Transparency International Sponsors Corruption Reporting Award

December 17, 2013 - 9:49am

Transparency International is sponsoring a Corruption Reporting award as part of the 2014 One World Media Awards. The goal is to highlight and encourage the coverage of corruption around the world.

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The 2014 Awards are now open for entries, with a closing deadline of January 29. Click here to see how to enter and here to see all this year's categories, which include the first Transparency International-sponsored corruption reporting award. More information on the award is available here on Transparency International's website.

The award is open to all broadcast, online and print media that deals with any aspect of corruption, including investigative reports and features that show the effects of corruption on individuals or society.

Corruption is defined as the abuse of entrusted power for private gain, including everything from grand larceny to petty bribery.

There will be an award ceremony in London on May 6.

 

 

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