European Press Prize Shortlist 2018

European Press Prize Shortlist 2018

PR Newswire

AMSTERDAM, February 9, 2018

AMSTERDAM, February 9, 2018 /PRNewswire/ --


Nicholas Waters and Timmi Allen, Finding Bana - Proving the Existence of a 7-Year-Old Girl in Eastern Aleppo Bellingcat (UK)

Clara Jiménez Cruz, Julio Montes Moreno e.a. Damned Hoax, La Sexta (Spain).

Natalia Antelava, Katerina Ponomareva e.a. Jailed for a like
Coda Story (Georgia)

Megan Lucero, Maeve McClenaghan e.a. Bureau Local (UK)

Lin Taylor, Valeria Cardi e.a. The Smuggling Game
Thomson Reuters (UK)

Raúl Sánchez, Esther Alonso e.a. Enslaved Land (Spain)


Cathrin Kahlweit, Story without an ending
Sueddeutsche Zeitung (Germany)

Catarina Gomes, 500 years later the Habibs are looking for a house in Portugal
Público (Portugal)

Ida Nyegård, The Murder of Nercy
Jyllands-Posten (Denmark)

Paweł Kapusta, Hard to save someone when life is flooding the landing and dripping from 5th floor to the 4th Magazyn Wirtualnej Polski (Poland)

Michael Obert, The people captor
Süddeutsche Zeitung Magazin (Germany)

Carole Cadwalladr, The Great British Brexit Robbery: how our democracy was hijacked
The Observer and The Guardian (UK)

Xavier Aldekoa, The Demons of Lake Chad
Gatopardo (Spain)


Ruxandra Burcescu, Attention! These images no longer have an emotional impact on you: the victim is stupid, hypocritical, vicious and slutty (Romania)

Dragan Bursać, The third shooting of the boy Petar from Konjic
Al Jazeera Balkans (Bosnia Herzegovina)

David van Reybrouck, Should media report differently in the wake of attacks?
De Correspondent (Netherlands)

Bastian Berbner, We, terror-helpers
Die Zeit (Germany)

John Harris, a series on Brexit
The Guardian (UK)

Maria Louka, a series on sexism and new feminism (Greece)


Stephane Horel and Stephane Foucart, Monsanto Papers,
Le Monde and Environmental Health News (France)

Daphné Gastaldi, Mathieu Martiniere e.a. Sex abuse scandal in French Catholic church
Mediapart (France)

Craig Shaw and The Black Sea on behalf of the EIC, The Malta Files
Der Spiegel, El Mundo, Le Soir, Mediapart, Dagens Nyheter and more (all over Europe)

Natalie Sedletska and Oleksandr Chornovalov, Legend of Judge Arthur (Ukraine)

Szabolcs Panyi, Satan's hand: Russian meddling behind Budapest's metro chaos and (Hungary)

Till Krause & Hannes Grassegger, Behind the wall of silence and The net of evil
Süddeutsche Zeitung Magazin (Germany)

Winners will be announced at the award ceremony on March 14th at Open Society Archives, Budapest.

Contact person:

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