award Luka Brajnovic
The award Luka Brajnovic Communication Award was established in 1997 by the School Communication Department. The award honours the name, figure and career of Mr. Luka Brajnovic, who died on 8 February 2001. A Croatian journalist, writer and poet who settled in Spain after the Second World War, he taught more than thirty generations of journalists at the University of Navarre and was the author of the first guide on Information Ethics written in Spanish language .
The award is awarded to those professionals in the world of communication whose careers have been distinguished by a solid defence of the dignity of people and the human values of freedom, tolerance and solidarity.
Get to know_Brajnovic_Palmarés_Awards
Historical track record
Journalist. Podcast and video of his life. Speeches and news from submission of award.
Journalist and war correspondent. speech and news from the submission of award.
Pioneer in Spain in the development of the figure of director of corporate communication. See video.
Juan Pablo de Villanueva
Missouri School of Journalism of the University of Missouri
Director and Polish film producer.
Spokesman of the Holy See.
José Javier Uranga
Journalist from Navarre.
Media for Peace Organisation of Colombia
Sinisa Glavasevic and Miguel Gil
Croatian and Spanish war correspondents.
Journalist and teacher of journalists.
British film producer.
Former President of Nicaragua.
Writer and journalist.