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Daniel Berehulak, from the reportage They Are Slaughtering Us Like Animals, winner of the Master Award section of the Word.Report Award 2017 | Documenting Humanity. © Daniel BerehulakDaniel Berehulak, from the reportage They Are Slaughtering Us Like Animals, winner of the Master Award section of the Word.Report Award 2017 | Documenting Humanity. © Daniel Berehulak.

World.Report Award 2018

The Festival of Ethical Photography presents the eighth edition of the World.Report Award | Documenting Humanity (WRA 2018). The participation is open to all photographers with no limits: the only one is that the projects submitted must be in the field of social photojournalism and/or documentaristic. To submit the reportage the official form available here must be used.
The World.Report Award 2018 is divided in six sections: Master Award, Spot Light Award, Short Story Award, Single Shot Award, Student Award and No Profit Award. Let's see them in detail:

Master Award: this section is open to all photographers, with no restriction of any kind. Reportages must consist of minimum 20 and maximum 40 images. The prize will be of 6,000 € gross cash.

Spot Light Award: this section is open to all photographers who did not receive one of the following awards before the 1st of April 2017: World Press Photo, W. Eugene Smith Grant in Humanistic Photography, Pulitzer Prize, POYi Picture of the Year and World.Report Award, with exception for the multimedia category. Reportages must consist of minimum 20 and maximum 40 images. The photographers, who apply to this session, can also apply to the Master Award session. The prize will be of 3,000 € gross cash.

Short Story Award: this section is open to all photographers, with no restriction of any kind. Reportages must consist of minimum 5 and maximum 10 images. The prize will be of 1,500 € gross cash.

Single Shot Award: launched last year, this section is open to all photographers with no limitations and it will focus on the image’s ability to convey a powerful message, embodying the theme in a single shot. The theme for the 2018 Single Shot section is Giving voice to values, giving voice to hope and aims to illustrate the Great Planet of social and human ideals which represent the main engine for change. There will be three prizes for this section, that is: first prize 1.000 € gross cash, second prize 600 € gross cash, third prize 500 € gross cash. The top 30 finalists of this section will have their photos exhibited during the 2018 edition of the Festival. They will be included in a catalogue and in a calendar specifically printed for this section.

Student Award: launched this year, this section is open to students currently enrolled in a school of photography or who graduated from a school of photography after January 1st, 2017. Reportages must consist of 20 images minimum and 40 images maximum. The prize will be of 1,000 €, before taxes.

No Profit Award: launched last year, this section is open to NGOs, volunteer organizations, social cooperatives, foundations, associations for social development and support, public institutions. Reportages must consist of 20 images minimum and 40 images maximum, but they will only be considered if submitted by the non-profit entity itself as the commissioner. Three non-profit entities will be selected as winners and the following prizes will be awarded: the first prize will be of 2,000 €, before texes; printing costs for the exhibit will also be covered; the second and third prizes will consist of the printing costs being covered. If the second and the third non-profit entities selected already have a printed version of the same exhibit and the organization of the Festival considers it suitable for the exhibit location, 500 €, before taxes, will be compensated to each entity. The three non-profit entities selected will also have the opportunity to organize promotional and advocacy activities during the Festival in accordance with the Festival on the format and structure of such activities.

All the awarded works will take part to the Festival of Ethical Photography 2018 in Lodi (Italy). More information about the contest is available here.

deadline: May 3rd, 2018
entry fee: 20,00 € per one section (15,00 € for submissions by April 19th, 2018) | 35,00 € per two sections (25,00 € for submissions by April 19th, 2018) | 50,00 € per three sections (35,00 € for submissions by April 19th, 2018) | 65,00 € per four sections (45 € for submissions by April 19th, 2018)
prizes: cash prizes and exhibition during the Festival of Ethical Photography 2018
info: wra@festivaldellafotografiaetica.it | ngo@festivaldellafotografiaetica.it
www.festivaldellafotografiaetica.it

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