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SDG Awards 2024

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Accepting applications till 31st July 2024!

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To be considered for the EU Tech SDG Awards, meticulously complete each section of the application form. All sections and questions are compulsory, except for those marked as ‘optional.’

Incomplete applications will not be evaluated by the selection committee. For a robust submission, provide compelling supporting evidence, including photos, videos, and endorsements from participants in your initiative.

After reviewing the guide document and evaluation criteria, kindly submit your responses via our designated application portal.

Deadline: 31st July 2024

SDG awards 2024

Evaluation Criteria

Winning an SDG Award is not just an acknowledgment; it opens doors to a world of opportunities and provides a comprehensive package that amplifies your impact and influence. 

Recognition and Celebration
To recognize and celebrate outstanding contributions and achievements by, organizations, and initiatives that are actively working to advance the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Inspiration
To inspire and motivate more individuals and entities to engage in sustainable, socially responsible, and environmentally conscious actions and projects that align with the SDGs.
Awareness and Education
To raise awareness about the SDGs and their significance, educating a broader audience about global challenges and the role they can play in addressing them.
Networking and Collaboration
To facilitate connections and collaboration among award winners, nominees, experts, and stakeholders in the field of sustainable development, fostering a global network of like-minded individuals and organizations.
Measurement of Impact
To showcase and measure the real-world impact of initiatives that are addressing the SDGs, providing tangible examples of progress toward a more sustainable and equitable world.
Advocacy
To encourage advocacy and support for the SDGs, both from the public and from governments, businesses, and other key stakeholders.
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1. Alignment with SDGs

The nominated initiative or project must demonstrate a clear alignment with one or more of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

2. Impact and Results

To facilitate connections and collaboration among award winners, nominees, experts, and stakeholders in the field of sustainable development, fostering a global network of like-minded individuals and organizations.

3. Innovation and Creativity

Nominations should highlight innovative approaches, creative solutions, or unique strategies employed to address sustainable development challenges.

4. Sustainability and Longevity

The initiative should exhibit a commitment to sustainability, including plans for long-term impact and continuous improvement.

5. Scalability and Replicability

Nominees should demonstrate the potential for scaling up their efforts to have a broader or more significant impact, and for inspiring others to replicate their work.

6. Collaboration and Partnerships

Initiatives that engage in collaborations with other organizations, businesses, governments, or community groups to further their goals will be favored.

7. Inclusivity and Equity

Nominated projects should promote inclusivity and equity, considering gender, age, race, and other aspects of diversity in their efforts.

8. Community Engagement

Evidence of active involvement and engagement with the community or target audience in planning, implementing, and evaluating the initiative is a plus.

9. Ethical and Responsible Practices

Nominations should adhere to ethical and responsible practices, including environmental sustainability, fair labor, and ethical sourcing.

10. Monitoring and Evaluation

The initiative should have robust monitoring and evaluation processes in place to measure its impact and adapt, as necessary.

11. Transparent Reporting

Nominated initiatives should have a history of transparent and accurate reporting on their activities, impact, and financials.

12. Awards Eligibility

Ensure that the nominee and the initiative meet all eligibility requirements, such as submission deadlines and compliance with rules and regulations.

13. Legal and Ethical Compliance

Nominees must comply with all relevant laws, regulations, and international standards.

14. Public Support and Testimonials

Positive testimonials or public support for the initiative can strengthen the nomination.

15. Environmental Responsibility

Projects should consider the environmental impact of their activities and take measures to minimize harm to the environment.

16. Adaptability and Resilience

Nominated initiatives should demonstrate their ability to adapt and remain resilient in the face of changing circumstances and challenges.

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