The four nominees for the prestigious prize for journalism, Cavlingprisen is Friday, been published.
The four nominees for this year's Cavlingpris, the prestigious prize for journalism, is on Friday afternoon have been published.
It informs Cavlingkomiteen on Twitter.
There are four written journalistic projects.
Two journalists from the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten, Tea Krogh Sørensen and Morten Pihl, is nominated for artikelserien "The big sundhedssvigt".
Here revealed the journalists, how health conscious and planned had failed in their duty to investigate women for cancer.
Mellemøstkorrespondent Sune Engel Rasmussen is nominated for her generationsportræt of the war in Afghanistan in the book "New blood".
It portrays not just the war, but also the people and a young generation that has grown up in Afghanistan in the years after the attack 11. september 2001 in New York city.
Information is the course with all of two nominations. One is for artikelserien "Oksekødsrapporten" by Louise Drivsholm, Martin Bahn and Lasse Skou Andersen.
the Series revealed how a controversial report on the beef and change was made in cooperation with Agriculture & Food and Danish Crown and therefore was not independent research.
the second is for The artikelserien "1417 killing in Denmark", where Line Arms investigate, what the last 25 years of killing in Denmark says about us as people.
Cavlingprisen is given each year to a journalist or group of journalists, in particular, have shown initiative and talent in the previous year.
In 2018, the winners were Eva Jung, Michael Lund and Lars Nørgaard Petersen from London for the cover of hvidvaskskandalen in Danske Bank.
Also DR's mellemøstkorrespondent Puk Damsgård has previously won Cavlingprisen.
It came to pass in 2015, where she received the award for his reports from conflict areas in the Middle east, as well as for the book "do you See the moon, Daniel".
It is the Danish union of journalists, which awards Cavlingprisen.
on Friday, 3. January revealed the winner at a ceremony at the national Museum.
/ritzau/Date Of Update: 13 December 2019, 15:00