Nominations are now closed!
We recognize that the way in which we communicate has changed drastically in the last number of years and that is true for how we communicate about humanitarian issues too.
Online there are countless individuals who are using their platform to bring social injustices and inequalities to light. From speaking about mental health or raising awareness about racism, disability discrimination, or other human rights issues, we want to hear about the people who are using their voice online for the greater good.
We want to hear from individuals, who through their online humanitarian efforts, shine a light on issues affecting people in Ireland and abroad.
All nominees must be Irish or Ireland Based
Finalists will be notified by the judging panel in early November. This year’s winners will be honoured at a live ceremony that will take place in Smock Alley on Sunday 28th November at 7pm. The ceremony will last approximately two hours.
Entries will be judged on the following:
- How the nominee(s) made an outstanding contribution to humanitarian work/ issues
- How many people were impacted/ reached/ influenced/ educated by the work of the nominee(s)
- How much of a lasting impact the nominee(s) is making on the lives of others
- How the nominee(s) and/ or their story is inspiring others to make change
- How compelling you tell your/ your nominee(s) story
- Nominees must be Irish or Ireland based