John Harris

John Harris is a journalist and author whose work appears regularly in The Guardian, for whom he has worked since 2005. His writing mixtures commentary and reportage, and tends to focus on the gap between politics and everyday life, along with the economic factors that inform rising public disconnection from the political process. He is the author of two acclaimed books – The Last Party (2003), and So Now Who Do We Vote For? (2005), and a regular voice on BBC-radio, and is also the co-creator of The Guardian’s video series Anywhere But Westminster, which has pioneered a model of political journalism deliberately rooted well away from centres of power.

John Harris was selected for the 2017 European Press Prize shortlist with ‘If you’ve got money, you vote in … if you haven’t got money, you vote out’ and for the 2018 shortlist with ‘Six articles about Brexit

Maria Louka

Maria Louka has studied psychology at Panteion University, Athens and works as a journalist. She has worked with VICE Greece and VICE NEWS, Epsilon (Sunday supplement of Eleytherotypia daily), Stokokkino 105.5 Radio, protagon gr,  ΒΗΜΑgazino (Sunday supplement of Vima newspaper) and Inside Story. She was part of the investigative team for the documentary ‘The Tribes of Athens (ΕΡΤ), for the documentary Beyond Gender Greece (ANT1) and for the documentary series Football Legends (Cosmote TV).  She is also member of Depression Era Project . Her pieces have appeared at Bozar Gallery, Museum of Photography Thessaloniki (exhibition “Another Life”), Crete (Med Photo Festival). She was the recipient of the Eleni Vlachou Journalism Award in 2013.

Maria Louka has been nominated 4 times for the European Press Prize –  in 2014, 2015 and 2016 and 2018