The shortlisted candidates for each category of the Digital Leaders 100 awards, which recognise the achievements of individuals, organisations and products making a real difference in the world of citizen-facing digital services, have been announced.
Run by our sister publication Digital By Default News in partnership with the Digital Leaders programme, this year’s expanded awards will name the top 100 Digital Leaders across 10 categories, including NGO.
The NGO category aims to single out charities and not-for-profits that have played a major role in projects that enable the benefits of digital to be made available to all. The winners will have shown leadership and innovation in harnessing digital technology and the internet as providers of information, key services and social interaction.
To select your final winners, head to the DL100 voting page and choose the best of the best in each category.
Voting is open until Monday the 2nd of June and the final Digital Leaders 100 list will be announced on the 18th of June.
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