The Thornton Education Trust (TET) just named its shortlist for the 2022 edition of the Inspire Future Generations Awards, upholding the work of a group of programs and initiatives they say offers an overview of the "most innovative and engaged organizations and individuals who are setting the standard for others to follow in the sorely needed area of empowering future generations in shaping their built environment."
The shortlist will compete in various categories, including Youth Community Engagement, Diversity in Action, School Collaborations, Social Value Projects, Best Non-Profit Organization, and Best Local Authority, ahead of the public announcement of the winners at a special ceremony at London's The Building Centre on November 28th.
Neil Pinder, a TET trustee and judge for the awards, said: "Submissions this year were outstanding and show how children and young people are increasingly being given agency in their own built environment. Many projects showed excellent engagement and working with the local community. Project outputs and outcomes have been of a very high standard, and the awards really highlight all of this vital work taking place."
Click here to see the full list of shortlisted initiatives and organizations in each category.
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