Print and Online Media Finalists - from left: Nick Olle, Jewel Topsfield, Peter Mares, Ellena Savage

The Print and Online Award is awarded for work published on human rights in Australian magazines, newspapers and websites.

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The four finalists are as follows:

  • Ellena Savage, Right Now – Secret Warzone. A powerful examination of domestic violence, incorporating the personal accounts of women affected by domestic abuse. 
     
  • Nick Olle, Sam Wallman, Pat Grant, Pat Armstrong, Sam Bungey, Mark Finger, Lauren Martin, The Global Mail – At Work Inside Our Detention Centres: A Guard’s Story. A rare insight into the internal processes of outsourced detention centres.
     
  • Jewel Topsfield, The Age – Dyslexia: The Invisible Disability. This article focuses on a young girl’s experience of dyslexia, exposing Australia’s inadequate social understanding of the disability.
     
  • Peter Mares, Griffith Review – Refuge without work. An investigation into the impact of bridging visas on asylum seekers in Australia, exploring the practical and emotional consequences of a policy that excludes displaced people from employment.