The Free Press Award in the category Most Resilient Journalist is presented to a journalist who has demonstrated extraordinary strength of character, courage and perseverance in reporting the news.
Nominees of the Most Resilient Journalist have often faced imprisonment, violence and censorship for doing their job. They have shown a strong commitment to press freedom and independent information, and are generally highly-regarded journalists who are willing to risk their life or their freedom in order to keep the public informed.
They produce their work in the face of government oppression, political pressure, intimidation, physical violence and other obstacles. The Most Resilient Journalist Award honours journalists who risk everything to bring the news, media pioneers who pave the way for equality and justice and those who persevere under the most difficult circumstances.
In recognition of his or her achievements, the winner of the Most Resilient Journalist Award will receive a cash prize.
- A nomination for yourself will not be taken into consideration;
- You can only choose one category for your nominee, nominations for both categories will not be taken into consideration.
The deadline for submitting the nominations is 15-Sep-21.