This year’s Innovation in Politics Award in the Education category has been won by a project from Estonia. Project Manager Karin Künnapas was presented the Award by the Austrian Federal President Alexander Van der Bellen.
Local leaders of Wittenberge have won the Innovation in Politics Award in the category “Economy” for their pioneering work attracting young digital professionals and start-ups to a small rural town with an ageing population.
An increasing variety of innovation in almost all areas of politics: This is the main revelation of this year’s Innovation in Politics Awards.
A jury of 1,000 European citizens will single out the year’s most innovative political projects. Submissions are open now.
The Innovation in Politics Awards honour Europe’s most creative and courageous political projects in Europe.
The Innovation in Politics Awards will take place for the fourth time this year. They offer a stage for policy innovations and model projects from across Europe, to serve as inspiration for politicians as well as citizens.
This year, the Innovation in Politics Awards for the best political projects from all over Europe were presented in Berlin. Out of over 400 nominees, 80 finalists and eight winners in eight categories were selected by a jury of more than 1,000 European citizens.
Am Samstag wurden in Wien die Innovation in Politics Awards für die besten politischen Projekte aus ganz Europa zum zweiten Mal verliehen. Aus über 600 Nominierten wurden in acht Kategorien 80 Finalisten und acht Gewinner von einer Jury aus 1.053 europäischen Bürgerinnen und Bürgern ausgewählt.
Out of 589 nominated projects, a jury of 1,022 European citizens has selected 80 finalists, representing a wide spectrum of political work.
From today until 31 July the Innovation in Politics Awards will be looking for innovative policy projects in the UK to be nominated. Winners will be announced at an awards ceremony in Vienna on 6 December. The new annual awards for creative and courageous politicians all over Europe will be chosen by a jury of 1,000 citizens from all over Europe.