The Collaboration Award recognises the importance of effective relationships and collaborations within and across disciplines to tackle difficult issues.
We are experiencing a move from traditional NGO/donor links and "aid chains" to relationships that cut across sectors and disciplines. This award focuses on emerging collaborations to highlight what is working and what is possible. We're looking for successful projects that demonstrate effective and sustaiable collaborations.
Are you collaborating?
If your organisation has successfully worked in partnership on a project with an unusual mix of organisations and individuals – for instance, local entrepreneurs, governments, funders, the private sector, consultants, academics, researchers – we want to hear from you.
A successful collaboration could mean you've overcome particular obstacles, used technology creatively, or found new ways to collaborate across geographical boundaries. You may have had to compromise or take calculated risks with new collaborations that hadn't been tried before.
Entries will be judged on the following criteria:
- The narrative - how compellingly you explain your project
- The currency - how you interpret and respond to current global challenges
- The reach - who and how many people were affected and how you measured this
- The impact - what is the likelihood of impact and sustainability
- The success - what made this collaboration successful
Entries are now closed.
Last year's winner
Chance for Childhood's Right2Change project encouraged more mainstream services, like KATI’s youth enterprise schemes, to include young offenders in their client group.