Queen’s Human Rights Initiative Award
The Queen’s Human Rights Initiative Award is given annually in recognition of initiatives that have made an outstanding contribution to the advancement of equality and human rights at Queen’s University.
Nominations for the Queen’s Human Rights Initiative Award will be judged on the following criteria:
• Positive impact on the University community
• Broad community partnerships
The closing date for nomination submissions will be November 30th each year. The award will normally be granted on December 10th (the Anniversary of the U.N. Declaration of Human Rights).
Nominations of initiatives developed by Kingston community members will be considered provided the initiative was directly intended to benefit the Queen’s community.
Please direct any questions about the Queen’s Human Rights Initiative Award to the Human Rights Office at 533-6886 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Queen’s Human Rights Initiative Award Nomination Form
1. Nominator Information
Please provide us with some information about yourself.
Name: ______________________________________ Phone Number: ______________________________________ Email Address: ______________________________________
2. Nominee Information
Please provide us with some information about the initiative you are nominating. Name (Title) of Initiative: __________________________________________ Name(s) of Initiative Organizers/Supervisors: ___________________________ Phone Number: __________________________________________
Email Address: __________________________________________ Brief Description of Initiative:
3. Award Criteria
Please explain how you feel this initiative meets the four criteria for this Award. Feel free to attach additional sheets/documentation.
A. Originality of the initiative
How is this initiative unique for the Queen’s community?
B. Positive impact on the University community
How has the initiative changed the culture, landscape, etc. of Queen’s University?
C. Sustainability of the initiative
In what ways will this initiative have lasting benefits for the Unive rsity community?
D. Broad community partnerships
How has the initiative encouraged partnership/cooperation among University and/or Kingston community constituents? Have any new or atypical relationships been forged through this initiative?
Thank you for your nomination! Please submit this form to the Selection Committee by one of the following means:
By Mail: The Selection Committee Queen’s Human Rights Initiative Award c/o The Human Rights Office, A320 Mac-Corry Hall
By Email: email@example.com By Fax: (613) 533-6576
Annual closing date for nomination submissions: November 30th
If you have any further questions about this form or the Award, contact the Human Rights Office at 533-6886 or firstname.lastname@example.org