Winners of the Awards 2018

Selected by our preparatory committee

The
Distinguished
Reporting
Award
The
Distinguished
Reporting
Award 2018 Winner

The human catcher

— by Michael Obert, published by Süddeutsche Zeitung Magazin, Germany

The
Distinguished
Reporting
Award 2018 Nominees

The Demons of Lake Chad

— by Xavier Aldekoa, published by Revista Gatopardo, Spain

The Great British Brexit Robbery: how our democracy was hijacked

— by Carole Cadwalladr, published by The Observer, United Kingdom

Hard to save someone when life is flooding the landing and dripping from 5th floor to the 4th

— by Paweł Kapusta, published by Magazyn Wirtualnej Polski, Poland

“Oh Lord, I hope that you can forgive me. I want a new life” – The Murder of Nercy

— by Ida Nyegård Espersen, published by Jyllands-Posten, Denmark

500 years later the Habibs are looking for a house in Portugal

— by Catarina Gomes, published by Público, Portugal

Story without an ending

— by Cathrin Kahlweit, published by Sueddeutsche Zeitung, Germany

The
Innovation
Award
The
Innovation
Award 2018 Winner

Bureau Local

— by Megan Lucero, Maeve McClenaghan, Gareth Davies, Charles Boutaud, Kirsty Styles, published by www.thebureauinvestigates.com, United Kingdom

The
Innovation
Award 2018 Nominees

Enslaved Land

— by Raúl Sánchez González, Juan Luis Sánchez, Esther Alonso, José Luis Sanz, Belén Picazo, Ximena Villagrán, Iván M. García, Laura Olías, Nelsón Rauda, Gabriel Labrador, Víctor Peña, Daniel Valencia, María Isabel Magaña, Alex Cedric Coulibaly, Alejandro Navarro, David Conde, David Ruiz, Ángel Pérez and Arnau Sans, published by eldiario.es - Spain, El Faro - El Salvador, La Sexta - Spain, Plaza Pública - Guatemala, Cíper - Chile,

Finding Bana; Proving the Existence of a 7-Year-Old Girl in Eastern Aleppo

— by Nicholas Waters and Timmi Allen, published by Bellingcat, United Kingdom

The Smuggling Game

— by Lin Taylor and Valeria Cardi, published by The Thomson Reuters Foundation News, United Kingdom

Damned Hoax

— by Clara Jiménez Cruz, Julio Montes Moreno, David Fernández, Nacho Calle, Antonio Maestre, Mario Vera, Carlos Hernández-Echevarría and Javier Calvo, published by maldita.es, Spain

Jailed For A Like

— by Natalia Antelava, Katerina Ponomareva, Alexandra Filippova, Sofiya Voznaya, Uch A and Katerina Patin, published by Coda Story, Georgia

The
Investigative
Reporting
Award
The
Investigative
Reporting
Award 2018 Winner

Monsanto Papers

— by Stephane Foucart and Stephane Horel, published by Le Monde, France

The
Investigative
Reporting
Award 2018 Nominees

Sex abuse scandal in French Catholic Church

— by Mathieu Martiniere, Daphné Gastaldi and Mathieu Périsse, published by Mediapart, France

The Malta Files

— by Craig Shaw, Zeynep Şentek (Initiators, TheBlackSea.eu), Rafael Buschmann (Initiator, Der Spiegel), published by EIC. Network,

Behind the Walls of Silence

— by Till Krause and Hannes Grassegger, published by Süddeutsche Zeitung Magazin, Germany

Satan’s hand: Russian meddling behind Budapest’s metro chaos

— by Szabolcs Panyi, published by VSquare.org and Index.hu, Hungary

Legend of Judge Arthur

— by Natalie Sedletska and Oleksandr Chornovalov, published by UA:First and radiosvoboda.org, Ukraine

The
Opinion
Award
The
Opinion
Award 2018 Winner

The third shooting of the boy Petar from Konjic

— by Dragan Bursac, published by Al Jazeera Balkans, Bosnia and Herzegovina

The
Opinion
Award 2018 Nominees

Attention! These images no longer have an emotional impact on you: the victim is stupid, hypocritical, vicious and slutty

— by Ruxandra Burcescu, published by Republica.ro, Romania

Everyday sexism, sexual harassment and the need for a new feminism

— by Maria Louka, published by Insidestory.gr and Vimagazino, Greece

Six articles about Brexit

— by John Harris, published by The Guardian, United Kingdom

Should media report differently in the wake of attacks? Think about it and join the discussion!

— by David Van Reybrouck, published by De Correspondent, Netherlands

We, terror-helpers

— by Bastian Berbner, published by DIE ZEIT, Germany

The
Special
Award
The
Special
Award 2018 Winner

This crime only requires poverty, internet, and a distant buyer

— by Ida Nyegård Espersen, published by Jyllands-Posten, Denmark

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