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Orwellova cena 2015 - Orwell prize Award – Vítězové

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V roce 2015 budou vítězové jmenováni na slavnostním ceremoniálu dne 21. května 2015.
Cena mimo jiné ukazuje na propastný rozdíl v kvalitě žurnalistické práce v českých a britských médiích, ale i na negativní přístup českých médiíí k zveřejňovaní pravdivých informací.
Ze stovky návrhů bylo vybráno 12 knih, 15 novinářů a 14 aktivistů ze sociální sféry.

Vítězové:

Private Island coverOrwell Prize –  Book Prize
James Meek, PRIVATE ISLAND: WHY BRITAIN NOW BELONGS TO SOMEONE ELSE (Verso)

Orwell Prize – Journalism Prize
Martin Chulov, The Guardian / více Guardian >>

Orwell Prize – Prize for Exposing Britain’s Social Evils
Alison Holt, Care of the elderly and vulnerable / více článek >>


 


Book Prize – finalisti – short list:

Capital cover

Capital
Rana Dasgupta

Canongate

When Rana Dasgupta arrived in Delhi at the turn of the twenty-first century, he had no intention of staying for long, but the city beguiled him – he ‘fell in love and

Hack Attack cover

Hack Attack
Nick Davies

Chatto & Windus

At first, it seemed like a small story. The royal editor of the News of the World was caught listening to the voicemail messages of staff at Buckingham Palace. In 2007 he and a

In Plain Sight cover

In Plain Sight
Dan Davies

Quercus

Dan Davies has spent more than a decade on a quest to find the real Jimmy Savile, and interviewed him extensively over a period of seven years before his death. In the

Modernity Britain cover

Modernity Britain
David Kynaston

Bloomsbury

The late 1950s was an action-packed, often dramatic time in which the contours of modern Britain began to take shape. These were the ‘never had it so good’ years, when the Carry On film

Private Island cover

Private Island: Why Britain Now Belongs to Someone Else
James Meek

Verso

In a little over a generation the bones and sinews of the British economy – rail, energy, water, postal services, municipal housing – have been sold to remote, unaccountable private owners, often

People's Republic of Amnesia cover

The People's Republic of Amnesia
Louisa Lim

Oxford University Press

On June 4, 1989, People’s Liberation Army soldiers opened fire on unarmed civilians in Beijing, killing untold hundreds of people. A quarter-century later, this defining event remains buried in China’s modern history,

Journalism Prize – finalisti – shortlist:
Rosie Blau, The Economist
Martin Chulov, The Guardian
Rebecca Omonira-Oyekanmi, OpenDemocracy.net, Lacuna, New Statesman
Mary Riddell, The Daily Telegraph
Peter Ross, Scotland on Sunday
Kim Sengupta, The Independent

Prize for Exposing Britain’s Social Evils – finalisti – shortlist:
George Arbuthnott, Slaves in peril on the sea
Aditya Chakrabortty and Guardian team, London’s housing crisis
Alison Holt, Care of the elderly and vulnerable
Nick Mathiason, A great British housing crisis
Randeep Ramesh, Casino-style gambling
Mark Townsend, Serco: A hunt for the truth inside Yarl’s Wood



Book Prize longlist:

Jamie Bartlett, THE DARK NET (William Heinemann)

John Campbell, ROY JENKINS (Jonathan Cape)

Rana Dasgupta, CAPITAL: THE ERUPTION OF DELHI (Canongate)

Dan Davies, IN PLAIN SIGHT: THE LIFE AND LIES OF JIMMY SAVILE (Quercus)

Nick Davies, HACK ATTACK (Chatto & Windus)

Robert Ford and Matthew Goodwin, REVOLT ON THE RIGHT (Routledge)

Zia Haider Rahman, IN THE LIGHT OF WHAT WE KNOW (Pan Macmillan)

David Kynaston, MODERNITY BRITAIN (Bloomsbury)

Louisa Lim, THE PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF AMNESIA (Oxford University Press)

David Marquand, MAMMON’S KINGDOM: AN ESSAY ON BRITAIN, NOW (Penguin)

James Meek, PRIVATE ISLAND: WHY BRITAIN NOW BELONGS TO SOMEONE ELSE (Verso)

Lara Pawson, IN THE NAME OF THE PEOPLE: ANGOLA’S FORGOTTEN MASSACRE (I. B. Tauris)

Journalism Prize longlist:

Ian Birrell, Mail On Sunday, The Guardian

Rosie Blau, The Economist

Martin Chulov, The Guardian

David Gardner, The Financial Times

Anthony Loyd, The Times

James Meek, London Review of Books

Suzanne Moore, The Guardian

Rebecca Omonira-Oyekanmi, OpenDemocracy.net, Lacuna, New Statesman

Melanie Phillips, The Times, The Spectator

David Pilling, Financial Times

Steve Richards, The Independent

Mary Riddell, The Daily Telegraph

Peter Ross, Scotland on Sunday

Clare Sambrook, OpenDemocracy.net

Kim Sengupta, The Independent

Prize for Exposing Britain’s Social Evils longlist:

George Arbuthnott, Slaves in peril on the sea

Lucy Bannerman, FGM: Child abuse that’s gone mainstream

Michael Buchanan and Andy McNicoll, Mental health crisis

Aditya Chakrabortty and Guardian team, London’s housing crisis

Steve Connor, The lost girls

Edward Docx, Walking with Karl

Alison Holt, Care of the elderly and vulnerable

Nick Mathiason, A great British housing crisis

Lindsay Pantry, Loneliness: The hidden epidemic

Lindsay Poulton and Guardian team, The shirt on your backs

Randeep Ramesh, Casino-style gambling

Louise Tickle, Domestic abuse: How victims are failed by society and the state

Times team, Secrets of Britain’s teen terror trade uncovered

Mark Townsend, Serco: A hunt for the truth inside Yarl’s Wood

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