The Nominet Trust has called for nominations for the Nominet Trust 100, which will highlight the most inspiring ways digital technology is being used for social good, it has been reported.
The deadline for nominations is 16th August and the winners will be decided by a steering group of industry experts and announced in October.
Nominet Trust board member and Top 100 project leader, Charles Leadbeater, said: “We want to show that digital technologies can make a real difference to some of the most pressing social challenges we face. We see the Nominet Trust 100 as a permanent, growing, public database of social innovators from around the world, there to inspire and educate others.
“We have a small team scouring the world for the most exciting and inspiring examples. But we need help from all over to give us ideas, tips and recommendations for projects and people, companies and communities, apps and hardware that we should look at. The more recommendations we get from people doing different things in different parts of the world the better.”
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