2017 'Celebrating Young People Awards' - 23 November

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Nominations are open

2017 ‘Celebrating Young People Awards’ – 23 November

We all know young people making our families, communities and world a better place.

We’d like to hear all about them, so that we can share their stores, celebrate their commitment and inspire others.

The Awards celebrate those young people living out Catholic social teaching in their lives and communities.

This year the Award Ceremony is timed to take place just a few days before National youth Sunday in November.

A young person or group (aged 11-25) who you nominate could join us for the glittering ceremony in London,

with guest of honour, Archbishop Malcolm McMahon (Chair of the Catholic Education Service).

There are seven categories to nominate people for, including promoting peace and fostering community.

There is also an award for an inspiring adult youth leader. Check out the categories and resources to help promote the Awards at

millionminutes.org/awards

All young people nominated will be considered for the Pope Francis Award presented by Archbishop McMahon.

 Nominations are now open – It only takes a few minutes

It couldn’t be easier to nominate. Tell us about your nominee (or group) now – it will only take a few minutes:

millionminutes.org/nominate

You will also find all the information about the Awards criteria and resources to use with your young people at

millionminutes.org/awards

Please pass this on to others who might know inspiring young people to nominate.

We’re especially keen to find those isolated or overlooked young people who really deserve celebrating!

 

 

 

 

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