Clifford Chance's annual global United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDGs) Award recognises and supports outstanding achievement in contributing towards the achievement of the UN SDGs.
In 2022 we welcomed applications for the award from non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and educational institutions, including schools and universities, around the world, whose work contributes towards the achievement of SDG 4, which is to ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all. The judges were particularly interested in award submissions that demonstrated a commitment to innovative approached towards the achievement of SDG 4 and those showed potential to be replicated and scaled.
Clifford Chance provided the winning organisation with a £50,000 donation and 500 pro bono hours. The winner was chosen by a judging panel including representatives of Clifford Chance, the firm's strategic pro bono partners, and clients.
Applications are now closed for 2022. Congratulations to our winner Jangala!
About the 2022 winner
Clifford Chance has named humanitarian, digital connectivity charity Jangala as the winner of its United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDG) award. Jangala is a British charity which works internationally with grassroots and large aid and development organisations to enable internet access for people in need of urgent aid or longer-term development assistance across the humanitarian crisis, education, healthcare and refugee fields.
About the 2021 winner
Clifford Chance named environmental protection charity and voluntary carbon standard, Plan Vivo as the winner of its first ever Sustainable Development Goal award, developed with the objective of supporting non-governmental organisations (NGOs) whose work contributes to the achievement of the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Plan Vivo, based in Scotland received a £50,000 donation and 500 hours of pro bono support over an 18-month period to support the next stage of its growth, in particular, its ability to measure and evaluate impact and better incorporate the inclusion of marginalised groups at the project design stage.