- People and organisations everywhere are encouraged to submit their outstanding SDG Action and nominate to become one of the UN SDG Action Award winners.
- The winning initiatives will be honored at the UN SDG Action Awards Ceremony and widely amplified throughout the year to inspire the growing global SDG Action community to accelerate change for people and the planet.
Award Categories:The 2020 edition is seeking creative, scalable and transformative initiatives worldwide that:
Large numbers of individuals and organizations to take action for the achievement of the Goals; whilst building coalitions across communities and societies;
People to shift behaviors and policies for the achievement of the Goals; whilst promoting the values of hope and solidarity;
Partners to increase progress on the Goals, whilst strengthening dialogue and trust between people and institutions at all levels.
How To Apply:
- To enter a project or initiative to win please begin by registering and filling in each section of the application form. Your application can be saved and edited each time you return, until you submit the completed form prior to the closing date. The best entries will offer clear supporting evidence such as photos and videos and endorsements from participants in your initiative.APPLY HERE or
- nominating other for UN SDG Action Awards Special CALL: Solidarity Award. APPLY HERE
Each shortlisted entry will be scored on a scale of 0-10 for each of the 3 criteria below for a maximum overall score of 30 points:
- Impact: What kind of tangible impact has this initiative had? What are the direct benefits and to whom? We will consider the number of people impacted, policies/legislation changed, etc. – (0-10)
- Approach: How is this initiative new or transformative in comparison to what has been done before? Is it a breakthrough idea or process, or a whole new way to address an issue? Is it including those often left behind? (0-10)
- Scalability/Replicability: Does this initiative have the potential to scale up or be replicated to create a greater impact? Is there any evidence that replication or scaling is already happening? (0-10)
19 July 2020