Young Reporters 2013 Winning Articles
Congratulations to the talented young human rights journalists of 2013 who beat off stiff competition from over 2,500 entrants from nearly 200 schools across the UK to be named the Young Human Rights Reporters Of The Year at a glittering award ceremony on 30 April 2013. Read their winning articles below.
- Upper Primary winner: Liliana Newsam-Smith,Girls Education Improves the Nation
- Upper Primary runner up: Alice De Abaitua, Being Gay
- Upper Primary runner up: Rianne Taha, Refugee's Rights
- Lower Secondary winner: Victoria Coleman,I am tortured. I am starved. I am a woman.
- Lower Secondary runner up: Anna-Beth Brogan, Rings That Bind Us
- Lower Secondary runner up: Gabriella Emery, Albinism - Is Everything Black or White?
- Upper Secondary winner: Zaahidur Rahman, FGM (Female Genital Mutilation)
- Upper Secondary runner up: Ellie Williams, One In Three
- Upper Secondary runner up: Genevieve Brown, The Uncertain Future Of Female Education in Afghanistan
- Sixth Form winner: Holly Gomez, Scars Not Only Physical for North Korea's 'Ghost Prisoners'
- Sixth Form runner up: Charlie Blake, Poisoned For Profit
- Sixth Form runner up: Louise Wylie, Torture Masked As Tradition