We have ten fantastic categories for the 2020 Awards – picking the right one for your nominee is important. It’s your opportunity to shine a light on what area their work has made most difference. Perhaps they have used the law in a really effective way? Or maybe they’ve taken on a big institution to create change. Either way, try to pick the most fitting category when nominating.

Without the support of our nine sponsors, these Awards couldn’t happen. This year, we have two new sponsors on-board, Shelter and the John Ellerman Foundation. We have one more category up for grabs – Best Digital Award. If you know someone or an organisation who would like to sponsor this Award, please tell them to get in touch with us.

To recognise a successful campaign that has used digital tools and technology in innovative and powerful ways.

The 2020 Awards Best Digital Campaign category is still looking for a sponsor. If you or anyone you know might be interested in joining a brilliant team of Award sponsors please get in touch and we can send you an Award sponsorship pack.

To recognise campaigns that successfully challenge poor or unfair consumer practise, or which successfully promote or strengthen consumer rights and protection. Sponsored by Which?

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This award recognises campaigns led by multiple partners in ways which are creative, respectful and genuinely collaborative. Sponsored by Frederick Mulder Foundation.

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Celebrating a campaign that has successfully used the law to drive change - whether using existing legislation to leverage rights and protections or using strategic litigation to strengthen existing or create new legislation. Sponsored by Bates Wells.

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This Award recognises campaigns either led by or that give voice and profile to those groups who are least heard. It could be any group within the protected characteristics of age; disability; race; religion or belief; sex; sexual orientation; gender reassignment; marriage and civil partnership; and pregnancy and maternity. Sponsored by the John Ellerman Foundation.

This Award celebrates a successful campaign that has taken place at a local community level. It could be led by one or many but will have led to a change that benefits all of or a significant portion of the local community. Sponsored by LLoyds Bank Foundation.

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This Award is all about the little guys. It celebrates individuals or small campaign groups that take on much bigger organisations and challenge vested power. Sponsored by Joseph Rowntree Reform Trust.Josephy Rowntree Reform Trust logo
Celebrating campaigns instigated, delivered and led by a person or people under the age of 30. Sponsored by The Blagrave Trust.

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This Award recognises an individual who has provided outstanding leadership to their organisation or community in pursuit of change. Sponsored by Prospectus.

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To recognise the work and contribution of an exceptional individual who has campaigned over a long period of time. Sponsored by Shelter.

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