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The competition is held with the support of the Council under the Government on the issues of guardianship in the social sphere.
A solemn ceremony of awarding the laureates of the competition for journalists, bloggers, journalism students, media editorial offices and creative studios “NKO-Profi” took place in the House of Government. The event was attended by Deputy Prime Minister, Chairperson of the Council for Trusteeship in the Social Sphere Tatyana Golikova, Director of the Social Information Agency, Deputy Chairperson of the Council Elena Topoleva-Soldunova and General Director of the Vladimir Potanin Charitable Foundation, Council member Oksana Oracheva.
“I would like to say a huge human thank you for the work you are doing. You write about the work of NGOs, you see with your own eyes those problem areas and those problem areas that still persist in our society, to which attention should be drawn and where efforts should be directed. And not only to direct, but also to bring it to a concrete result. And you succeed. I wish you health, creative inspiration and success on your chosen path, ”Deputy Prime Minister Tatyana Golikova addressed the audience as she opened the ceremony.
This year, the winners of two contests were honored at once – “NKO-Profi-2019” and “NKO-Profi-2020”, since in 2020 the ceremony could not be held due to a pandemic. The competition was organized by the Agency for Social Information and the Vladimir Potanin Charitable Foundation with the support of the Government Council for Trusteeship in the Social Sphere.
The competition was attended by journalists and bloggers, students of journalism faculties, as well as the editorial offices of the Russian media and creative studios, who presented their materials on the topics “Professional NGOs”, “People of NGOs” and “People of NGOs in a pandemic”. The works were accepted in seven nominations: “Best publication in print and Internet media”, “Best TV story, interview”, “Best radio report, podcast”, “Best publication cycle”, “Best TV programs, program cycles, TV spots”, “Best radio programs , program cycles, podcast series “,” The best essay, feature, interview, reportage, article, note, podcasts. “
The winners are: Nikita Aronov (“Blood5” magazine), Ekaterina Blinova (student of Lomonosov Moscow State University), Maria Bukhtueva (TVK TV company, Krasnoyarsk), Tatyana Vlasova (Lipetsk-FM radio station), Yulia Vyatkina (portal “Philanthropist”), Sofia Gafarova (school television studio “Tolstoyschool-TV”, Tula), Elena Gorshkova (student of Ugra State University), Andrey Efremov (State TV and Radio Company “Tomsk”), Leonid Zilberg (interregional Internet magazine “7×7”), Aigul Kamaeva (branch of Rossiyskaya Gazeta, Ufa), Daria Kruglyakova (student multimedia edition of the Media Sandbox at Cherepovets State University), Andrey Lebedev (Alien studio), Dmitry Lyustritsky (Oblastnaya newspaper, Irkutsk Region), Kamila Magamadova (student North Caucasian Federal University), Valeria Pavelko (city portal of Yekaterinburg E1.ru), Inessa Panchenko (magazine “Lady Club”), Valeria Prokopenko (student multimedia edition “MED” Moscow ped Gogic State University), Natalia Sokolnikova (Internet magazine “People of Baikal”), Ekaterina Starikova (TRK “Guberniya 33”), Anastasia Trukhanova (SMItana magazine, Samara region), Ekaterina Chekhomova (studio of youth media “Gromko” of the Ural Federal University) , Svetlana Shemetova (Vyksa-MEDIA correspondent), Daria Shpakova (Lipetsk Region Faces magazine).
The laureates of the competition received commemorative prizes and diplomas signed by the head of the Government Council for Trusteeship in the Social Sphere Tatyana Golikova and the organizers.
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