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British Young Journalists Award Goes To Cypriot Reporter Eleni Courea

British Young Journalists Award Goes To Cypriot Reporter Eleni Courea

A young Cypriot, 23-year old Eleni Courea, has won the 2018 ‘Anthony Howard Award for Young Journalists’, an award given to promising journalists in memory of one of the most prominent British editors, journalists and political commentators.
 
Courea, a reporter with Research Fortnight and Research Europe, won the prize with a proposal to investigate the emerging fault lines in the Labour left between Momentum and the trade unions, maintaining that the outcome of this struggle will define the future direction of the party.

Her £25,000 prize will see her undertake three fellowships over the course of one year at The Observer, the New Statesman and The Times, beginning in October.

Reacting to her win, Eleni Courea said: “I`m thrilled to have won this award in what will be another exceedingly exciting year for British politics. I can`t wait to get started.”

Eleni was president of the students’ union at her Cambridge college and co-founder and co-chair of the college’s political society.

This year the award was judged by Lord Hennessy, Sir Jeremy Isaacs, representatives from each publication and the award’s first winner, Lucy Fisher, now senior political correspondent at the Times.

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