Entries will be accepted
from individuals, organizations and projects demonstrating positive
achievements in human settlements development that have:
Successfully dealt with the provision of adequate shelter and/or
services to the poor through an innovative approach, replicable
- Succeeded in bringing
human settlements issues to public notice and in mobilizing
- Succeeded in mobilizing
local and national action towards finding solutions to problems
in human settlements;
- Contributed significantly
to the intellectual, scientific or theoretical approaches to
human settlements development.
It is agreed and understood
that the following terms and conditions will apply to these awards:
1. The prize for the winning
entry will be awarded to the person or organization named in the
submission form who may not necessarily be the holder of the copyright.
2. All entries will be
available for international exhibition, demonstration, publication
and media coverage and Habitat will not be required to seek further
permission from the copyright holder for any such use.
3. Where the submission
of a project is made by someone other than the holder of the copyright,
a written warranty is required indicating that the holder of the
copyright agrees -
(a) to the submission;
(b) to the terms indicated
in 1 and 2 of this section.
The sponsors of prize-winning
projects may be expected to make a brief (no more than 15 minutes)
presentation on the projects on World Habitat Day on Monday, 1
October 2001 in Fukuoka, Japan.
10 September 2001: Deadline
for receipt of submission for consideration for the 2001 World
Habitat Day Award.
September 2001: Evaluation
of submission and selection of Award recipients.
1 October, 2001: World
Habitat Day celebrations and Habitat Scroll of Honour Award ceremony.