JHR's Second Annual Human Rights Reporting Award- Nomination period is closed
Journalists for Human Rights celebrates journalists who have made a significant, lifetime contribution to human rights journalism. We define human rights journalism as coverage that directs attention to key human rights issues, in a way that triggers significant positive impact. JHR's Inaugural Human Rights Reporting Award in 2015 went to the superb Christiane Amanpour of CNN. She was recognized for her brave and courageous work, and relentless commitment to principles of human rights.
In 2016, we want to hear from you, our community of support. Please take a moment to nominate an individual whose work exemplifies JHR's principles of human rights reporting.
Submit your nomination by filling out the form below. You can nominate a colleague or yourself. Nominations will be reviewed by JHR's gala committee and staff, and the award will be presented on October 6 at Night for Rights.