The Write to End Violence Against Women Awards 2019
Help recognise and reward journalists and writers who raise awareness of gender inequality and Violence Against Women in a responsible and sensitive way by submitting your own or nominate someone else's piece for consideration in the Write to End Violence Against Women 2019 Awards.

For the first time, this year, we will be accepting submissions and nominations of multimedia pieces as well as written pieces. That means we will be accepting pieces of broadcast, radio, short documentaries, and podcasts.

We will be accepting pieces of up to 3 minutes in length for the Best Piece – News category, and up to 15 minutes in length for all other categories.

To enter this year’s Awards all submissions and nominations must:

Have been published between 01/10/18 and 30/09/19
Be created in Scotland or primarily reaching a Scottish audience
Meet criteria for individual categories read about it here:
Find out more about what we’re looking for here:

Remember - this writing can be yours, or someone else's. If you have any queries at all about what category the writing belongs in then please get in touch with us by email: info(at)

We are keen to ensure that the Write Awards receive as broad a range of submissions as possible. We also know that many people writing on gender equality and violence against women in Scotland will be doing so in another language.

Unfortunately, due to our staff capacity and time constraints, we can only accept pieces that have been translated into English (this is something we would be keen to change in future years).

However, if you are unable to translate your piece please let us know – we will do all we can to share it among our networks and find someone with the expertise to get your piece translated and eligible for submission. Contact Jenny Lester at jenny.lester(at) for more help.

Submission for the 2019 Awards will close at midnight on Monday 30 September 2019.

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