Cook Communications, a full-service Public Relations agency with offices in Budapest, Prague, Sofia, Bucharest and Warsaw, and the Mathias Corvinus Collegium (MCC) in Budapest are pleased to announce that the 2017 Gábor Komáromy Scholarship for news reporting has been awarded to Balázs Bekker, a 20 year-old sociology student at Corvinus University in Budapest.
The 2014 Gábor Komáromy Schoarship for news reporting has been awarded to Krisztina Balogh Krisztina’s winning proposal centred around a series of articles reporting on the adoption process in Hungary and the reasons behind the low adoption rates of Roma children .
The 2013 Gábor Komáromy Scholarship for news reporting has been awarded to Bence Pintér. Bence’s proposal for a series of articles about the increasing number of migrants seeking refuge in or via Hungary was the unanimous choice of the selection committee.
Anna Csonka and Barbara Péterfi have won the Gábor Komáromy Scholarship in 2012. Daniel G. Szabó has recieved a special award, supported by Figyelő weekly magazine.
Dóra Laborczi has won the Gábor Komáromy Scholarship in 2011.