DEADLINE: JANUARY 31, 2021 — The TRACE Foundation is now accepting entries for the 2021 Prize for Investigative Reporting.
The TRACE Prize for Investigative Reporting recognizes contents that uncover business-related bribery and financial crime with the goal of increasing commercial transparency and good governance.
Nominees may be print, broadcast or online reporters from any country who have investigated commercial bribery schemes, business activities that create serious conflicts of interest or similar commercial misconduct.
Entries must have appeared in print, online or broadcast media during 2020.
Any entry not originally written or produced in English must be accompanied by a translation.
Two winners will receive a cash prize of US$10,000 each at an award ceremony hosted by TRACE.
Two honourable mentions will also receive US$1,000 each.
Submissions will be accepted through 31 January 2021.
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