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Winning projects, services or facilities will meet several or all of the following six criteria (described in more detail in the Nomination Form:
The panel of judges are culture sector professionals and several have personal experience of disability.
The judges will give careful consideration to each nomination.
The judges are keen to know what organisations learn from engaging with disabled audiences. For the Jodi Awards 2013, they will be particularly keen to receive information about project evaluation - which tends to remain rare with accessibility projects. Projects that have been completed from September 2011. Older projects which are still running and which have emphasised evaluation will also be considered.
Projects, services and facilities will usually have been completed during the two year period period preceeding the submission deadline.
Projects that are older, but can demonstrate that they have been continuously developed or augmented during the two years prior to the deadline for nominations, are also eligible