Deadline: 9 September 2016
Applications are open for Bond International Development Awards that seek to address the outstanding work of the development sector by celebrating the amazing humanitarian and development work of the Bond network.
- Campaign Award: The Campaign Award recognises creative fundraising, public engagement or advocacy campaigns that engage the public with international development in new and unusual ways.
- Collaboration Award: The Collaboration Award recognises the importance of effective relationships and collaborations, within and across sectors and disciplines, in finding new opportunities to tackle difficult issues.
- Humanitarian Award: The Humanitarian Award recognises the supermen and women working in the humanitarian field.
- Innovation Award: The Innovation Award showcases organisations, coalitions or initiatives that are taking inventive approaches as they chart a course through a complex and changing external environment.
- Outstanding Individual Award: The Outstanding Individual Award seeks to find exceptional people who have made a lasting contribution to the organisation and the sector.
- Transparency Award: Transparency Award is for organisations at the cutting edge of NGO effectiveness and accountability.
The entrants must:
- be current members, associate members or international associates of Bond (this includes members’ partners and extended family, but it must be the Bond member who makes the entry);
- provide relevant information in line with the format required for entries;
- understand that “project” refers to the work for which your are submitting an entry – this could be a campaign, a collaboration, an innovation etc;
- read all supporting materials before submitting an entry;
- be able to receive an award or commendation at the Bond International Development Awards 2017 ceremony on the evening of Monday 20 March 2017 should their project be shortlisted;
- give consent for the information they provide to be uploaded onto the Bond website and used on Bond’s social media channels;
- give consent for potential media coverage of their organisation’s project;
- understand that the intentions for this initiative are to celebrate, share and publicly recognise the inspiring work of the Bond membership; and
- understand that entries are submitted by organisations for a particular project, which must have been initiated within the last five years and either have finished within the last 12 months or be current and operational at the time of entry.
For more information regarding the awards, please visit this link.