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Hosted by Sky News presenter Alex Crawford, the 28th annual One World Media Awards took place at BAFTA in central London.
The 27th annual One World Media Awards were held for the first time at BAFTA in London. Chairman John Willis kicked off the evening and was later joined by Jon Snow, who presented the Awards for the twentieth year.
The 2014 One World Media Awards marked the ceremony's 26th year - and nearly two decades with Jon Snow as presenter. Chairman Myles Wickstead began the night by welcoming a packed audience at Kings Place in London.
2013 marked a big year for the One World Media Awards - the 25th edition of the annual Awards ceremony. Jon Snow kicked off the event with a talk on how the media industry had changed over the past quarter century.
The 2012 Awards ceremony was a special celebration on the occasion of One World Media's 25th anniversary year, with 400 people from across the media, development and NGO sectors in attendance.
2011 saw another inspiring evening as Jon Snow returned to present the Awards ceremony. The audience was also joined by keynote speaker Alan Duncan MP, Minister of State at the UK Department for International Development.
The One World Media Awards in 2010 took place at Kings Place in London. Jon Snow returned to present the ceremony while a keynote speech was given by the Rt Hon Lord Malloch-Brown, formerly Minister of State for Africa, Asia and the UN, and then Vice-Chairman of the World Economic Forum.
The 2009 One World Media Awards took place at The Brewery on Chiswell Street in London, presented for the first time by broadcaster Fergal Keane.