Are you a young (between 18 to 35 years old) and dedicated nature conservationist committed to protecting species of wild animals and plants? Do you combine passion with action to create concrete results in nature conservation? Are you the future for nature?
Then submit an application for the Future for Nature Awards 2021, and be the lucky winner to go home with £50,000 and the prestigious FFN award.
Application Deadline: September 1 2021
The following criteria must be met to be eligible to apply and will be used in the selection procedure for the Future For Nature Award winners.
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From all applications, 6 to 10 nominees would be selected. These applicants would be asked to provide additional information (written info, photos, video) which will be used to select the final three award.
The Future For Nature Award is a prestigious international award that celebrates tangible achievements in protecting wild animal and plant species.
The Future For Nature aims to:
Winning the FFN Award gives the winners international recognition for their work and opens doors that were previously closed.
FFN offers the winners a platform and brings their stories to the attention of conservationists, financiers and a wide audience, allowing them to increase their impact and gain more access to funds.
We also give the (former) winners an extra stage via the Future For Nature Academy. This is an independently functioning committee, which is active in several Dutch cities for and by students with the aim of inspiring students to become active in nature conservation and to offer them resources such as lectures, networking and workshops.
FFN is building a growing Family of (previous) winners, dedicated people who form a community of like-minded people. FFN offers them the opportunity to meet each other and continue to learn with each other in order to continue their fight for nature as efficiently and effectively as possible.
Step 1: A call for candidates is published on the Future For Nature (FFN) website and Facebook page (June/July)
Step 2: After the deadline of submission (mid-September), the FFN Office sends all eligible applications to the National Selection Committee (NSC). Criteria for eligibility can be found on the Application Criteria Page.
Step 3: The members of the NSC assess the applications of which 6 to 10 candidate nominees are selected.
Step 4: After approval by the Board the nominees are requested to provide further information (written information, photos, video, extended reference statements).
Step 5: The information received from the nominees is sent to the International Selection Committee (ISC). Each ISC member scores the candidates and gives a qualitative evaluation. ISC members are also entitled to oppose the nomination of a specific candidate.
Step 6: Based on averaging the results of the ISC members the FFN Office ranks the candidates.
Step 7: The Board decides on the top three candidates being eligible as a winner of the Future For Nature Award. Subsequently, the Future For Nature Office will communicate to the Selection Committees and to all others concerned about the winners.
Note: In case a member of one the Selection Committees faces a conflict of interest regarding a nominee, he/she is omitted from evaluating this candidate.
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