An event hosted by the Courage in Journalism Award programme.
Published 12 Jul 2022
The Courage in Journalism Award was created to highlight the dangers faced by journalists around the world, and is presented posthumously to a journalist whose death in the past year was a direct result of their work.
The 2022 Legatum Institute
Courage in Journalism Award ceremony
will take place at The Frontline Club on Tuesday 12th July at 7 pm BST.
The event will highlight the growing risks facing journalists in countries around the world, with testimony from our expert panel including:
- Christina Lamb OBE – Chief Foreign Correspondent, Sunday Times
- Bill Neely – Former Chief Global Correspondent, ITV News, NBC News
- Mike Thomson – World Affairs Editor, BBC
- Laurent Richard – Director, Forbidden Stories
- Azurra Moores – Reporters without Borders,
The Award ceremony will also present an opportunity to commit ourselves to improving press freedom globally.
Please click here if you would like to attend.
Now in its fifth year, the Courage in Journalism Award was established following the death of Daphne Caruana Galizia, the respected Maltese freelance journalist who was murdered by a car bomb in October 2017. Daphne’s son Paul worked at the Institute and, following her death, we created this Award to honour her legacy and shine a spotlight on the dangers faced by journalists worldwide.
Every year, the Courage in Journalism Award recognises the journalists whose lives have had a significant impact on the pursuit of truth and justice and who have been tragically killed in the last 12 months.
To read the profiles of the journalists who were killed and who have been considered for the Award, please click here.