the piece. How it contributed to human rights change. For example, did it influence government policy or a change in law? Did it reach a wide and varied audience? Refer to the Entry Criteria for a full list of how we measure impact. Please provide evidence where possible (eg: links to news stories, viewing figures, etc).
  • Your exact involvement / role in the piece. What skills were utilised, what assistance, if any, was received.

Second Piece Upload

Please provide:

  • A synopsis including a physical description (eg: article published by the Times) and names of key contributors such as presenters or reporters, if relevant.
  • The impact of the piece. How it contributed to human rights change. For example, did it influence government policy or a change in law? Did it reach a wide and varied audience? Refer to the Entry Criteria for a full list of how we measure impact. Please provide evidence where possible (eg: links to news stories, viewing figures, etc).
  • Your exact involvement / role in the piece. What skills were utilised, what assistance, if any, was received.

Third Piece Upload

Please provide:

  • A synopsis including a physical description (eg: article published by The Time) and names of key contributors such as presenters or reporters, if relevant.
  • The impact of the piece. How it contributed to human rights change. For example, did it influence government policy or a change in law? Did it reach a wide and varied audience? Refer to the Entry Criteria for a full list of how we measure impact. Please provide evidence where possible (eg: links to news stories, viewing figures, etc).
  • Your exact involvement / role in the piece. What skills were utilised, what assistance, if any, was received.
Please provide details of any financial / in-kind support you may have received in the production of your entries, excluding support from the media outlet(s) from which they were broadcast or published (please note all information disclosed will be treated as confidential).
Media Awards entries may be used or reproduced by Amnesty International to promote the Amnesty International Media Awards. This includes being used in the Amnesty magazine and promotional materials for the awards, on the Amnesty International UK website and social media accounts, at the Amnesty Media Awards ceremony and other Amnesty events, and in other Amnesty communications.

Fees

  • FREE to Enter

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