All you need to know about the Community and Human Rights Awards (CAHR).
What is the full meaning of CAHR Awards?
Community and Human Rights Awards is the full meaning of the acronym CAHR Awards.
Who can be nominated for a category?
Individuals and organisations contributing to social justice and recognising the rights of communities as a contributing factor to the economic prosperity of Africa.
Who can make a nomination or vote?
Any member of the public with adequate information about the nominee and the work that they do in the category in which they are to be nominated or voted for.
Is there any cost to enter for the CAHR Awards?
Nomination and participation at the CAHR Awards is absolutely free.
Can I nominate myself or my company?
Nominations at the CAHR Awards can be done by a third party that has a good knowledge of the work that the nominee is doing in the category they hope to emerge from or by the prospective nominee themselves.
Can I enter for more than one category?
Individuals and organisations are eligible to be nominated in more than one category.
What is required for project verification?
Verifiable legal documents, pictures, article features, attendances and any other material that may aid adequate evaluation project claims.
Is my submission confidential?
Documents shared with us will only be used for the sole purpose for which it has been requested – decision-making.
How are the winners determined?
An aggregate of public vote, jury votes and project alignment with the requirements of the category, is the deciding factor for CAHR Awards winners.