Nomination form

Anti-Slavery Day Media Awards 2016

The Human Trafficking Foundation holds an annual Media Awards Ceremony to acknowledge the work of those in the media who have highlighted the nature and prevalence of modern day slavery and human trafficking. The 2016 event will be held at a reception at Speaker’s House marking Anti-Slavery Day on 18th October 2016.

Nominations will be judged by a panel set up by the Human Trafficking Foundation and will include representatives from other NGOs and media.

The date of broadcast, publication, staging, airing, etc. for nominations for the HTF Media Awards ceremony should fall between 1st August 2015 and 31st July 2016.

Deadline for submissionsMonday, 15 August 2016 by 6pm

Who can be nominated? – any UK media, journalist, producer/director, covering issues of modern slavery/human trafficking either in the UK or globally.

Nomination Categories

  1. Best TV or radio drama/documentary dealing with modern slavery/ human trafficking
  2. Best investigative newspaper article dealing with trafficking for sexual exploitation
  3. Best investigative newspaper article dealing with child trafficking
  4. Best investigative newspaper article dealing with trafficking for forced labour (including in supply chains)
  5. Best investigative newspaper article dealing with trafficking for domestic servitude or other forms of trafficking/ Modern Slavery
  6. Best stage or film production dealing with modern slavery / human trafficking (including short films)

To nominate a winner, please complete the following form. Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Kate Roberts who is overseeing the nomination process (

Nomination form

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