Nomination Form - Future Policy Award 2020
This nomination form can be completed in English, Spanish, French or German.
Full Name *
Organisation *
Email *
Address *
Tel/Skype *
Briefly describe your involvement with the nominated law or policy *
Official title of the nominated law or policy - Provide the full name of the nominated law or policy. Include a link to the legal text or enclose the text as attachment to your email. *
City / country where it is implemented - Indicate country, state, region or municipality. *
Year implementation started - Indicate the year when implementation started. If different, indicate also year of its adoption. *
Stakeholders and beneficiariesIndicate who has introduced the law or policy. Indicate which ministries / departments are now responsible for its implementation. Provide, if possible, full contact details of the people in charge. Indicate also other organizations involved in its implementation and beneficiaries. *
Stakeholders and beneficiariesIndicate who has introduced the law or policy.
Indicate which ministries / departments are now responsible for its implementation. Provide, if possible, full contact details of the people in charge. Indicate also other organizations involved in its implementation and beneficiaries.
Entity / Ministry / Department that introduced the law or policy *
Ministries / Departments responsible for the policy / overseeing implementation. Insert Full Name, Position, Email, Phone *
Other organizations key/contributing to implementation *
Beneficiaries *
Context in which the law or policy was enacted
Indicate what is the problem this policy is tackling and how was the policy formulated and adopted (which processes led to the policy’s formulation and adoption, who were the main stakeholders, who was consulted on the policy and how? Was there public participation/civil society, etc.). Provide also information if the policy has since then been evaluated, reviewed and/or amended.
1. Problem(s) tackled *
2. Processes that led to the policy’s formulation and adoption *
3. Evaluation / review / amendment since the policy’s adoption *
Purpose and objectives - What are the aims/goals stated by the policy itself? *
Methods and modalities
Provide answers to the below questions.
1. What are the policy’s key features? *
2. Have stakeholders implemented these measures? To what extent? Are there any problems? *
3. Who is monitoring and evaluating the implementation? *
4. Is the policy being regularly reviewed? Has there been continuous consultation and involvement of the various stakeholders/beneficiaries? *
5. Is the law or policy enforced, e.g. through mandatory compliance, legally enforceable standards, inspections, audits, review, sanctions for non-compliance? Who is responsible for enforcement? *
6. What are the costs of implementation? Who is covering these costs? Is there a sustainable budget provision (or are there potential budget cuts, change of political situation, etc.)? *
7. Future development: Will the policy continue to be implemented within the next two years (2021-2022) or are there any potential threats (budget cuts, change of political situation, etc.)? *
8. Is the policy due to be reviewed, evaluated, amended, etc. soon, are there additional policies being formulated to enhance implementation, etc. Which elements still need improvement? *
Results, impact and influence
A. Three measurable outputs Indicate, for example, the policy’s annual budget, the number of people protected against chemicals, of trainings organized, of services provided, of toolkits produced, etc.
B. Impacts that the law or policy has so far achieved How have the outputs of the law or policy transformed the reality? How has the policy impacted the health of people and the environment? For example, the policy led to a decrease of the percentage of cancer in a certain region, etc. *
Transferability: Do you know if this law/policy has been replicated by other cities, regions or countries? If so, where?If this is not yet the case, describe to what extent it is transferable and applicable to other countries. *
Exemplarity: Please explain the reasons why this law/policy should be seen as a ‘best law/policy’. Please provide up to three arguments why the policy should win a Future Policy Award 2020. Why it stands out? What makes it unique? What is particularly innovative? It could also be that it is under threat, etc. *
Exemplarity: Please explain the reasons why this law/policy should be seen as a ‘best law/policy’. Please provide up to three arguments why the policy should win a Future Policy Award 2020. Why it stands out? What makes it unique? What is particularly innovative? It could also be that it is under threat, etc. *
Experts of the policy or law that we can contact or interview for further information
If possible, indicate an expert for each category (policymaker, civil society and academia). Provide the experts’ full contact details.
Policymaker informant - Full Name, Position, Organization, Email, Phone
Civil society informant - Full Name, Position, Organization, Email, Phone
Academic informant - Full Name, Position, Organization, Email, Phone
Sources of information on this law/policy - Indicate all relevant information that is available online. Enclose all other relevant information as attachments to your email. We are particularly interested in receiving evaluation reports and annual reports of implementation about the law or policy *
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