The EU Award for Investigative Journalism launched in Turkey

The EU Award for Investigative Journalism launched in Turkey
Journalists who have published investigative piece on societal issues related to abuse of power and fundamental rights, corruption and organised crime in Turkey in the past year can now enter the third EU Award for Investigative Journalism contest. 
The European Union Award for Investigative Journalism in Turkey will be organised this year, as in 2015 and 2016, by Platform for Independent Journalism (P24). The award is administered by the regional partnership of civil society organisations, coordinated by the Peace Institute in Ljubljana.
News stories published between 1 January and 31 December 2016 will be considered for the award.
Initial deadline for submission was 16 April 2017, but it was later postponed.
Final deadline for submissions is 23 April 2017.
The contest includes a sub-category for the best story by young investigative journalist, thus aiming at promoting a young generation of investigative journalists.
The award is given once a year in the Western Balkans countries and Turkey.  The annual award fund for each country is 10,000. From one to three investigative stories will be awarded with individual prizes between 3000 and 5000 euros.
The full instructions for submission of nominations and entry forms are available here