Deadline:8 October, 2012
Open to: innovators whose bold thinking and high-impact work has helped women
The Trust Women Award is part of the Trust Women Conference, a joint venture between Thomson Reuters Foundation and the International Herald Tribune, dedicated to forging real solutions to challenges faced by women worldwide. This year, it would like to award a creative innovator, that would improve women’s condition in the world.
Administered by the Thomson Reuters Foundation and judged by distinguished members of the Trust Women Advisory Board, the competition is opened celebrate an innovator whose bold thinking and high-impact work has helped women defend and advance their rights. Nominees will be judged on the groundbreaking nature of their work, its impact and scalability.
The winner will be acknowledged through Reuters and IHT channels, including a profile in the IHT, and will receive a cash prize of $5,000 to help further their work.
If you want to apply for a nomination, fill in the application form. The application is designed to help the applicants to describe how their nominee’s initiative or project has made a significant difference on the ground in promoting women’s rights. Self-nominations are accepted, as well.
The closing date for entries is Monday, 8 October, 2012. Shortlisted nominees will be notified in late October. The winner will be announced at an awards ceremony on Tuesday, 4 December 2012 in London.