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The CALM Awards are for full members of the Canadian Association of Labour Media (who have paid membership fees for the current membership year). The awards honour excellence in the print, broadcast, online and graphics arts for material produced in 2017. You can join CALM at any time if you’d like to make a submission to the awards. To confirm your union’s membership, please contact email@example.com.
Entries are now closed.
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Les prix de l’ACPS sont destinés aux membres et membres associés de l’Association canadienne de la presse syndicale et qui ont payé leur cotisation en 2017. Les prix soulignent l’excellence pour les publications produites en 2017 et présentées sous format imprimé, audio et vidéo, en ligne, de même que pour leur qualité graphique. Vous pouvez adhérer à l’ACPS en tout temps si vous désirez soumettre l’une de vos publications pour ces prix. Veuillez communiqué avec firstname.lastname@example.org pour tous questions par rapport votre adhésion.
Les Prix sont presentment fermés.
CALM 2018 Awards judges
Jackie Wong is a writer and workshop facilitator in Vancouver, B.C. Her work explores urban health, race, equity, and social change. Her writing on B.C.'s overdose crisis has been published in Maisonneuve and The Tyee, and she facilitates workshops that seek to empower people to engage in creative self-expression and narrative production in response to lived experiences of racism, mental illness, poverty, and addiction.
José Luis Granados Ceja
José Luis Granados Ceja is a freelance writer and photojournalist based in Mexico City, he is dedicated to covering the work of social movements and labour unions throughout Latin America. He has worked for a wide range of outlets – such as teleSUR and the Two Row Times – and in radio as well as print. Before becoming a journalist, he was previously employed as a community development worker and researcher in Toronto. He is a graduate of the University of Toronto, Seneca College, and the Florestan Fernandes National School, he also recently completed a Certificate in Digital Media Skills at OCAD University.
Rose Ha is a photographer with a knack for storytelling. Using images to accompany the written word, she's often featured in Our Times magazine and various union publications. As the founder of Photography for Social Good, a non-profit that assist advocacy groups in delivering their message through photographs that compel people to action, she's dedicated to using art in a compelling way. Her love of photography extends to various genias including photojournalism, environmental portraits and lifestyle photography. With her ear to the ground, she's always on the look out for her next collaborator to bring awareness to community and global issues!
Tannara Yelland is an editor and freelance writer in Toronto, Ont., focused on social movements and leftist politics. She has written about labour issues, including strikes and precarious work, for Torontoist and VICE Canada, and her writing has also appeared in Briarpatch, Maisonneuve and Brit + Co. She cohosts the podcast News You Can Use, which examines Canadian politics and current events from a leftist, anti-capitalist perspective.
French Writing Judge
Thierry cumule un diplôme en communication politique, un parcours d’auteur-compositeur-interprète et une expérience en tant que réviseur et traducteur dans le milieu culturel. Son bagage multidisciplinaire s’avère utile lorsqu’il se joint à Upperkut en 2013, où il occupe aujourd’hui le poste de coordonnateur au contenu. Son séjour au sein de l’agence de communication lui permettra d’oeuvrer sur de nombreux dossiers progressistes, féministes et environnementalistes, pour des organisations telles que le Collectif 5-10-15, Équiterre, la FAE, la FIQ, L’Itinéraire, Langue du travail et Projet Montréal.