Annual Constitutional Reporter of the Year Award Ceremony – 30 June 2021
The Centre for Applied Legal Research, together with the Southern African Research and Documentation Centre (SARDC) and the Media Institute of Southern Africa Zimbabwe (MISA) are implementing a project titled “Promoting Citizen Participation in Constitutional Discourse in Zimbabwe” funded by the United Nations Democracy Fund (UNDEF).
The project aims to address threats to constitutionalism, and the lack of citizen participation on constitutional matters in Zimbabwe, through strengthening the role of the media in constitutional reporting. This has been done through, amongst other things, the training of 160 journalists on the constitution and constitutional reporting. As a way of recognizing the results of the training, the project will hold its first Annual Constitutional Reporter of the Year Award ceremony on the 30th of June 2021, the ceremony will be held virtually via Zoom. (See link below)
The Annual Constitutional Reporter of the Year Award acknowledges outstanding journalistic work by media practitioners who have contributed to, and increased awareness on, the importance of Constitutionalism and the Rule of Law in Zimbabwe.
Selection Criteria and Selection Committee
- The award will be given to a journalist who was trained under the “Promoting Citizen Participation in Constitutional Discourse in Zimbabwe” project and who has demonstrated excellence in constitutional reporting by producing quality articles related to Constitutionalism and the Rule of Law.
- The selection Committee involves constitutional law and media experts as well as media practitioners who interact with journalists who were trained by the project.
Meeting ID: 871 3184 0043