Online voting is just one of several ways to propose a candidate for the Roland Berger Human Dignity Award 2014; international human rights organizations and journalists have nominated their candidates by traditional mail. Each year we receive over 100 nominations. Please note that the winner of the online voting will not automatically win the award: the candidates with the most votes and the candidates nominated in other ways are presented to the independent Awards Committee of the Roland Berger Foundation, which decides on the winner in late January 2014. The Roland Berger Foundation has no influence on the committee’s decision. Prizewinners will be announced at an official event in Berlin in April 2014.
Further information about the selection process can be found on www.rolandbergerstiftung.org.