The Guardian International Development Journalism Competition


By amy_volunteering - Posted on 16 April 2012

The Guardian recognises that some issues faced by the developing world can be overlooked in the media.  In its fifth year of being run, the competition involves writing a feature 650-1000 words on 'an aspect of global poverty that deserves greater media exposure'.  Around 40 of the best entries will be published on The Guardian website, then 16 finalists (eight amateur, eight professional) will be flown to a developing country where they will be tasked with researching a new assignment.  Two winners will be chosen, and the finalist pieces will be published in two Guardian newspaper supplements. 

For more information on this competition, click here.