It is that time of year when time is running out to get your nominations in for the five categories of the Nominet Internet Awards.

The awards recognise achievements of organisations and individuals who have created projects that help make the internet a more inclusive, enjoyable and safer space for everyone.

The five categories of the Nominet Internet Awards recognise achievements of organisations and individuals who lead the way to make the internet a more inclusive, enjoyable and safer space for everyone.

The winners will gain plenty of Kudos and media coverage so consider if any of your projects fall within one of the five categories:

1. Building a networked nation – In association with Race Online 2012

Projects such as those enabling people to access the internet who may otherwise not have the opportunity.

2. Making the internet Safer – In association with Symantec

Projects including tools to reduce criminal activity on the internet or those enabling people to protect themselves online.

3. Opening the world of knowledge – In association with the British Library

Suitable candidates include those offering increased access to online materials, knowledge or information and / or using the internet to educate/train.

4. Empowering young people & citizens – In association with Childnet International

Nominations are welcomed from those engaging with young people on internet issues, or offering public, or those simply ensuring that citizens’ voices are heard

5. Nurturing powerful local partnerships – In association with the National Council for Voluntary Organisations

The final category includes those projects that make a difference in a local community with an online project, or use the Internet to bring a Community together.

Full information on the categories and entry criteria can be found on the Nominet site and you can complete your entry here. But hurry nominations must be in by 28th April 2011.

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  • Cathrine Gabler

    Absolutely yes! The above mentioned five categories are the successful myths for the development of award winning internet organizations. I cheer up for rewarding these UK internet organizations too.

    November 1, 2011 at 7:08 am