Journalism
  1. Graduate Destinations
  2. James Cameron Memorial Lecture
  3. Stern Fellowship
  4. Postgraduate journalism scholarships
  5. Journal
  1. Award winners
Journalism

Award winners

The Award is given in memory of prominent British journalist James Cameron, who died in 1985. It includes a prize of £500 awarded by the James Cameron Memorial Trust and is presented before the annual James Cameron Memorial Lecture held at City.

Previous award winners have included:

  • Ian Pannell 2016
  • Jeremy Bowen 2015
  • Luke Harding 2014
  • Lyse Doucet 2013
  • Martin Wolf - 2012
  • Alex Crawford - 2011
  • Michela Wrong - 2010
  • Gary Younge - 2009
  • Peter Taylor - 2008
  • Ghaith Abdul-Ahad - 2007
  • Patrick Cockburn - 2006
  • Lindsay Hilsum - 2005
  • John Ware - 2004
  • Norma Percy - 2003
  • Chris McGreal - 2002
  • Suzanne Goldenberg - 2001
  • Jon Swain - 2000
  • Ann Leslie - 1999
  • Jonathan Steele - 1998
  • Fergal Keane - 1997
  • Maggie O'Kane - 1996
  • George Alagiah - 1995
  • Ed Vulliamy - 1994
  • Martin Woollacott - 1993
  • Bridget Kendall - 1992
  • Robert Fisk & Charles Wheeler - 1991
  • John Simpson - 1990
  • Neal Ascherson - 1989
  • Michael Buerk - 1988
  • David Hirst - 1987

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