Goldsmith Investigative Reporting Prize
About the Award
The annual Goldsmith Prize for Investigative Reporting honors investigative reporting that best promotes more effective and ethical conduct of government, the making of public policy, or the practice of politics. The winner receives $25,000, and five finalists receive $10,000. While the subject can address issues of foreign policy, a submission qualifies only if it has an impact on public policy in the United States at the national, regional or local level.
Financial support for the Goldsmith Awards Program is provided by an annual grant from the Goldsmith Fund of the Greenfield Foundation. The program is administered by the Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy at Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government.
Apply for the 2019 Goldsmith Prize
Submissions for the 2019 Goldsmith Prize are now closed. The finalists will be announced in February 2019, and the winner will be revealed on March 12, 2019.
NPR and ProPublica
Nina Martin and Renee Montagne
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Asbury Park Press
Shannon Mullen and Payton Guion
Broken Justice In Chicago
Carol Marbin Miller, Audra D.S. Burch, Emily Michot, and the Miami Herald digital team
Fight Club: An Investigation into Florida Juvenile Justice
STAT and The Boston Globe
David Armstrong and Evan Allen
The Addiction Trade
The Washington Post
The Washington Post staff
The New York Times
Emily Steel, Jodi Kantor, Megan Twohey, Michael S. Schmidt, and New York Times staff