A. Reports must be published between March 8, 2019 and March 8, 2020 in a Philippine-based media company, entity, organization, branch of office or area of designation/assignment.
ii. Television & broadcast
iii. Online/digital, multimedia
• Individuals, civil society organizations, peace advocates or interested organizations can nominate entries.
• All nominations will be shortlisted by a Selection Committee composed of media practitioners and representatives of peacebuilding organizations.
a) Innovative and solution-driven;
b) Contributes to, or promotes, effective implementation of the Women Peace and Security Agenda and inclusive peace processes between the Government and the CPP-NPA-NDF and the MILF in the Philippines;
c) Presents a transformative narrative—showing women as agents and not only passive victims;
d) Meets the standards of ethical journalism;
e) Uses an original and engaging angle, making key messages advocating for women’s participation in peace processes accessible to a wider population;
a) There will be one (1) finalist per Category which will receive a plaque of recognition and a cash prize.
b) A Best Report will be chosen from the shortlist by the Selection Committee. The Best Report will receive a cash prize, a plaque of appreciation and participate in a media-exchange to Colombia to learn about and compare the said country’s experience of peace processes with that of the Philippines and its own context.
c) There will also be a special awardee amongst reports made by women and youth which will also receive a cash prize and a plague of appreciation.
d) An author can only receive one award, regardless of the number of nominations.
e) All entries will receive a certification of recognition.
Nominations will be accepted after on and after The International Women’s Day on March 8, 2020
August 8, 2020
September 8, 2020.
1. Download the NOMINATION FORM below
2. Email accomplished forms to: email@example.com