Journalist and co-founder of the Dublin Inquirer Lois Kapila

Yesterday.

It was announced that journalist and co-founder of the Dublin Inquirer Lois Kapila has been longlisted for the 2019 Orwell Prize for Journalism – following the entry of three articles by Ms Kapila (see links below).

Ms Kapila has been longlisted with: Peter Apps, Inside Housing; Steve Bloomfield, Prospect; Oliver Bullough, The Guardian; The Observer; Jason Cowley, The New Statesman; Granta; Emily Dugan, BuzzFeed News UK; Amelia Gentleman, The Guardian; Robert Guest, The Economist;  James Kirkup, The Spectator; Maeve McCleneghan, The Bureau of Investigative Journalism; Suzanne Moore, The Guardian; Peter Oborne, The Daily Mail; Sean O’Neil, The Times; andKim Sengupta, The Independent.

A shortlist will be revealed later in the month, with the winner announced at the Orwell Prize Ceremony, Tuesday, June 25 at University College London.

In fairness.

An Advocate for Tenants Clocks Up Hundreds of Cases at the RTB (Lois Kapila, Dublin Inquirer)

Why an Affordable Housing Scheme Promised Two Years Ago Was Shelved (Lois Kapila, Dublin Inquirer)

At one address, two families faced smashed windows and threats (Lois Kapila, Dublin Inquirer)

The Orwell Prizes 2019: Longlists announced (The Orwell Foundation)

5 thoughts on “Fair Play

  1. theo kretschmar schuldorff

    Delighted for Lois & the Inquirer – one of the few outlets remaining who actually do research.

  2. Bebe

    Well deserved nomination – wishing very best to Lois and Inquirer – keep up good work!

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