10 May 2007
 
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Enter The Inquirer Award Contest

Print and television journalists from Jordan, Lebanon Syria and Palestine are invited to submit entries for The Inquirer Award 2007, the investigative reporter of the year award. The contest aims to reward journalists who can demonstrate an ability to analyze a significant issue that is relevant to the region and its people.

Beside receiving The Inquirer Award 2007, the first place winner for the best investigative report for the print media and the first place winner for the best investigative report for television will enjoy an all-expense paid study tour for one week in the UK.
 
The Award project is a media initiative funded by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in co-ordination with The Thomson Foundation. The Thomson Foundation is a non-profit organisation that provides practical, intensive training to journalists, managers, technicians and production staff in television, radio and the press.
 
The deadline for receiving all entries is 28 December 2007.
 
For more information and to download the application forms, please click on the link below:
 http://www.britishembassy.gov.uk/servlet/Front?pagename=OpenMarket/Xcelerate/ShowPage&c=Page&cid=1065717630845