Open call for the best PR campaigns in the world, applications until May 6

The International Public Relations Association (IPRA) has announced the competition for the Golden World Awards for Excellence (GWA), the most prestigious award that recognizes excellence in the practice of public relations worldwide. As stated on the website of this leading global network of public relations professionals , the contest is open until May 6, and prizes are awarded in 38 categories.

All interested professionals in this field can find all information and how to apply for their PR projects and campaigns  on the website  of this international association, where they can also send questions if they have any doubts regarding the application.

By the way, the annual award IPRA – Golden World Awards was founded in 1990 with the intention of recognizing and rewarding the outstanding achievements of professionals in this field, in different categories. Recalling that the previous award winners are those who have met the highest international standards of excellence in public relations, on the IPRA website they also note that the Global Contribution Award is awarded to a campaign that aims to achieve one of the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals , and the overall IPRA Grand Prix for Excellence will be awarded to the entry judged to represent the highest standards that year.

The winners in all categories will be announced in July, and the names of the Grand Prix and Global Contribution Award winners will be announced at the gala dinner that will follow later.

As explained in the invitation, in the first step of evaluation, a jury composed of experienced communication professionals evaluates the applications and nominates the best for a shortlist, and in the next step, the final winners are selected based on unique merit, relevance, concrete goals, creative strategies and tactics, as well as visible results.

IPRA – International Association for Public Relations is an international association that was founded in 1955 in London, and today it gathers members from all over the world whose goal is to improve the field of communications and ethical practice in public relations.