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On 28 January, in Mostar East, a Rai troupe from Trieste was filming a special report for TG1 to propose Balkan war child victims as nominees for the Nobel Peace Prize. They were hit by a grenade: Marco Luchetta, Alessandro Ota, Dario D'Angelo were the first Rai correspondents to be killed while carrying out their work. The Luchetta Prize was created in their memory and in memory of Miran Hrovatin from Trieste who was killed in Mogadishu together with journalist Ilaria Alpi.

The prizes are awarded to journalists, photographers and cameramen from all over the world who, through their work, have best been able to raise awareness of the plight of children, the innocent predestined victims that are caught up in the storm of wars for power or oil, swept along by ethnic disputes or social misery.

It is an award for analytical, comprehensive and investigative journalism: reporting of this kind is social message and news at one and the same time. It promotes the values of peace, solidarity, brotherhood, harmonious co-existence and the respect for civil rights, values that represent a way out of tragedies past and present.

 

Luchetta Prize categories

TV News for then best video report.

Italian press for the best article published on Italian newspapers or magazines

Reportage for the best in depht video report. The prize is dedicated to Alessandro Ota

International press for the best article published on international newspapers or magazines. The prize is dedicated to Dario D’Angelo.

Photography for the best photograph, the prize is dedicated to Miran Hrovatin

 

Special Award
The Fondazione Luchetta Ota D’Angelo Hrovatin awards this special prize to those personalities who share and support the ideals of the Foundation.

I Nostri Angeli Award
In collaboration with Unicef, the award will be given to the newspaper that has provided the widest coverage on childhood problems.

Witness of History Award
Since 2012 the Prize FriulAdria “Testimoni della Storia” is given to a journalist who has better covered and interpreted a historical fact, or a news event, a period of time, a personality or a place.

 

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