The entry period for the 2015 One World Media Awards is now closed. Shortlists in each category will be announced in late March.
Winners will be announced at the Awards ceremony, which will take place at BAFTA in London on Thursday 18th June. Tickets will go on sale via our website in mid-April.
Why enter the One World Media Awards?
From stories highlighting our common humanity to investigations that uncover hidden issues to reports that give a voice to the voiceless, the Awards are distinctive in that they recognise the vital work of journalists and filmmakers working on global issues. The aim is to encourage and increase more balanced and accurate media coverage of international stories to support cross-cultural understanding, inclusive development, good governance and democracy worldwide.
'The best thing about the Awards? They recognise, inspire and encourage the sort of thoughtful, responsible journalism that can make a difference. And in today's fast-paced news environment that is exactly the sort of journalism the world needs.'
-Natalia Antelava, winner of the 2013 Radio Award
Your work, if nominated by the judges, will be exposed to countless high-profile media professionals who volunteer their time to be judges for and attend our awards.
We’ll also feature it on our website, and, if nominated, promote it through our unique international network of journalists, filmmakers, commissioners, editors, NGOs, government and business professionals. If you win a One World Media Award, you will join the ranks of those select few who have been recognised over the past 27 years.
'The One World Media Awards are very important for recognising exceptional work by journalists and filmmakers in a rapidly changing media industry where such work might otherwise never get the recognition and exposure that it should.'
-Matthew VanDyke, winner of the 2014 Short Film Award
Past winners include:
Sri Lanka's Killing Fields, ITN for Channel 4
Television Award, 2012
Law Behind Bars, BBC World Service
Radio Award, 2014
HIGHRISE, National Film Board of Canada
Digital Media Award, 2011
Death Metal - Guardian Weekend Magazine
Press Award, 2013
Escape from the World's Most Dangerous Place - BBC 3
Popular Features Award, 2013
Africa Investigates: Spell of the Albino - Al Jazeera English
Children's Rights Award, 2012
International Journalist of the Year Award, 2012
Premium Times - Nigeria
Special Award, 2014