The Anna Lindh Foundation has launched the 2012 edition of its Mediterranean Journalist Award.

Journalists of Written Press, Television, Radio and New Media, citizens of the 42 countries of the Union for the Mediterranean are now invited to submit their works for the 6th edition of the Award until the 20th July 2012 (12.00 Egyptian time, GMT+2).

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Submitted works should tackle intercultural issues between and within Euro-Mediterranean societies. In addition a special award will be dedicated this year to the theme ‘Reporting on civil society and democracy-building’.

A jury made up of eminent media professionals and outstanding intellectuals will select the winners to be awarded during a prestigious ceremony in Berlin on the 18th October 2012. The winners will receive a cash prize and will be involved in Anna Lindh Foundation’s regional activities during a whole year.

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The Anna Lindh Journalist Award was created in 2006, and is organized in collaboration with COPEAM, the European Commission , the German Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Allianz Foundation.

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