Amnesty International UK Media Awards 2012

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The Amnesty International UK Media Awards 2012 were opened in December 2012,[1] the short-list was published 25 April 2012[2] and the awards announced 29 May 2012.[3]

In total there were 12 awards made in the categories of Digital Media, Documentary, The Gaby Rado Memorial Award, International TV and Radio, Magazine (Consumer), Magazine (Newspaper Supplement), National Newspaper, Nations and Regions, Photojournalism, Radio, Student Human Rights Reporter Award and TV News.

The awards ceremony was hosted by Dermot Murnaghan.[4]

2012 Awards

The winners and runners up were:

2012
Category Title Organisation Journalists Refs
Digital media
Deaths in custody:
a case to answer
The Bureau of
Investigative Journalism
Iain Overton, Angus Stickler,
Dan Bell, Charlie Mole
[5][6]
[7]
The Execution of Troy Davis The Guardian Ed Pilkington, Guardian Digital Team [8][9]
[10][11]
Voices from Dark Places: Exposing the Crimes of the Assad Regime Al Jazeera Annasofie Flamand, Hugh Macleod
Judges: Anna Doble, Wesley Johnson, Sam Strudwick, Jody Thompson
Documentary
Enemies of the People (Voices from The Killing Fields) More4 Rob Lemkin, Stefan Ronowicz, Thet Sambath [12][13]
Give up Tomorrow BBC4 Storyville Michael Collins, Nick Fraser, Eric Daniel Metzgar,
Marty Syjuco
[14][15]
[16]
Sri Lanka's Killing Fields ITN Productions for
Channel 4
Callum Macrae,
Chris Shaw, Jon Snow
[17][18]
[19]
Judges: John Amaechi, Mike Blakemore, Clemency Burton-Hill, Alison Rooper, Kim Sengupta
Gaby Rado
Memorial Award
Horror in Homs Channel 4 News Mani[20][21] [18][22]
[23]
Midnight’s Children; Kenya is on the Brink of its own Disaster; ‘Bridenapping’: A Growing Hidden Crime Independent on Sunday Emily Dugan[24] [25][26]
[27]
Nigeria: Sex, Lies and Black Magic; Uganda’s Miracle Babies; Honduras: Diving into Danger Channel 4 Unreported World Jenny Kleeman [28][29]
[30]
Judges:Mike Blakemore, Janet Murray, Louis Rado, Ritula Shah, Jon Snow
International TV
and Radio
Bahrain: Shouting in the Dark Al Jazeera English Jon Blair,
May Ying Welsh
[31][32]
Assignment: Blasphemy: A Matter of Life and Death BBC World Service Caroline Finnigan, Bridget Harney, Jill McGivering, Bushra Taskeen [33][34]
[35]
Death in the Desert: A CNN Freedom Project Documentary CNN Sheri England, Mohamed Fahmy, Tim Lister, Earl Nurse, Frederik Pleitgen [36][37]
[38][39]
[40]
Judges: Jane Corbin, Mark Galloway, Flora Hunter, Sean Ryan, Thomas Schultz-Jagow
Magazines:
Consumer
Nature's defenders New Internationalist Vanessa Baird[41] [42][43]
[44]
The Art Issue: Art or Vandalism?
Russia's Robin Hood
China’s New Deal
Index on Censorship Yasmine El Rashidi, Nick Sturdee
Nick Sturdee
Simon Kirby
[45][46]
[47][48]
Judges: Richard Horton, Maggie Paterson, Rod Stanley, Emma Tucker, Jenny Wood
Magazines:
Newspaper supplements
The rape of men Observer Magazine Will Storr [49][50]
[51][52]
1,000,000 Ghosts of Baghdad Mail on Sunday
Live Magazine
Evan Williams [53]
Judges:Richard Horton, Maggie Paterson, Rod Stanley, Emma Tucker, Jenny Wood
National Newspapers
In Europe’s last Dictatorship all Opposition is Mercilessly Crushed;
‘My Husband Phoned to Say he was Going to the Sauna ... We Never Saw Him Again’
RBS Helped Bankroll Europe's Last Dictatorship
The Independent Jerome Taylor [54][55]
[56]
Investigation into Undercover
Policing of Protest
The Guardian Paul Lewis, Rob Evans [57][58]
[59][60]
[61][62]
We live in fear of a massacre The Sunday Times Marie Colvin [63][64]
[65]
Judges:Mike Blakemore, Jemima Khan, Iain Overton, Michelle Stanistreet, Joel Taylor
Nations and Regions
Gaddafi’s Secret Policemen
Came to Talk to Me
Sunday Herald David Pratt[66]
Torso in the Thames ITV London Tonight Ronke Phillips,
Faye Nickolds
[67][68]
[69]
Women of the
World’s Slums
Sunday Herald David Pratt[66] [70]
Judges:David Cornock, Helena Drakakis, Mike Gilson, Shabnum Mustapha, Naresh Puri
Photojournalism
A place to stay - Dale Farm The Times Mary Turner[71] [72][73]
[74]
Human Rights Abuses in Egypt NUJ Egyptian revolution exhibition Lewis Whyld[75]
The Rattle Of War And The Pain Of Hunger Guardian Robin Hammond[76]
Judges:Stuart Freedman, Colin Jacobson, Jenny Matthews, Maggie Paterson, Kelly Preedy
Radio
Afghanistan: Counting the Cost BBC Radio 4 Today and The World Tonight Nina Manwaring, Ceri Thomas, Mike Thomson
Victoria Derbyshire in
Guantanamo Bay
BBC Radio 5 Live Victoria Derbyshire,
Louisa Compton
[77][78]
[79][80]
Judges:Jane Anderson, Mike Blakemore, Henry Bonsu, Mariella Frostrup
Student Human Rights
Reporter Award
The curious case of
John Oguchuckwu
The Glasgow Guardian Amy Mackinnon [81][82]
Democracy Criminalised in East Jerusalem Brig Newspaper (Stirling University’s Online Student Voice)[83] Boel Marcks Von Wurtemberg [84]
Living in Exile Life 360: Cardiff University’s International Journalism Magazine[85] Paul Dharamraj [86]
Judges:Nes Cazimoglu, Sean Coughlan, Guy Gunaratne, Hannah Livingstone, Sophie Mei Lan, Yasser Ranjha, Hannah Shaw
Television News
Battle for Misrata ITV News John Irvine, Arti Lukha,
Sean Swan, Tim Singleton, Deborah Turness
[87][88]
Horror in Homs Channel 4 News Agnieszka Liggett, “Mani”, Jonathan Miller, Nevine Mabro, Teresa Smith [89][90]
[18][91][22]
[20][23][21]
Undercover in Homs BBC Newsnight Sue Lloyd-Roberts,
Amanda Gunn
[92][93]
Judges:Mike Blakemore, Lyse Doucet, Julie Etchingham, Tim Miller, Mike Radford

See also

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External links

  • Amnesty International UK (AIUK) website
  • Amnesty International UK Media Awards at the AIUK Website
  • Amnesty International Website
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