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Eric Reidy Wins United Nations Correspondents Association Prize

Thursday , 18 November 2021

The United Nations Correspondents Association (UNCA) announced on Wednesday, November 17, 2021, the winners of the 25th annual UNCA Awards for best print, broadcast and online media coverage of the United Nations. The award ceremony will be held on Wednesday, December 8 in New York with guest of honor United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres.

The recipient of the Elizabeth Neuffer Memorial Prize's Gold Medal is American journalist Eric Reidy, who began his journalistic career at the Samir Kassir Foundation in Beirut in 2012, and has since cooperated with the Foundation as an author, photographer, and editor on numerous occasions.

Eric Reidy is a journalist and the Migration Editor-at-large for The New Humanitarian who has reported extensively on migration in the Mediterranean and North America. He has provided a thorough picture of the pandemic’s impact on many countries, in particular India and Bangladesh. These two populous nations were, like many countries, caught unprepared when the virus arrived. He reported how governments scrambled to manufacture their own vaccines, but faced bans on exports of raw materials. Their efforts were deterred by inequality in vaccine distribution and hoarding in rich countries. UN teams dispatched to assist refugees, including those in Rohingya camps in Bangladesh, faced similar frustration from the lack of medical assistance and drugs to treat Covid-19 cases, leading them to wonder whether inequality and poverty killed more people than the virus.


Elizabeth Neuffer, the Boston Globe bureau chief at the United Nations, died while on assignment in Baghdad in 2003. She was a model journalist who proved throughout her career that objectivity does not have to mean neutrality. She was passionate, courageous and compassionate, drawing attention to the forgotten places in the world and to the overlooked victims of war. She explored the forces that can ignite fratricidal and genocidal conflict and her work helped inspire the movement that led to the creation of the International Criminal Court. Personally, her colleagues in UNCA treasure her for her inveterate good humour, which counterbalanced her deadly serious explorations of the darker sides of modern history.

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