Here you describe your initiative or strategy; what you did and why you did it, how it was successful and what your fellow professionals could learn from your experience. You can use a mix of text, pictures, video and PDFs etc. to convey your ideas and engage the interest of judges. We recommend that you include a concise overview for judges spending less time reviewing entries, with greater depth also provided for those that wish to know more. You will be able to fine-tune (edit) your materials up until the time that judging starts.
Any background or confidential information that you would like the organisers to take into account when considering this entry for nomination. This will not be published.
Your entry in full.
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About the following
These input blocks for Impact, Innovation and Inspiration are provided in case you would wish to provide additional information for the judges, to help them understand the strength of your submission in terms of each of our three judging criteria.
The difference made in target communities and benefits to the organisation - good anecdotal or metric evidence of real outcomes rather than reams of stats.
What's distinctive about this entry and how being creative has helped you overcome challenges - a good idea that your fellow professionals might not have thought of.
Hints and tips from your real experience to help your fellow professionals (the judges) adopt your good ideas and apply them to suit their circumstances.