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With a view to providing maximum encouragement to organisations and individuals interested in presenting German affairs to Australian audiences, the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany and the National Press Club are once again offering a grant to Australian Journalists.
GERMAN GRANT FOR JOURNALISM 2013
Awarded by the Federal Republic of Germany
An invitation to all Australian journalists and media representatives
The German Embassy invites you to design a media project with a focus on Germany for the opportunity to win the “German Grant for Journalism 2013”.
This grant has been offered annually by the German Embassy Canberra and the National Press Club of Australia for over 25 years. The aim is to provide Australian journalists with the chance to explore issues relevant to Germany and present them to Australian audiences.
The competition is open for all Australian journalists and media representatives.
This year’s motto is: Germany in Asia
Interested journalists should submit a comprehensive, well developed outline of your journalistic project to the National Press Club of Australia. Factors such as the detail of the project outline, originality and contextuality of the basic subject matter and the prospects of successful completion and publication will be taken into account.
Three hard copies of the application including attachments are required, along with a brief CV and a description of your professional career. Furthermore, a letter from your editor is needed to confirm that your project will be supported and published. Please indicate how and where you intend to publish or broadcast your project.
The winner will be selected by an assessment panel consisting of representatives of the National Press Club and the Embassy, and is offered a 10 days research trip to Germany, funded and supported by the German Government.
Travel expenses to and from Australia (Business-Class), as well as all costs of travel, accommodation, meals and interpreter/guide services within Germany will be covered for up to 10 days. A program will be organised in accordance with the submitted entry.
Furthermore, the winner is free to extend the trip to other European countries, or to EU institutions in Brussels on his or her own expense.
Please submit your application to the National Press Club of Australia by April 30, 2013.
The organisers encourage all journalists and media representatives to participate in this year's special competition and to pass on the information to colleagues.
For further information please contact the German Embassy Press Section, Mr Hubertus Klink phone: 02- 6270 1936, fax: 02-6270 1951, e-mail: email@example.com
GERMAN GRANT FOR JOURNALISM WINNERS
1999 MARIA ZIJLSTRA ABC RADIO
2000 KRISTA HUGHES AAP
2001/02 SUSAN WYNDHAM SYDNEY MORNING HERALD
2003 SUSAN WYNDHAM SYDNEY MORNING HERALD
2004 SIMON GROSE CANBERRA TIMES
2005 CHERELLE MURPHY AUSTRALIAN FINANCIAL REVIEW
2006 SOPHIE MORRIS AUSTRALIAN FINANCIAL REVIEW
2007 CHRIS JOHNSON THE WEST AUSTRALIAN
2008 DANIELLE CRONIN CANBERRA TIMES
2009 STEVEN SCOTT AUSTRALIAN FINANCIAL REVIEW
2010 KIERAN GILBERT SKY NEWS AUSTRALIA
2011 DAVID CROWE AUSTRALIAN FINANCIAL REVIEW
2012 MICHAEL SHIRREFS ABC RADIO NATIONAL http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/creativeinstinct/features/who-is-germany/