Palms Australia’s Solidarity Awards recognise individuals, Australian organisations or groups who have acted in solidarity by cooperating across cultures to achieve a just, sustainable, interdependent and peaceful world free of poverty.
Palms Solidarity Awards were inaugurated in 2012 with Palms patron, Dr José Ramos-Horta, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate and President of Timor-Leste 2007-2012, presenting the awards.
Palms Australia is now seeking nominations for its 5th annual Solidarity Awards to be presented at the awards dinner on 3 November 2017. Nominations close 20 October, 2017. Find out more about the Awards Dinner and book your place here.
Nominations may be made in the following award categories:
- Roy Boylan Award for long-term commitment to justice and peace at home and abroad
Criteria: A person, organisation or group which facilitates Palms’ model of solidarity through long-term relationships of mutual sustainable development to build individual and organisational capacity.
- Br. Damian Keane Award for voluntary help to Palms’ office and operational capacity
Criteria: A person who has given reliable and consistent voluntary commitment behind the scenes in Palms office or the community generally,.
- Donor Contribution Award
Criteria: A person who has made significant financial contributions to Palms volunteer program.
- Cyril Hally Award
Criteria: A person, organisation or group that has contributed to recruitment and effective cross-cultural engagement
- Community Engagement Award
Criteria: A person who has linked and engaged community groups in support of sustainable development projects.
Nominate now by completing the form below: