The Media and Democracy Karol Jakubowicz Award

The Media and Democracy Karol Jakubowicz Award was established in 2018 by Małgorzata Semil-Jakubowicz and since the very beginning the Polish Communication Association has been an institutional partner of the Award. It is granted to outstanding contributions in the areas of scientific interests of Karol Jakubowicz. The goal od the Award is to support scholars who contribute to studies on democracy, human rights, media ethics, media policy and public service media. The Selection Committee for the Award includes: Małgorzata Semil-Jakubowicz (Honorary Member of the Committee and the Award Funder), prof. Iwona Hofman (Chair of the Committee; President of the Polish Communication Association; Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin), prof. Alicja Jaskiernia (University of Warsaw), dr. Hanna Machińska (Deputy Commissioner for Human Rights, Poland; University of Warsaw), prof. Michał Głowacki (Editor-in-chief of Central European Journal of Communication; University of Warsaw), prof. Beata Klimkiewicz (Jagiellonian University), prof. Elżbieta Matynia (the New School for Social Research), Halina Rostek (National Broadcasting Council, Poland), prof. Jerzy Olędzki, and the President of the International Association of Public Media Researchers (IAPMR) - prof. Lizzie Jackson (London South Bank University).

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