Entries close on November 29th, 2013. They will thereafter be assessed and sifted by the Preparatory Committee of judges, consulting widely. This committee will narrow the choice in each category to a maximum of six entries and make sure these are translated into English.
The Preparatory Committee’s choices and the resulting shortlists will be published on the European Press Prize website.
The main Panel of Judges will then meet to make its final selection of winners. The winners will be announced in the individual countries concerned. All winners will be asked to attend the awards ceremony and foundation conference in London on March 17 2014.
Entries should be submitted firstly digitally by completing the form on this website. Only complete forms can be entered for the prize. All entries should be accompanied by a synopsis in English (250 words maximum), explaining the theme of the article or articles, together with an assessment of its impact and public reception. The full text of the article(s) must be submitted in a Word document.
After the Preparatory Committee makes the first preliminary shortlist, journalists will be contacted to enter samples and evidence of the entered work. Examples are:
All printed material (when requested) should be send by post to the Bureau of the European Press Prize:
European Press Prize
Olympisch Stadion 39
1076 DE Amsterdam
For any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org