Multicultural media is defined as any media outlet or organisation publishing in a language other than English or catering to specific multicultural communities.
The following categories are only open to multicultural media.
A story that investigates an issue overlooked by mainstream media, or that has great community impact.
An editorial or commentary that presents a convincing and compelling perspective on an issue of importance to the community.
An image that makes a strong statement or commentary on multiculturalism. Inclusion of the photographer’s or artist’s name is compulsory.
The creative use of news media to report on community issues.
The creative use of radio media to report on community issues.
The creative use of community radio or TV media to report on community issues.
The creative use of new media to report on community issues.
The use of typography, art, images and layout in conveying the publication’s editorial message.
For excellence in implementing the fundamental principles of journalism, exceptional writing skills, and the ability to produce work that pushes the boundaries of the profession.
The Judging Panel may decide to honour an individual with a Lifetime Achievement Award.By discretion of the Judging Panel
The following categories are open to all media
An article that explores an issue in depth or tells a story arising from the cultural diversity of Australian society in a fresh or innovative way.
An article that analyses, amplifies, promotes the benefits or questions aspects of cultural diversity or policies of multiculturalism.
Best Student Work Promoting Harmony and Cultural DiversityThe best piece of student journalism promoting community harmony and cultural diversity.Open to high school, university, TAFE and private college students in NSW
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