Media for a Just Society Awards: Acceptance Videos and 2016 Call for Entries
November 4, 2015 | National Council on Crime and Delinquency
Two of our 2015 Media for a Just Society Award winners, Marlo Scott (Youth Media) and Malik Vitthal (Film), accepted their awards via video message, which you can watch here. After viewing the videos, check out our blog series for the voices of other winners and finalists from this award season. Learn more about the Media for a Just Society Awards here.
We are pleased to announce our call for entries for NCCD’s 2016 Media for a Just Society Awards. We are currently accepting entries for works published or released during the 2015 calendar year. An online entry form, which is required for each submission, must be received by NCCD no later than December 31, 2015. If mailing your work, please make sure it is postmarked by December 31. For work that is first released between December 15 and December 31, 2015, the deadline for submission will be extended to January 10, 2016. Click here for detailed instructions on how to submit an entry, and please read carefully before submitting.
The Media for a Just Society Awards program is the only national recognition of print, web, and broadcast journalism; TV news and feature reporting, producing, and writing; films; and literature that furthers public understanding of criminal justice, juvenile justice, child welfare, and adult protection issues. NCCD is seeking stories, features, segments, series, or shows that illustrate current realities or the promise of reform, especially those that help people understand the complex issues surrounding the nation’s social systems.
For more information on the Media for a Just Society Awards, please contact Renee Plog.