Frequently asked questions

Below is a list of frequently asked questions. Select the question link to display more information.

  1. In my organization there is an individual who works for us as part of our e-inclusion programme. We want to apply for the “Be Part of IT – Digital Inclusion Champions Award”. Should we apply as our project or as that individual?
  2. Which countries can apply?
  3. Are you only looking for individuals who found work as a result of being e-included?
  4. Why have you got two winners for each category?

In my organization there is an individual who works for us as part of our e-inclusion programme. We want to apply for the “Be Part of IT – Digital Inclusion Champions Award”. Should we apply as our project or as that individual?

In general, organizations applying for the Be Part of IT - Digital Inclusion Champions Awards should submit the name of their project rather than an individual within their organisation for the award. Individuals will apply when they have taken it upon themselves to champion e-inclusion but are not associated with any particular organization

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Which countries can apply?

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Are you only looking for individuals who found work as a result of being e-included?

No, there are other benefits and impacts that are also of interest. These include being less isolated, more socially included or having greater skills. An entry does not need to cover all these areas, but must cover at least one.

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Why have you got two winners for each category?

We want to reward small organizations who make significant impact, despite their size, or individuals who decide to do this work alone. We also want to reward larger organizations who have a significant role in this field. In neither case do we want potential entrants to be put off because they think they might be the "wrong size".

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