For students in full-time education at a UK university, higher education or further education college at the time of publication or broadcast of their entry. Entries may have been published in print, online or broadcast, either via a student or commercial outlet. Alternatively, it may have been produced as course work as part of media or journalism studies. Entrants should submit one piece but may also provide links to three further pieces of work to support their entry. Personal blog posts are not eligible for entry. Finalists will be asked for evidence that they were a student at the time of publication (eg: via a reference from a tutor). This category is free to enter.[/three_fourth] [one_fourth_last]
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- Entries must have been published or broadcast for the first time between 1 January 2010 and 31 December 2019, if course work, completed and submitted between these dates.
Former winner of Amnesty International Student Media Award Amy Mackinnon said:
“Winning the Amnesty International Media Award opened up numerous opportunities but perhaps most importantly it gave me the confidence to pursue a career in journalism.” (Read Full Article).
Amy now works for an investigative human rights online platform in Moscow.[/three_fourth_last] [/two_third] [one_third_last] [responsive][/responsive]
Simisola Jolaoso – Amnesty Student Award winner 2018.[/one_third_last] [/section] [section bgcolor=”#ffffff” bgimage=”IMAGEURL” parallax=”true” padding=”40px 0px 10px 0px” border=”0px solid #ffffff”]
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