- About NCF
- International Media Council
- Introduction to the International Media Awards
- Full List of International Media Awards winners, 2005-2013
- International Media Awards 2013 Winners
- Media Credibility Index 2011
- Media Credibility Index 2012
- Photos from the 2012 Media Awards Dinner
- The International Media Awards 2013: Nominations Shortlist
- NCF People
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The International Media Awards 2013 Winners Announced
This year's International Media Awards were an outstanding success, with some very inspiring winners:
Peace Through Media Award
PAT LANCASTER, editor of Middle East Magazine.
IGAL SARNA, columnist for Yediot Ahronot.
WAEL DAHDOUH, Al Jazeera correspondent in Gaza.
Photography and Visual Media Award
DON MCCULLIN, photojournalist and author.
BENJAMIN POGRUND, contributor for the Guardian and previous sub-editor on the Independentforeign desk.
The Cutting Edge Award
LINA SINJAB, Damascus correspondent for the BBC.
RACHEL SHABI, journalist and author of ‘Not the Enemy: Israel’s Jews from Arab Lands’
NABILA RAMDANI, columnist and broadcaster for BBC and Al Jazeera.
The New Media Award
MAHMOUD AL YOUSIF, blogger.
The Breakaway Award
GEORGE BUTLER, war artist.
Award for Outstanding Achievement
RANIA ALATTAR, journalist for BBC Arabic.
To find out more and to see videos of the evening go to www.internationalmediaawards.org
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