The One World Media Awards ceremony has been running since 1988. Since then it has grown into a mainstream awards event, supported across the media industry. Find out more about some of the most recent ceremonies below - including who won, and what happened at the ceremonies.
The 2012 Awards ceremony was a special celebration marking One World Media's 25th anniversary year, with over 350 people from across the media, development and NGO sectors in attendance.
2011 saw another inspiring evening as Jon Snow returned to present the Awards ceremony. The audience was also joined by keynote speaker Alan Duncan MP, Minister of State at the UK Department for International Development.
The One World Media Awards in 2010 took place at Kings Place in London. Jon Snow returned to present the ceremony while the keynote speaker was the Rt Hon Lord Malloch-Brown, formerly Minister of State for Africa, Asia and the UN, and then Vice-Chairman of the World Economic Forum.
The 2009 One World Media Awards took place at The Brewery on Chiswell Street in London, presented for the first time by Fergal Keane. Once again, over 400 figures from the media industry, international development sector, and government were in attendance to celebrate the most outstanding media coverage of the developing world over the last year.
The One World Media Awards 2008 took place at the New Connaught Rooms in Covent Garden, London. Again, the ceremony was a sell-out, with over 400 media figures, government officials and NGO representatives attending. It was also the first year that the ceremony was broadcast on BBC World News, to a global audience of millions.
The 2007 One World Media Awards ceremony took place at Porchester Hall in Bayswater, London. It was attended by around 400 leading UK filmmakers, broadcasters, and NGO representatives.
The winners of the 2006 One World Media Awards were announced in June at Porchester Hall in London. Jon Snow of Channel 4 News arrived just in time to present the awards, with the help of an ITN helicopter, while the keynote speech was delivered over a video link by the renowned economist Jeffrey Sachs.
The One World Media Awards in 2005 was another highly successful event. Held at the Marriott Hotel in London, it brought together a host of media professionals, broadcasters, development specialists and NGO representatives to acclaim the winners in the 12 categories.
The One World Media Awards 2004 took place at the Marriott Hotel in Grosvenor Square, London. Jon Snow hosted the event once again, and the ceremony also featured satirists John Bird and John Fortune.
The 2003 One World Media Awards were presented at the Marriott Hotel in London by Jon Snow. Jeremy Hardy, the comedian and broadcaster, gave a special introduction to the ceremony.