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Eligibility Criteria

2016 Eligibility Criteria for Untold Stories, Campaigning for Action and the Peace Generation

Nominations and voting for the 2016 Awards are now closed.

Untold Stories - Women Transforming their Communities
Criteria:

  • Must be a woman from the Philippines, Afghanistan, Indonesia, Nepal, Myanmar, Sri Lanka or Pakistan.
  • Must be aged 30 years or older and must not have previously won an N-Peace Award.
  • Must have demonstrated capacity in working for conflict prevention, resolution, or peacebuilding at a community level. 
  • Must uphold the values of gender equality and women’s empowerment.
  • The nominee could be working for an organization, group or by themselves, but must work within her local community at the grassroots level.
  • The nominee could be a village official, someone who mediates within her community, the founder of a local women’s group, or someone who teaches and empowers others to resolve and prevent violence and conflict. Work and activities that are focused on peacebuilding and empowering women are eligible.
  • The nominee should be a person who people in her local community turn to for help with problems; a woman who lives and works in her local community.
  • Must be willing to have information about their work used for advocacy purposes through the N-Peace network.
  • Must be residing in the Asia-Pacific region at the time of being nominated.


Criteria:

  • Women and men from the Philippines, Afghanistan, Indonesia, Nepal, Myanmar, Sri Lanka or Pakistan are eligible.
  • Must be aged 30 years or older and must not have previously won an N-Peace Award.
  • Must have demonstrated capacity in mobilizing people and resources for peacebuilding at a national, sub-regional or regional level.
  • The nominee should have wide-ranging experience in advocating for systemic change relating to women’s inclusion in conflict prevention, resolution, peacebuilding or security at a national, sub-regional or regional level.
  • The nominee could be a representative of a civil society, a public servant or a government official. For example, the nominee could be a police officer who has sought and achieved national policy change on women and security, or a member of parliament who has consistently advocated for the inclusion of women in peace processes and mobilized resources to implement this.
  • Must be willing to have information about their work used for advocacy purposes through the N-Peace network.
  • Must be residing in the Asia-Pacific region at the time of being nominated.

Criteria:
  • Women and men from the Philippines, Afghanistan, Indonesia, Nepal, Myanmar, Sri Lanka or Pakistan are eligible.
  • Must be aged 29 years or younger at the time of nomination and must not have previously won an N-Peace Award.
  • The nominee should be viewed as an emerging leader in their local community or country.
  • The nominee will have demonstrated leadership potential in one of the following areas realting to peacebuilding, conflict prevention or resolution: policy change, advocacy and mobilization, media communications, or community action.
  • The nominee could be a representative of an organization, government department, civil society or educational institute. Nominees could also be independent members of the public who have demonstrated leadership in peacebuilding.
  • Must be residing in the Asia-Pacific region at the time of being nominated.
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