Each year the different students' organisations arrange a competetion called the Kravling - to celebrate prize worthy stories made by students of journalism.
The Kravling prize is handed out in three categories:
- Journalistic stories within news, narrative jounalism, in depth journalism or the like.
- Visual journalistic stories where the visual is the main part of the story telling, that goes for video, stills or graphical design.
- Communacative journalism, where the the student or students have worked with information, maybe for a certain organisation.
This year, four out of the five projects nominated for the Visual Kravling are made by photojournalistic students from DMJX.
From the series "Cph by Night". Picture by Lars Just.
The four nominated projects and students are:
Lars Just with his story "Cph by Night".
Paw Wegner Gissel & Thomas Emil Sørensen with the web-documentary "Harald Togram". The two students were also nominated at the Danish POY with this story.
Michael Hansen with his story "Transit" about Yin Bay and his Burmese, who're sent out of Denmark where they're not alloved to recieve asylum. The story was also nominated at this year's Danish POY.
Tor Birk Trads with his portrait series about kids with special needs, who are struggling to be included in the Danish public schools. Tor Birk Trads won in the portrait category at the Danish POY with one of the portraits from this series.
Portrait of Jens by Tor Birk Trads.
The winners will be announced at an award ceremony on the 10th of May at BREMEN in Copenhagen.