African Fact-checking Awards and Grants for Africa Journalists

African Fact-checking Awards and Grants for Africa Journalists

African Fact-checking Awards and Grants for Africa Journalists

Nominations are now open for African Fact-checking Awards 2019 to honour journalism by Africa-based media in the growing field of fact-checking.

They continue to grow. In 2018, they received over 150 entries from more than 20 countries, from Ethiopia and Nigeria to Egypt, South Africa and Zimbabwe.

In their inaugural year, they received entries from more than 40 journalists across 10 countries.

Categories

  • This year’s categories include:
  • Fact-check of the year by a working journalist
  • Fact-check of the year by a student
  • One runner-up in each of the two categories above.

    Award Information

    The winner of the awards for best fact-checking report by a working journalist will get a prize of $2,000, while the runner-up will be awarded $1,000.

    The winner of the award for best fact-checking report by a student journalist will get a prize of $1,000, and the runner-up $500.

    Eligibility Criteria

    Best fact-checking report by a working journalist:

    To be eligible, the entry must be an original piece of fact-checking journalism first published or broadcast between 1 September 2018 and 30 June 2019, by a media house based in Africa.

    The work may be published in print or online, broadcast on the radio or television or published in a blog. Reports published by Africa Check are not eligible for the competition.

    Best fact-checking report by a student journalist:

    To be eligible, the candidate must have attended a journalism school in Africa at some period between 1 September 2018 and 30 June 2019.

    The entry must be an original piece of fact-checking journalism, produced as course work or first published or broadcast between 1 September 2018 and 30 June 2019, in a blog, student publication or by a media house based in Africa.

    The work may be published in print or online, broadcast on the radio or television or published in a blog. Reports published by Africa Check are not eligible for the competition.

    Candidates can only enter for the awards in one category per year, but can submit more than one report if they choose.

    Judging Process

  • The entries will be judged on the following four criteria:
  • The significance for wider society of the claim investigated
  • How the claim was tested against the available evidence
  • How well the piece presented the evidence for and against the claim
  • The impact that the publication had on public debate on the topic.

    For more information and application details, see; African Fact-checking Awards and Grants for Africa Journalists

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