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Student Human Rights Reporter Award

Lauren Wilks, 2013 winner, and the Observer's Paul Webster
Lauren Wilks, 2013 Student Human Rights Reporter, is presented her award by Paul Webster, Deputy Editor of the Observer

Part of our prestigious Media Awards

We are proud to run our award for Student Human Rights Reporter of the Year, in partnership with the National Union of Students (NUS) and the Observer newspaper.

The Student Human Rights Reporter of the Year Award is part of our prestigious Media Awards, which showcase the very best of human rights journalism.

Read last year's winning article by University of Edinburgh student Lauren Wilks on life after forced marriage, published in the Observer.

Win work experience at the Observer

The first prize is two weeks' work experience at the Observer, as well as Amnesty, NUS and Observer goodie bags and an award to be presented at the Amnesty International Media Awards 2014. Two runners up will also receive Amnesty, NUS and Observer goodie bags and an Amnesty 2014 Media Awards certificate. Read more in the Observer

A member of the team behind Channel 4's ground-breaking Unreported World series will be one of the judges for the award and the winner will get a behind-the-scenes tour of Channel 4 News and a chance to meet the team. Find out more

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