National Geographic and Reuters win the Endesa Best of Show Award at Malofiej 27

The graphic ‘When Children Lack Nutrition’ publish in National Geographic win the Endesa Best of Show in print category and Reuters got the same award in the digital categories with its work A window into Delhi’s deadly pollution’. The international jury, which met in the School of Communication of the University of Navarra from March 24 to 27, decided to give two awards, for print and digital categories. In this edition, 128 media outlets from 31 different countries have sent in their works. Of the 1.050 entries in the competition, 417 correspond to printed graphics categories and 633 to digital infographics categories. It is the second time that more digital entries than printed entries have been received. The jury gave a total of 140 medals, 12 gold, 36 silver and 92 bronze medals in printed and digital media. From the 140 medals awarded by the jury, 53 went to the printed category (5 gold medals, 14 silver and 34 bronze) and 87 went to the online category (7 gold medals, 22 silver and 58 bronze). The media awarded with gold medals were:  The New York Times (USA), National Geographic (USA), Folha de S.Paulo (Brazil), Reuters (Singapore) and The Washington Post(USA).


The Endesa Best of Show Print

‘When Children Lack Nutrition’. National Geographic


The Endesa Best of Show Digital

A window into Delhi’s deadly pollution. Reuters



The New York Times (USA). Hell On Earth: The first 12 hours of California’s Deadliest Wildfire


National Geographic (USA). Frames of Mind


National Geographic (USA). When Children Lack Nutrition


National Geographic (USA). How Birds Migrate


Folha de S.Paulo(Brazil). Electoral GPS


The digital projects awarded with gold medals were:

The New York Times (USA). ‘Hell on Earth’: The First 12 Hours of California’s Deadliest Wildfire

The New York Times (USA). How 2 M.T.A. Decisions Pushed the Subway Into Crisis

The New York Times (USA). Extensive Data Shows Punishing Reach of Racism for Black Boys

Reuters (Singapore). Tracking China’s Muslim Gulag

The New York Times (USA). 2018 Winter Olympics

Reuters (Singapore). A window into Delhi’s deadly pollution

The Washington Post (USA). Borderline



Special Awards

Miguel Urabayen Award to Best Map

Print: The New York Times (USA). ‘Hell on Earth’: The First 12 Hours of California’s Deadliest Wildfire
Digital The New York Times (USA). ‘Hell on Earth’: The First 12 Hours of California’s Deadliest Wildfire

Climate Change and Enviromental Commitment Best Graphic Award

Print National Geographic (USA). Ebbing Wastelands
Digital Reuters (Singapore). A window into Delhi’s deadly pollution

Human Rights Best Graphic Awards

Print National Geographic (USA). When Children Lack Nutrition
Digital BBC News (UK). El Helicoide: from shopping mall to torture prison

Equality and Women’s Promotion Best Graphic Awards

Print Ellery Studio & IKEM (Germany). Women making waves: A history of female empowerment
Digital Bloomberg News (USA). What Life Would Look Like Without the ‘Tampon Tax’

The jury



The jury were made up of Gregor Aisch, Datawrapper (USA), John Burn-Murdoch, Financial Times (United Kingdom), Alberto Cairo, University of Miami (USA), Carol Cavaleiro, O Globo (Brazil), Yosune Chamizo, Animal Político (México), Antonio Farach, Times of Oman (Omán), Federica Fragapane (USA), Brian Jacobs, National Geographic (USA), Laris Karklis, The Washington Post (USA), Ricard Marfà, Ara (Spain), Bernd Riedel, Ellery Studio (Germany), Al Shaw, ProPublica (USA), Derek Watkins, The New York Times (USA), Shirley Wu, (USA).

The next edition of Malofiej, number 28, will be held in Pamplona from March 23 to 27, 2020.

Awards list Malofiej 27

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