The Juan Antonio Serrano Photojournalism Prize for Peace was created two years ago in Ecuador to promote a culture free of violence, to awaken social peace and to demand the right for free expression. It also serves as a tribute to Juan Antonio Serrano, a young Ecuadorian photographer murdered in his home in 2012, possibly for political reasons. In addition, the prize supports the work of Ecuadorian photojournalists faced with precarious working conditions.
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