Scarf Media For Mental Health Awards

IN Opportunities | 24/06/2017
The awards recognize a distinguished body of work that has contributed to mental health awareness.

 

Attention! Print Journalists

SCARF MEDIA FOR MENTAL HEALTH AWARDS

2017 (Fifth edition)

 

Have you published an article that addresses the importance of mental health or the disorders of the mind or on the discrimination of the mentally ill? If yes, then share it with us.

BEST ARTICLES ON MENTAL HEALTH

 

The awards recognize a distinguished body of work that has contributed to “Mental Health Awareness”.

 

Total prize money for

English/Indian Language/Online categories:

First Prize               - Rs.10.000/-

Second Prize          - Rs.6,000/-

Third Prize             - Rs.4,000/-

 

Last Date for entries:

10th September, 2017

 

RULES FOR SENDING ENTRIES

Print Journalists (including freelancers) who have had their story on mental health published in any newspaper or magazine are eligible to participate. The article should have been published in an Indian National or Regional newspaper or magazine between April 2016 and March 2017 in English or any Indian language.

Applicants must submit entries that focus on or highlight one or more aspects of mental health such as disorders of the mind (depression, anxiety, schizophrenia, etc), mental health care delivery, stigma and discrimination, effective interventions, family and community support programs and policies, funding etc. News reports and articles on lifestyle and stress-related problems, such as call-centre woes, marital problems etc. will not qualify.

If the article is in an Indian language, an English translation should be provided. Entries should be sent by 10th of September 2017. The decision of the jury will be final. The results will be announced by SCARF by the end of September, 2017.

 

Please send your entries to

info@scarfindia.org 

  For any queries,

call us on +91 9884014197/044-2615 3971/044-2615 1073

Please

register online at

www.scarfindia.org 

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