Winners of the Awards 2016

The
Commentator
Award
The
Commentator
Award 2016 Winner

Gideon Rachman Commentary

— by Gideon Rachman, published by Financial Times, United Kingdom

The
Commentator
Award 2016 Nominees

The Monster and Us

— by Maria Louka, published by Sto Kokkino, Greece

Commentaries on Same Sex Marriage in Ireland

— by Fintan O'Toole, published by The Irish Times, Ireland

Commentaries on the Refugee Crisis

— by Eric Frey, published by Der Standard, Austria

How the Story of the Left Disappeared

— by Caroline de Gruyter, published by NRC Handelsblad, The Netherlands

The
Distinguished
Writing
Award
The
Distinguished
Writing
Award 2016 Winner

The Fear-Sick Ward

— by Justyna Kopińska, published by Duzy Format (Gazeta Wyborcza), Poland

The
Distinguished
Writing
Award 2016 Nominees

Why the Beggars Come

— by Magda Gad, published by Expressen, Sweden

The Struggle for Mali

— by Paul Raymond and Jack Watling, published by The Guardian, United Kingdom

The Lions of Sinjar

— by Jonathan Stock, published by Der Spiegel, Germany

No Criminal Record

— by Elena Stancu, published by Esquire Romania, Romania

The Road of Fear

— by Wolfgang Bauer, published by Die Zeit, Germany

The
Innovation
Award
The
Innovation
Award 2016 Winner

Killing and Dying for Allah – Five Portuguese Members of Islamic State

— by Raquel Moleiro, Hugo Franco, Joana Beleza, published by Expresso, Portugal

The
Innovation
Award 2016 Nominees

ANGST

— by Jennifer Wilton and Team, published by Welt.de, Germany

The Downloaders

— by Håkon Høydal, Einar Otto Stangvik and Natalie Remøe Hansen, published by Verdens Gang, Norway

#Wherethechildrensleep

— by Carina Bergfeldt and Magnus Wennman, published by Aftonbladet, Sweden

Medicamentalia: Third World Treatments ¿First World Prices?

— by Eva Belmonte Belda, published by Fundacion Civio, Spain

E-Waste Republic

— by Jacopo Ottaviani, published by Internazionale, El Pais, Al Jazeera, Oneworld,

The
Investigative
Reporting
Award
The
Investigative
Reporting
Award 2016 Winner

Those Who have been Raped raise your hand

— by Marion Quillard, published by Revue XXI, France

“For the UN, “Congo is the rape capital of the world”. Attracted by the huge budgets at stake, dozens of humanitarian organisations have launched themselves into the ‘market’. In Bukavu, in the east of the country, rape has become big business.”
The
Investigative
Reporting
Award 2016 Nominees

Opening the Black Box of Egypt’s Slush funds

— by Nizar Manek and Jeremy Hodge, published by Africa Confidential (Angaza File special report), United Kingdom

Besondere Verdienste

— by Jürgen Dahlkamp, Sven Becker, Gunther Latsch, Walter Mayr and Jörg Schmitt, published by Der Spiegel, Germany

The FIFA Scandal

— by Jonathan Calvert, George Arbuthnott, Heidi Blake and Bojan Pancevski, published by The Sunday Times, United Kingdom

Swiss Leaks: Murky Cash Sheltered by Bank Secrecy

— by Mar Cabra, published by International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, Le Monde, The Guardian and 38 European media, Spain

The Values of the Clan

— by Roman Anin in cooperation with FBK, published by Novaya Gazeta, Russian Federation

Land Grabbing in the EU: How Rabobank is Profiting of Theft and Abuse in Romania

— by Luke Dale - Harris and Sorin Semeniuc, published by De Correspondent, The Netherlands

How the Son-in-Law of Hungary’s Prime Minister Benefited from EU Funds

— by Anita Vorák, published by Direkt36, Hungary

The
Special
Award
The
Special
Award 2016 Winner

The Wetsuitman

— by Anders Fjellberg and Tomm W. Christiansen, published by Dagbladet, Norway

In the Promised Land

— by Amrai Coen and Henning Sussebach, published by Die Zeit, Germany

Off to Europe

— by Gert van Langendonck, published by NRC, The Netherlands

The
Special
Award 2016 Nominees

A Syrian Ode to Joy

— by Bostjan Videmsek, published by DELO, Slovenia

An Aegean Journey of Despair

— by Ioannis Papadopoulos, published by Kathimerini, Greece

Spinning the Crisis: how the Hungarian Government Played Europe’s Migrant Influx

— by Daniel Nolan, published by Vice News, The Guardian, The Telegraph, Hungary

Arme Schweine

— by Dialika Neufeld, published by Der Spiegel, Germany