Every year, we identify a range of politicians, diplomats and international business representatives who exemplify the very essence of what it means to be a grassroot diplomat.
Nominee must have actively championed a cause for the betterment of society. Nominee may have authored, campaigned, lobbied or publicly added their voice to a policy issue that they feel strongly about. Policy may be a local, regional, national or international initiative on any subject matter.
Nominee must have participated in social projects, led and initiated by civil society and/or non-government organisations. Nominee actively engages marginalised members of society through social programmes/ projects and participates in work led by NGOs in any field or subject matter.
Nominee has actively participated in supporting small businesses, entrepreneurs and young people as one of the measures to recover from the economic downturn. Nominee may have assisted in creating new jobs or opened paths for greater trade relation that has had a positive effect on society in general.
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Disclaimer: Information contained in this nomination form will be kept strictly confidential and will not be communicated to any person other than those involved in the judging committee associated to Grassroot Diplomat.