• Judges 2014

  • Who judges the CSR Association’s National Excellence Awards?

    We ask those who challenge, support and inspire business to be more sustainable to judge our awards, these are independent, many whom have been leaders in business arena both in and outside of Pakistan. Click here to see the full list of judges.

    About the CSR Association’s Awards Judging Panel

    The Judging Panel review the entries submitted to them and make final recommendations in shortlisting entries. The successful companies (winners and special awardees) are those who in the OPINION of the judges' best fit the category criteria. There are usually one winner and two to three merit awardees. However, if there are two projects in the same category that are equally meritorious, an award may be given to both projects as joint winners.

    In the run up to the closing date for submissions, Judges will initially meet to familiarise themselves with the process and get to meet other judges in this year’s panel. They will deliberate on the nominations using the criteria against which to score the entry. Each Award winner will be decided by consensus among the judges and no correspondence will be entered into by outside parties.

    We invite all Judges to join us for the awards presentation dinner. This is an opportunity for csr practitioners to meet the judging panel and for further advocacy.

    What about Confidentiality or conflict of Interest?

    We recognise and respect the sensitive nature of the information submitted in the entries. Entries are not disclosed or discussed outside the judging process. We do not publish the names of companies, organisations or individuals that have not been shortlisted for an Award, nor will we reproduce any information from your entry. Judges are asked to maintain sensitivity, observing this confidentially and are required to declare any conflict of interest in entries over which they deliberate and to stand aside from deliberations concerning those entries.

    Click here to see the full list of judges.