Established in 2008, the International Street Paper Awards were created to highlight the outstanding achievements of independent street paper journalism and their contribution to social justice, both on a local and global scale. The awards are held every second year as part of our annual conference.
This year, the awards will be held in Munich on 1st August, as part of our 17th annual conference. We are pleased to announce two new awards categories for 2013 that will recognise street papers for their effectiveness as social enterprises and their work in supporting homeless people.
The 3rd International Street Paper Awards took place on 22nd July in the Crowne Plaza Hotel as part of INSP's 16th Annual Conference in Glasgow. Read more. The call for entries was met with a fantastic response, with a total of 189 entried, submitted by 48 INSP street papers in 24 countries. Click here for a picture gallery.
The 2nd International Street Paper Awards took place on the 14th May 2009, as a core part of INSP's 14th Annual Conference, co-hosted by street paper member Megafon in Bergen, Norway. The 2009 call for entries received a total of 174 entries submitted in the 7 awards categories. Entries came from a total of 50 different street papers, across 24 countries, covering a diverse range of perspectives on social and economic justice. Click here for a picture gallery.
The first-ever International Street Paper Awards were hosted in Glasgow, Scotland in June 2008, as a part of INSP's 13th Annual Conference. The 2008 global Call for Entries received an overwhelming response, with 120 entries submitted by 41 INSP street papers in 24 countries. Winners were selected in 6 categories by a judging panel of top professionals from UK and international media agencies. Watch the awards film here. Click here for a picture gallery.