Deutscher Jugendliteraturpreis - Jury


Awards are decided upon by two juries: the Kritikerjury (transl. Critic Jury) and the Jugendjury. The Kritikerjury decides the nominations and the majority of the prizes; the Jugendjury only decides the Jugendjury prize.

The Kritikerjury are appointed by the Arbeitsgruppe für Jugendliteratur once every two years, although jury members can serve two consecutive terms. The jury consists of nine members: the chair, and eight specialist judges - two for each award category.

The Jugendjury consists of the members of six German youth book clubs. It is also changed every two years, although some clubs serve consecutive terms.

Another jury decides on the Special Prize to be awarded each year.

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