2011-04-06

 BRUSSELS - The Representation of the European Commission in Belgium and the Belgian section of the Association of European Journalists organise for the third time the Karel Van Miert/Etienne Davignon prizes.

BRUSSELS: 3rd edition of the Karel van Miert/Etienne Davignon prizes for journalists
 
The Representation of the European Commission in Belgium and the Belgian section of the Association of European Journalists organise for the third time the Karel Van Miert/Etienne Davignon prizes.
 
These prizes reward Belgian journalists who deal with European matters. The Etienne Davignon prize targets news items in French and the Karel Van Miert prize news items in Dutch. This year, there are two categories for each prize: one for students in journalism (bachelor students) and one for professional journalists (and master students).
 
News items can be articles (written or online press), radio or video pieces and can be an individual or a group work. This year's subject: the EU impact of Belgian citizens'life. The first prize for students (bachelor) amounts to 1000 euros and the first prize for professional journalists (and master students) 1500 euros.
 
Inscriptions: www.aej.org (Media Prizes à Belgium)
 
Deadline: 9 september 2011 (winners will be known in November).
 

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