Over the decades, an incredible community of authors and judges have been involved with the Prize and the longlisted, shortlisted and winning titles have created a lasting legacy.
Whether you would like to find out more about the impact of humans on our planet, journey into the information age or explore the universe, there is something to interest everyone.
Our 2019 winner Caroline Criado Perez, author of Invisible Women, won the Prize for drawing together compelling research that highlights the ways women are ‘forgotten’ on a daily basis. From government policy and medical research to technology, media and workplaces, she exposes to readers the lack of gender-specific data that has unintentionally created a world biased against women.
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