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人權新聞評述比賽 HUMAN RIGHTS NEWS COMMENTARY CONTEST

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人權新聞評述比賽參賽者可在www.amnesty.org.hk/chi/newscommentary選取第十三屆人權新聞獎獲獎作品作閱後感/評述。參賽表格屆亦可在該頁下載。活動旨在鼓勵參賽者關心人權新聞及國際事務,培養客觀分析能力,提高參賽者的社會參與及社會責任感。

由國際特赦組織(香港)、香港記者協會及香港外國記者會主辦的人權新聞獎將進入第十三屆。頒獎典禮已於三月廿一日順利舉行。這是本港及亞洲唯一特意為表揚新聞工作者就有關人權範疇的專業及傑出報導而設的獎項。今年共頒發12個大獎及27個優異獎。

參賽組別共六組

初中 (中一至中三/ 第七至九班學生)
高中 (中四至中七/ 第十班以上學生)
公開 (任何以上組別不適用人士)
每個組別再分中文及英文組

獎項

每個組別設以下各獎項
傑出評論獎 一名 – 獎狀及獎品總值港幣三千元
優異獎 共兩名 – 各得獎狀一張

評審團

沈旭輝
Roundtable Network創會主席

胡麗雲
國際特赦組織(香港)執行委員、國際記者聯會(中國及香港)統籌幹事

Mio Debnam
作家及編輯,童書作家與插畫家協會香港顧問

Armin Kalyanram
國際特赦組織(香港)執行委員

參加辦法

1. 評論使用之語言必須與被評論的作品相同

2. 參賽作品可以手寫或打字

3. 字數限制 (參賽者請列明字數)
初中組200-500字
高中及公開組 500-800字

4. 參賽者須填妥參賽表格,連同作品交到
國際特赦組織(香港)
九龍佐敦渡船街32-36 號富利來商業大廈3D室
「人權新聞評述比賽」
如以郵寄投交,郵截日期最後為2009年6月12日;

以電郵方式傳送到[email protected]主旨註明 「Human Rights News Commentary Contest」.

參賽須知

1. 每人可提交的作品數目不限。如果多於一份作品合資格獲獎,參賽者只能選擇其中一份作品獲獎。

2. 國際特赦組織香港有權對參賽作品進行編輯、出版、複製和其他使用的權利。在使用作品前亦不會向參賽者支付版權費用。

3. 參賽作品必須全部為參賽者本人的原創作品,並無侵犯他人版權。

4. 參賽作品不論獲獎與否,一律不會發還。

5. 主辦單位不會為參賽作品的遺失、延誤、轉遞錯誤及損壞而負責。

6. 主辦單位保留解釋比賽規則的權利。

7. 評審團會以參賽作品的文筆、與新聞的相關程度及批判性思考的表現作出評分。

8. 主辦單位將透過電郵和電話通知得獎者。比賽結果亦會於2009年7月10日後在國際特赦組織香港網站公佈。

Entering its 13th year, the annual Human Rights Press Awards (HRPA) which is jointly organised by Amnesty International Hong Kong, the Hong Kong Journalist Association and the Foreign Correspondents’ Club, is Asia’s most prestigious awards that recognise outstanding journalists who contribute to heighten awareness of human rights issues and increase respect for the basic rights of all people. A total of 12 Award Plaques and 27 Certificates of Merits were presented this year.

Participants of the Human Rights News Commentary Contest are given the opportunity to submit a commentary on one or more of the chosen winning entries listed on www.amnesty.org.hk/html/newscommentary, reflecting their ideas and understandings of human rights. The application form can also be downloaded on the same page.

This activity aims to enhance participants’ knowledge and understanding of international affairs and human rights news exposure, develop their objectivity, and encourage participation and raise social consciousness.

CATEGORIES (SIX IN TOTAL)

Junior Secondary (Secondary 1-3, Grade 7-9)
Senior Secondary (Secondary 4, Grade 10 and above)
Public (Anyone who does not fall into the above categories)
Each category will be subdivided into Chinese and English streams.

PRIZES

Winners of each category will receive
Outstanding prize ×1 a certificate and prize worth HKD3,000
Merit ×2 a certificate

PANEL OF JUDGES

Simon Shen
Founding Chancellor of the Roundtable Network

Serenade Woo
Executive Committee member of Amnesty International Hong Kong, International Federation of Journalists (China and Hong Kong ) project coordinator

Mio Debnam
Writer and editor, Regional Advisor of the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI), Hong Kong Chapter

Armin Kalyanram
Executive Committee member of Amnesty International Hong Kong

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

1. The language used in the commentary should be the same as that of the piece of news being commented.

2. Commentaries can be handwritten or typewritten.

3. Word limit (Contestants please state the word count)
Junior Secondary 200-500 words
Senior Secondary and Public 500-800 words

4. Contestants should complete the entry form and return it with your commentary to our office:
Amnesty International Hong Kong 32-36 Ferry Street #3D,
Jordan (Human Rights News Commentary Contest)

If sent by mail, all entries should be postmarked by June 12, 2009 to be eligible; OR
send them by email to [email protected]k, stating “Human Rights News Commentary Contest” in the title.

NOTICE TO CONTESTANTS

1. Contestants can submit an unlimited number of entries. However, if more than one entry is selected, only one prize will be given to the entry winning the highest honor.

2. Amnesty International Hong Kong reserves the right to edit, publish, copy, and use the entries without royalties or any monetary rewards/compensation to the contestants.

3. The commentary must be an original work by the contestant and must not violate or infringe on the rights of any third party.

4. Entries will not be returned to contestants, regardless of the results.

5. Amnesty International Hong Kong shall not be responsible for any loss, delay, or damage to the commentaries during delivery.

6. Amnesty International Hong Kong reserves the final rights to interpretation of the rules.

7. Entries will be judged based upon writing style, relevancy with the piece of news and demonstration of critical thinking. The decisions of the judges with respect to the selection of the winner and with regard to all matters relating to this Contest shall be final.

8. The winner will be informed by e-mail and phone. The winning entries will also be published on our website after July 10, 2009.

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