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One World Media Awards : 7 May

One World Media Awards : 7 May

Latinos in London Magazine is happy to be involved this year as special guest at One world media awards 2014 to support all press around the world and our Latin american journalist Guillermo Galdos from Peru nominated this year as International Journalist , also including short films and different reports related with our latin american countries.

This year the latin american journalist and reports involved to get this award are:

-Guillermo Galdos (Peru)- Channel 4 News
-The Deported: Life On The Wrong Side Of The Border For Repatriated Mexicans - Buzzfeed.com
-Hip-Hop, mi desahogo (Hip-Hop, my release) – Simon Rasing, University of Manchester

The annual One World Media Awards is one of the foremost awards events in the UK. It rewards the most outstanding coverage of the developing world and recognises the unique role of journalists and filmmakers in increasing cultural understanding and promoting fairness and justice worldwide.
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OWMA are happy to announce the top contenders in each of the categories for this year’s Awards. View the full list for details on all nominees as well as the distinguished judges in each category. Winners in each category will be announced at the 2014 awards ceremony on 6th May at Kings Place in London - a limited number of tickets to attend the Awards are on sale now.

This year we've launched the Corruption Reporting Award sponsored by Transparency International and the Short Film Award, alongside our long-standing categories such as Press, Radio, Documentary and International Journalist of the Year.

'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, in my view, exactly the sort of journalism the world needs.'
-Natalia Antelava, winner of the 2013 Radio Award

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 and encourage the vital work of journalists in this field. The aim is to increase the exposure and scope of international coverage to support inclusive development, good governance and democracy worldwide.

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