The Young Generation’s Award for Contribution to Romanian Society is sponsored by Main Partner CRH Romania.
For the first time in Romania, young people get to share their view of what drives the society further. This young generation, also called Generation Y or the Net Generation, born between the ‘90s and early 2000, grew up in a tech era, and already show different priorities and expectations than the previous generations.
Let’s understand how they see the Romanian society developing. Who do they believe are the game-changers and who are their local role models? What projects do they think will have a far-reaching positive impact on Romania?
Who is the young generation who makes the nominations and selection of the award winner?
Each company will invite a number of employees under 30 to nominate two personalities or projects with a noteworthy positive contribution to Romanian society. The procedure for selecting the participants is entirely up to each company.
Nota bene: Any number of employees may be invited, provided that they are under 30 years old and have at least 3 years of work experience. The more diverse the group, the better: we recommend that there are both male and female participants, from all types of functions: management, operational and support functions.
Eligible employees register for the “Young Generation Panel” by clicking here.
The Romania Insider Awards Team sends out a personalized link to each eligible employees who have registered for the Panel, for nominating candidates, and later on, for the vote.
Each Panel member nominates two personalities or projects, and submits a short description (100-150 words) for each of them, explaining the reason for nomination. Public nominations will not be available for this award.
Once the nominations phase is concluded, Young Generation Panel Members will be able to review all nominations and cast 3 votes for their 3 favorite candidates. One vote will be worth 9 points, the second will be worth 5 points and the third will be worth 1 point.
The nomination with the highest number of points will win the award. In case of a tie, a second voting round will be organized.
Who is eligible for the Award?
Any personality or initiative with a noteworthy positive contribution to Romanian society.
- Person or initiative contributing to any of the following European goals and values: tolerance, inclusion, respect for diversity, justice and the rule of law, respect for private life, freedom of thought, religion, assembly, expression and information.
- A personality or a game-changing initiative that has significantly impacted Romanian economic, social, industrial or cultural landscape.