Rhea L Nath has been named Youthful Journalist of the Year 2022 by the Premier’s Multicultural Media and Communications award in honour of her sizeable contributions to supporting NSW’s several communities.
Mimi Chau acquired the Life time Achievement Award, Rhea L Nath acquired Young Journalist of the Year, and Muslim Gals Australia gained Best Use of Electronic or Social Media.
At a special ceremony, NSW Leading Dominic Perrottet and Minister for Multiculturalism Mark Coure announced the winners on Thursday, September 8.
“The NSW Governing administration has been proudly web hosting this awards ceremony for 5 several years, and it is the only a person of its form in Australia that celebrates the valued contributions of the multicultural media and promoting market,” Mr Perrottet claimed.
“I commend this year’s winners and finalists and would like to individually thank them for their ongoing do the job in supporting, participating with and informing varied audiences throughout our state.”
The winners are:
- Best audio-visible report – Additionally61j Media
- Greatest textual content report – Indian Link’s Pawan Luthra, Rajni Anand Luthra
- Publication of the 12 months – SBS Dari/SBS Pashto
- Young Journalist of the 12 months – Rhea L Nath
- Alan Knight Scholar Award – Boushra Elkheir
- Very best Audio Report – Nationwide Ethnic and Multicultural Broadcasters Council
- Lifetime Accomplishment Award – Mimi Chau
- Community Fascination Award – SBS Perception
- Finest Use of Electronic or Social Media – Muslim Girls Australia
- Company Marketing campaign of the Yr – Loud and Identification Comms
- Small business Marketing campaign of the year – NSW Department of Shopper Service, NSW Wellness and MHCS, UM/Identification, Etcom
- Neighborhood Marketing campaign of the Year – South Jap Neighborhood Join
Minister for Multiculturalism Mark Coure stated our varied media and advertising landscape is a testomony to NSW’s rich multicultural culture.
“There is a newspaper, journal, on the internet publication or radio station for nearly every single language and culture here in NSW,” Mr Coure mentioned.
“They speak right to those people communities, holding them not only informed, but also linked to their culture and language.
“I am happy that NSW is the only point out in the region to recognise multicultural communicators with this standalone awards ceremony.”
For more information and facts about this year’s winners, finalists and the awards plan, visit: https://multicultural.nsw.gov.au/