The Global Game Changers Awards 2017 - Entry Form
1. The awards are free to enter.
2. Award sponsors may not enter the category they sponsor.
3. You must have permission of the organisation or individual to nominate them to win an award.
4. Entries are treated in confidence.
5. You must provide examples of your work, please ensure any written material does not exceed 3 pages. You can email links, testimonials or further supporting information to
6. You can submit multiple entries across the categories but a separate submission must be made for each nomination.
7. Incomplete entries will not be judged.
8. All entries will be acknowledged on receipt. Entries will become the property of The Herald / Innovators Magazine and entries will not be returned.
9. The Herald / Innovators Magazine reserve the right to withdraw an award from any applicant supplying false information within their entry. Judges reserve the right to audit any information supplied.
10. Information supplied will be shared with the judging panel and all information will be treated as confidential. It will not be used for any purpose other than judging the competition. Finalist organisations may be included in related media coverage and may be required to take part in promotional activities about Global Game Changers.
11. The judges’ decisions are final and no feedback can be provided on entries.
12. By registering and completing an entry for the awards you agree to these terms and conditions.

You must provide examples of your work. Additional items can be submitted to help us evaluate your entry, for example: images, testimonials. Your supporting materials may be included in your entry, or you can email additional files to Please ensure written material does not exceed 3 pages.

If applicable, supply any relevant URLs.

Your entry should be saved as the category you are entering and your organisation name. For example: Empowering Intrapreneurship - The ABC Company.

You may submit multiple entries, and entries may be submitted in more than one category.

The judges will consider entrants success to date, or potential to have, a global impact within the context of the UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

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