The aim of the competition is to identify a person (writer, editor, lecturer, radio / television / web program director or film producer) who has made a significant contribution to the popularization of science or technology.
Georgia, through the UNESCO State Commission, can nominate one candidate for the prize, preferably nominated by academic institutions operating in the field of science development and popularization, the National Science Foundation, the Academy of Sciences or the Associations of Scientific Writers and Journalists.
Please see Appendix 1, Appendix 2 for information.
1) Rules for participation in the UNESCO Kalinga Prize competition;
2) Official letter regarding the UNESCO Kalinga Prize competition.
The deadline for submitting the required documentation is April 26.