"INCLUSIVE TRANSITION" ENGAGES GLOBALLY
WIN WIN Award has reached new heights with no fewer than 430 nominations for this year's prize. The theme for 2024 is Inclusive Transition and has engaged people and organisations worldwide."
THEME 2024 ANNOUNCED
On the annual award night 20th October, the theme for 2024 "Inclusive Transition" was announced by jury member Per Olsson, Deputy Science Director at Stockholm Resilience Centre, Stockholm University.
ANNOUNCEMENT: WINNERS OF 2023
Bellingcat, the international collective of investigative journalist, is the recipient of the WIN WIN Award 2023 and Abbie Richards, a disinformation researcher and social media expert, is awarded the WIN WIN Youth Award.
MAYOR OF GOTHENBURG NEW CHAIR OF WIN WIN AWARD
Jonas Attenius (S), Mayor of Gothenburg, joins the WIN WIN Award boards as the new chair. Annie Hohlfält, head of development at Framtiden Group, is elected the new chair of the jury.
ANNOUNEMENT: FINALISTS OF 2023
After reviewing over 300 nominations, the jury can now reveale the five finalists for each prestigous award. The WIN WIN Gothenburg Sustainability Award theme for 2023 is Fighting Disinformation, scouting for solutions against the harmful effects of disinformation.
FRI TANKE - THEME PARTNER OF 2023
The Swedish publishing house Fri Tanke is the theme partner for WIN WIN Award 2023, working together to disseminate knowledge about the implications of disinformation on a sustainable society.
CARL HEATH IS THE EXPERT ADVISOR FOR 2023
Carl Heath is a senior researcher at RISE and an educator in countering foreign malign information influence, disinformation, and other misleading information directed at Sweden or at Swedish interest at the Psycological Defence Agency.
THEME 2023 - FIGHTING DISINFORMATION
While digitalisation has change the way people communicate in man positive ways, the spread of disinformation has increased in worrying ways. You can now nominate persons or organisations to the WIN WIN Award 2023: Fighting Disinformation.
WIN WIN AWARD WEEK
During the week of 17-21 October, the winners of WIN WIN Award and WIN WIN Youth Award will spend their time in Gothenburg and around Västra Götaland region to present their initiatives in different arenas and exchange experiences with local actors.
SUSTAINABLE AQUACULTURE ON THE MENU IN SKÖVDE
WIN WIN Award teamed up with Skövde municipality's meal department and Coop Väst for the project “Under ytan till Grytan” / “Under the surface to the pot” to engage the citizen’s in sustainable aquaculture.
SWEDISH GÅRDSFISK AND COLOMBIAN RESEARCHER SARA GUTIERREZ PLATA IS THE 2022 RECIPIENTS OF WIN WIN AWARD AND WIN WIN YOUTH AWARD
The 2022 winners of the WIN WIN Gothenburg Sustainability Award and the WIN WIN Youth Award are now offical. The prestigious awards are given to Swedish fish farm Gårdsfisk and to researcher Sara Gutierrez Plata of the Fisheries Institute in Mexico respectively.
WINNER ANNOUNCEMENT AT FRIHAMNSDAGARNA
On Friday the 26th of August the winners of the WIN WIN Award and WIN WIN Youth Award will be announced online and on stage at Frihamnsdagarna - the new Swedish arena for democracy. With about 300 nominations from all over the world, the juries have decided on two outstanding winners.
SWEDEN'S FOREMOST CHEFS HIGHLIGHT SUSTAINABLE AQUACULTURE
The WIN WIN organisation has gathered 15 of Sweden’s foremost chefs and culinary personalities in a thrilling aquaculture cook-off duel to inspire people to discover the possibilities of sustainable aquaculture and blue foods. Each chef has filmed their own show and one video per week will be released via WIN WIN Award’s Youtube-channel starting today. The chef with the most likes at the end of the campaign will be elected WIN WIN chef of the year and the best motivation is rewarded with two VIP tickets to WIN WIN Award Night on October 21st .
SARA LARSSON JOINS THE WIN WIN TEAM
Sara Larsson, a business development professional with a passion for sustainability, joins the WIN WIN Team as the new Executive Director.
REGINE SCHUMANN DESIGNS 2021 PRIZE CUBES
German artist Regine Schumann took on the theme Anti-corruption and created two transparent, fluorescent prize cubes for the award winners of 2021.