Keynote speech Natalie Nougayrède at the 2019 Award Ceremony

Short films winners European Press Prize 2019

Aftermovie European Press Prize 2019

These are the winners of the European Press Prize 2019

Shortlist category: Innovation

Forbidden Stories

‘Erdogan’s Endgame’ (Der Spiegel)

‘The Drums of Democracy’ (Are We Europe)

‘Palmyra, the other side’ (Süddeutsche Zeitung Magazin, El País Semanal)

‘Radmesser’ (Tagesspiegel)

‘Elections clouds cleared: Which party, which candidate says what?’ (P24)

Last year’s winner: Bureau Local

Shortlist category: Distinguished Reporting

‘Gaza. It’s time for change.’ (La Repubblica, Yedioth Ahronoth)

‘I’m going for an HIV’ (Novaya Gazeta)

‘If We Were Roma, We Would Not Come Back from Britain’ (.týždeň)

‘Prisoners of the fourth floor’ (Pismo. Magazyn Opinii)

‘Viktor Orbán’s reckless football obsession’ (The Guardian)

‘Fifty-Six Days of Separation’ (Der Spiegel)

Last year’s winner: ‘The Human Catcher’ by Michael Obert

Shortlist category: Opinion

‘Use Article 7 against my country’ (The New Federalist)

‘Let’s continue talking about murder, not Fico’s media tyranny’ (SME)

‘Trial Runs for Fascism Are In Full Flow’ (The Irish Times)

‘Someone I wish I hadn’t known’ (De Correspondent)

‘The end of Atlanticism: has Trump killed the ideology that won the cold war?’ (The Guardian)

Last year’s winner: ‘The third shooting of the boy Petar from Konjic’ by Dragan Bursac

Shortlist category: Investigative Reporting

‘Myanmar Burning’ (Reuters)

‘Putin’s Bodyguards Rewarded with Land and Power’ (Novaya Gazeta)

‘Unmasking the Salisbury Poisoning Suspects: A Four-Part Investigation’ (Bellingcat)

‘Propaganda War in Europe: The Far-Right Media’ (Falter)

‘Money Laundering at Danske Bank’ (Berlingske)

‘Windrush Scandal’ (The Guardian)

Last year’s winner: ‘The Monsanto Papers’ by Stéphane Horel and Stéphane Foucart

General links

Shortlist European Press Prize 2019

Panel of Judges

Preparatory Committee