Luka Brajnovic Communication Award
The School of Communication established the Luka Brajnovic Communication Award in 1997. The award honors the name, figure and career of Mr. Luka Brajnovic, who died on February 8, 2001. A Croatian journalist, writer and poet who settled in Spain after World War II, he taught more than thirty generations of journalists at the University of Navarra and was the author of the first manual on Information Ethics written in Spanish.
The Award is given to those professionals in the world of communication whose careers have been characterized by a solid defense of human dignity and the values of freedom, tolerance and solidarity.
Previous Award winners
Media for Peace Organization of Colombia
Writer and journalist.
Missouri School of Journalism of the University of Missouri
Former President of Nicaragua.
British film producer.
Journalist and Professor of journalists.
Sinisa Glavasevic y Miguel Gil
Croatian and Spanish war correspondents.
Organización Medios para la Paz de Colombia
Journalist from Navarra.
José Javier Uranga
Spokesman of the Holy See.
Polish film director and producer.
Missouri School of Journalism de la Universidad de Missouri
Juan Pablo de Villanueva
Pioneer in Spain in the development of the figure of the corporate communications director. See video.