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Who's the Best on the Internet? The Webby Awards Winners Have Been Announced!

The Webby Awards honour excellence and achievement on the internet and are among the highest accolades around in the world of interactive media. A bit like the Oscars for the Internet. This year's crop of the best online content includes a few great examples of the internet's power to push forward social change and environmental awareness. Read on

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Nominate Now: ISIF Asia Awards

Know of any innovative development initiatives in the Asia Pacific region that promote access to the web, digital literacy or use the internet to achieve humanitarian goals? Nominate them now for this year’s ISIF Asia Awards! Read on

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Call Out To All Social Entrepreneurs, Inventors and Technology Whizz Kids With Clever Ideas For Social Good

Are you, or do you know someone who has been developing technologies and innovations with a social impact potential for people in developing and emerging countries? Could these technologies and innovations help generate jobs? Are they underpinned by fairness, social responsibility and self-sustainability? If so, the 'empowering people, Award' can help bring them to scale. Read on

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Sankalp Awards Expand To Africa

India’s most prestigious Social Entrepreneurship Awards, Sankalp Awards, were instituted to discover and bring to the spotlight leading social innovations for wide scale impact. The Awards have been designed to go beyond to address key issues faced by entrepreneurs and the great thing is their recent expansion to hold separate awards for Africa. Read on

Help Save Norway...Wait, What?!

A Norwegian humanitarian group is turning the tables on traditional forms of non-profit campaigning, carrying out a series of clever initiatives to encourage NGOs change the way they communicate and advertise. Read on

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Proposals currently being accepted for the Right Livelihood Award

Proposals are currently being accepted until March 1 for the Right Livelihood Award (aka The Alternative Nobel Prize). The award recognises those who work tirelessly to make the world a better place. People can nominate anyone or any organisation whose work they deem worthy of the award which is bestowed upon the winner at the Swedish Parliament in Stockholm every year. Read on