ADB Institute Opens Developing Asia Journalism Awards Competition is open for . The scholarship allows level programm(s) in the field of taught at . The deadline of the scholarship is .ADB Institute Opens Developing Asia Journalism Awards Competition
The Asian Development Bank Institute today opened the 2012 Developing Asia Journalism Awards (DAJA) competition with a call for submissions of articles by journalists working in developing Asia and the Pacific.
Deadline: 31 Aug 2012
Possible topic areas include issues such as climate change (droughts, flooding, sea-level rise, etc.); energy use/efficiency; renewable energy; water, waste, and forest management; sustainable transport; pollution; urban development; and others.
In assessing submissions an international panel of judges will give special focus to stories that investigate how these issues are impacting the lives of the poor—the 1.8 billion Asians living on less than $2 a day—and stories that explore new ideas or approaches to managing environmental challenges that may be of use to others in Asia and the Pacific.
The deadline for submission of articles to DAJA 2012 is 31 August 2012.
The panel of judges will select 25 finalists. Cash prizes will be awarded to one Winner, one First Runner-up, one Second Runner-up and one Young Development Journalist of the Year (under age 30 as of 31 August 2012). All finalists will be invited to the Asian Development Bank Institute in Tokyo in November 2012 for a special DAJA forum and awards ceremony.
For further details,visit