IPA Right To Play Award PROGRAMME
Call for Submissions
The “IPA Right to Play Award” Programme was created to recognise and celebrate projects that utilise innovative and practical ways to implement Article 31 of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.
Appropriate projects include activity programs, public awareness campaigns, media products, implemented national or local legislation, design of spaces, and design of play items.
This award was launched at the IPA World Conference in Melbourne, Australia in 1993 and since then awards have been made at every Triennial World Conference. The awards provide an opportunity for winners and nominees to showcase their work to both their community and the world. Nominations are invited from organisations and individuals that represent profit or not for profit organisations.
Award winners will be announced at the 21st Triennial IPA World Conference hosted in Jaipur, November 2020 and featured on the IPA World website.
Download IPA Right to Play Award Programme Submission Form here
The IPA Right to Play Award Programme Submission Form is to be sent to:
Kathy Wong Kin-ho
by email attachment to [email protected]
Accompanied submissions to be exhibited may be brought to the conference in person on the first day of the conference.
Unaccompanied submissions to be exhibited should be sent to arrive between 19th and 30th October, 2020.
Details of where to send unaccompanied submissions will be provided upon acknowledgement receipt of your submission form.