Announcing the third annual Georgian Responsible Business Awards Meliora 2020
We are proud to announce the third annual Georgian Responsible Business Awards – Meliora 2020!
Meliora is the most visible award in Georgia recognising Georgian business efforts in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). The goal is to raise awareness of the need of CSR among businesses and citizens, and acknowledge those companies making strides in this area.
Meliora is organised by the Center for Strategic Research and Development of Georgia (CSRDG), with the support of the European Union and Konrad-Adenaer-Stiftung (KAS).
The focus of Meliora 2020 will be Corporate Social Responsibility in light of the current COVID-19 pandemic. As such, applications will be accepted from Georgian businesses in following four categories:
● Supporting employees during COVID 19 pandemic
● Supporting clients, customers and suppliers during COVID-19 pandemic
● Supporting society /communities during COVID-19 pandemic
● Supporting SMEs and most suffered industries during COVID-19 pandemic
Winners, receiving awards for recognition, will be selected by an independent jury consisting of the leading Georgian and international experts would evaluate nominees based on the consistency and effectiveness of their effort, sustainability of the results, and proper design of the initiatives.
The deadline for the applications is 7th December.
Winners will be announced in spring 2021.
This unique competition provides business companies a chance to promote their efforts in CSR and gain recognition for the best place. Georgia’s Responsible Business Awards held with the partnership of International and local expert organizations and business platforms was launched in 2018 and till now counts 140 submitted CSR projects.
The detailed information about Meliora 2020 can be find on www.meliora.ge
About the project “Georgian Civil Society Sustainability Initiative”: Starting from January 2017 a consortium led by Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung in partnership with four Georgian civil society organisations: Civil Society Institute (CSI), Center for Strategic Research and Development of Georgia (CSRDG), Center for Training and Consultancy (CTC), Education, Development and Employment Center (EDEC), have been implementing the Georgian Civil Society Sustainability Initiative (CSSIGE) in order to address key challenges of Georgian civil society sector.
The project is funded by the European Union and co-funded by Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung.
For further information please contact
Salome Topuridze, PR expert, CSRDG
Tel: (+995) 599 326 555