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Bruce Jesson Awards

Bruce Jesson Awards


The Bruce Jesson Foundation recently announced its 2014 Journalism Awards:

• The Senior Journalism Award of $4000 for a proposed work of "critical, informed, analytical and creative journalism or writing that will contribute to public debate in NZ on an important issue or issues" was awarded to Max Rashbrooke for an e-book on wealth inequality in NZ;


• The Emerging Journalism Award of $1000 for "outstanding published work of critical, informed, analytical and creative journalism or writing by NZ print journalism students which will contribute to public debate in New Zealand on an important issue or issues" was awarded to Chloe Winter of Massey University, Wellington, for her article "War against killers we face at work", published in the Herald on Sunday on 3 November 2013.

The Trustees congratulate the recipients for their success and the other entrants for the high standard of their work.

2014 Lecture - Mike Joy

The Awards were announced at the conclusion of the 2014 Bruce Jesson Lecture, delivered by Mike Joy. Entitled 'Paradise Squandered; New Zealand’s Environmental Asset Stripping', this lecture is essential reading for anyone who cares about environmental degradation in NZ. It is now available for download here.


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