ANNUAL AWARDS IN MEMORY OF DANIEL PEARL
Daniel Pearl Award for Outstanding International Investigative Reporting The Center for Public Integrity
awards this Daniel Pearl biannual Award, created specifically to honor cross-border investigative reporting. It is open to professional journalists or a team of journalists who were involved in reporting from at least two countries on a topic of world significance.
In 2010, the first award went to the team for "Trafigura's Toxic Waste Dump." The second 2010 award was given to Aram Roston for "How the U.S.Funds the Taliban."
Daniel Pearl Memorial String Instruments In 2002, voilin maker Jonathan Cooper crafted a special Daniel Pearl Memorial Violin to be awarded each year to a talented young violinist attending Mark O'Connor's String Camp.
In 2005, a second violin was donated, and in 2010 a cello and viola were donated to complete a string quartet. The past recipients actively promote World Music Days, and many have dedicated original compositions to Daniel Pearl and donated proceeds from their CD's to the Foundation.
Stanford University, Daniel Pearl Memorial Internship Awarded each year to a Stanford graduate student
whose qualification and career goals personify Daniel's pursuit of truth and excellence in journalism. In 2010, the award went to Devin Banerjee, who interned at the London Bureau of The Wall Street Journal.
Los Angeles Press Club, Daniel Pearl Award for Courage and Integrity in Journalism Initially awarded to Danny in memoriam in 2002,
this annual award is presented to a journalist who exhibits courage and integrity in journalism and is selected in consultation with the Pearl family.
South Asian Journalists Association Daniel Pearl Award This award was initially awarded to Danny in memoriam in 2002.
Sciences Po & Wall Street Journal (Paris) The Wall Street Journal, in collaboration with France's Ecole de Journalisme de Sciences Po,
presents awards to three students who embody Daniel's integrity and excellence in reporting. The 2010 recipients were Agnes Bun (1st place), Ozal Emier (2nd place), and Yemeli Ortega (3rd place).
Chicago Journalists Association, Daniel Pearl Award Given annually to foreign correspondents who best exemplifies Daniel's spirit, courage, and high standards.
The 2010 recipients were reporters Euna Lee and Laura Ling, who were sentenced to 12 years in a labor camp in North Korea, but released in August of the same year.
Daniel Pearl Berkshire Scholarship Sponsored by the North Adams Transcript, where Danny started his journalism career, this annual award is given to a high school student to study and pursue a career in journalism or music.
The Anti-Defamation League / Moss Family Daniel Pearl Award This award is given annually to a person who had positive impact on the image of Jews in the Muslim world.
The 2010 recipient was Spanish journalist Pilar Rahola, who was honored for her courageous campaign against bigotry and injustice.
The Daniel Pearl Award for Investigative Reporting Daniel Pearl Foundation together with the Deadline Club awards journalists annually for their exellence in using multimedia in reporting.
Moment Magazine's Daniel Pearl Investigative Journalism Initiative Moment Magazine selects a young journalist to research and write a story about contemporary manifestations of deeply ingrained prejudices, including but not limited to anti-Semitism. The annual program provides financial assistance and mentoring, and the story is published in the magazine.