• These awards celebrate achievements during 2016.
  • All entries must be submitted online. The submission text should be no more than 500 words in length, and must specifically address the key criteria set out for the relevant category.
  • You may enter as many categories as you wish, but you must complete a separate submission for each one.
  • You may also submit more than one entry per category where projects or initiatives are distinctive and unrelated. Otherwise we advise you to combine the best elements of each in a stronger single entry.
  • You may enter a project that has been undertaken in collaboration with an external public or private partner
  • If your entry relates to an initiative or project carried out in collaboration with another company / organisation or individual then submission should be in the name of the lead company / organisation or individual.
  • Entries can be completed by the company / organisation or individual themselves on behalf of another.. If you are entering on behalf of a company / organisation or individual please make sure you obtain the relevant consent.  CLOSING DATE FOR ENTRIES IS 5PM ON THE 15TH DECEMBER 2016.
  • The shortlist will be published on the 16th January 2017, with the winners being announced on the 31st March 2017.​

ENTRY GUIDELINES


GENERAL GUIDELINES


  • When preparing your submission please review the award criteria carefully.
  • Ensure that your submission contains sufficient robust information.
  • On receipt of your submission, a unique ID number will be generated and emailed to you. This will be quoted in subsequent Awards correspondence relating to your entry, including any notification of shortlisting.
  • The contact details you provide in your entry form will be used throughout the awards process. If these details change after the form has been submitted, please send your new contact information by email to nominate@restorativepracticeawards.com

JUDGING GUIDELINES


ENTRY GUIDELINES​


​​Our awards are simple to enter and are open to anyone within the United Kingdom. The information below will help you to prepare your entry. 

  • Our Judges are an independent panel, picked for their expertise in the field.
  • The Judges will take overall responsibility for a category, chose at random, and presided over by a head judge.
  • Any conflict raised between a Judge and company / organisation or individual within their category will result in a different judge being responsible for this category.
  • The winner will be announced on the 31st March 2017.