The British Press Award 2005 and 2006 also short listed in 2007
The British Press Award an annual ceremony that has celebrated the best of British journalism since the 1970s they have been described as "the Oscars of British journalism", or less flatteringly, "The Hackademy Awards.
One world media awards Short listed in 2007 for the article: Inside a Nest of Suicide Bombers
The One World Broadcasting Trust is a UK-based organisation which aims to increase global understanding through effective use of the media.
The Martha Gellhorn Prize for Journalism 2006 This award is named for the renowned war, Martha Gellhorn established in 1999 by the Martha Gellhorn Trust. It is founded on the following principles:
The award will be for the kind of reporting that distinguished Martha: in her own words "the view from the ground". This is essentially a human story that penetrates the established version of events and illuminates an urgent issue buried by prevailing fashions of what makes news. We would expect the winner to tell an unpalatable truth, validated by powerful facts, that exposes establishment conduct and its propaganda, or "official drivel", as Martha called it. Won in 2006.
Amnesty International UK media Awards 2003
The Amnesty International Media Awards are a prestigious set of awards which recognize excellence in human rights journalism. These awards are given by the UK section of Amnesty International to journalists who have made a significant contribution to the UK public's greater awareness and understanding of human rights issues. Also short listed for Amnesty International Award in 2007 for the article : Horror Show Reveals Iraq's Descent