The Social Norms risk-taking behaviour programme made the shortlist within the Health & Wellbeing category against a record number of entries this year.
The Children & Young People Now Awards have become the gold standard for everyone working with children, young people and families.
Now in their ninth year, the awards were founded to provide “recognition for all those who strive day in, day out, to improve the lives of others”.
Speaking about the nomination Social Sense Managing Director Gary Lovatt says:
“The nomination comes after a really great year for us. The R U Different? programme is pushing the boundaries of Social Norms theory, new technology and most importantly of all, the brilliant young people who are leading the change for themselves”.
The winners are to be revealed in London on Thursday 20th November at The Grand Connaught Rooms.
For the full list of organisations and Individuals shortlisted, visit http://www.cypnawards.com/shortlist-2014
For information about tickets and a special early bird rate, visit http://www.cypnawards.com/night