The deadline for entering the 2024 Ockenden International Prizes, launched on September 1, 2023, is midnight (GMT) on Thursday, November 30, 2023. The winners will be announced by the end of March 2024.
The four winning organisations will each receive GBP25,000.
Ockenden International is looking for projects, activities and/or programmes (each ‘a project’) which advance self-reliance among refugees and/or displaced people. You can enter a project run by your non-profit organisation or you can nominate a project managed by a non-profit partner or affiliated organisation. In these Entry Rules, ‘the organisation’ refers to the not-for-profit organisation which manages the project.
The project should be the entire focus of the entry. All entries should be made via the online Entry Form. All entries – and supporting documentation, including financials and accounts (in $US) – must be in English. If you do not have access or a stable connection to the Internet and/or would like a hardcopy for reference, download the hardcopy version of the Entry Form, fill, in block letters, print, and post it to the address below to be received no later than Thursday, November 30, 2023.
The judges will, in particular, look for:
For organisations lacking stable access to the Internet, postal entries will be considered. If required, download the .pdf version of the Entry Form, complete the form in block letters, print and mail it, along with the requested documentation, by the closing date, Thursday, November 30, 2023, to:
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To be eligible for a 2024 Prize, entries must have started before March 1, 2023. To comply with the rules, projects or programmes entered have to be at least six months old (as of August 31, 2023). The time frame allows entrants to provide the evidence required to be in the running for one of the four annual Prizes which reward the achievements of existing refugee and/or displaced people projects, not programmes or planned projects seeking start-up funds.