Guests assembled at the Design Museum, on the afternoon of the 5th September, to find out and celebrate the winners of the EVCOM Clarion Awards 2019. The shortlisted entries came from across the live and film sectors, and all had in a common a genuine CSR focus, with awards being given in the categories of environment, health and wellbeing, education and training, social welfare, brand communication, innovation, diversity and inclusion, and – a fitting one to end on – celebration. Carina Bauer from IMEX, the headline sponsor of the EVCOM Clarion Awards, opened the ceremony by discussing the importance of sustainability and the fantastic efforts being made by IMEX to prioritise sustainability in everything they do.

Leigh Jagger, EVCOM’s new interim CEO, then introduced our host for the evening, Sam Wilson, Managing Director of EcoEvents, long-term supporters of the EVCOM Clarion Awards. Sam discussed the importance of these issue-focused awards, and shared with our guests the ten highlights of the event management of the EVCOM Clarion Awards from a sustainability perspective. You can read our SD policy here.

Then, of course, it was time for the awards themselves. The full list of awards is below:

Live: Environment

  • Gold: Water is life by Brickwall/ European Environment Agency

Film: Environment

  • Bronze: A Force for Nature by Pukka Films
  • Silver: Recycling Week Stunt Film by Radley Yeldar
  • Gold: IDMC by Raw London

Live: Health and Wellbeing

  • Gold: Pain Solve – A Global Network to Combat the challenge of chronic pain, by NexGen Healthcare Communications

Film: Health and Wellbeing

  • Bronze: Born Too Soon by Inspired Films
  • Silver: HAVAS – Campaign to End Loneliness by The Edge Picture Company
  • Gold: Dignity in Dying by Raw London

Live: Education and Training

  • Silver: RICS INSPIRE School Workshops by EdComs
  • Gold: Battersea Power Station: Past, Present and Future by EdComs

Film: Education and Training:

  • Bronze: 60 Second Explainers by Plastic Pictures
  • Silver: Max’s Story by Media Zoo
  • Gold: Grenfell Tower and Social Murder by Hamlett Films

Live: Social Welfare

Gold: Combat Stress by Raw London

Film: Social Welfare

  • Bronze: Drowning by End Economic Abuse & Media Zoo
  • Silver: Brickwall / Amnesty International: Fear of Flying by Brickwall
  • Gold: Grenfell Tower and Social Murder by Hamlett Films

Film: Brand Communication

  • Bronze: HAVAS – Campaign to End Loneliness by The Edge Picture Company
  • Silver: Every Day by 3angrymen Productions
  • Gold: Book Aid International by Raw London

Live: Innovation

  • Silver: Putting CSR at the heart of an annual conference’s agenda by Ashfield Meetings & Events in collaboration with AstraZeneca and Scottish Event Campus (SEC)
  • Gold: Concern Worldwide UK by Raw London

Film: Innovation

  • Bronze: Recycling Week Stunt Film by Radley Yeldar
  • Silver: Hidden by Media Zoo
  • Gold: Drowning by End Economic Abuse & Media Zoo

Live: Diversity and Inclusion

  • Gold: CSE Diversity and Inclusion Events by Forces Live Events, CSE

Film: Diversity and Inclusion

  • Bronze: Chalmers Gender Identity Film by Heehaw
  • Silver: Neurodiversity, work and me by Merchant Cantos
  • Gold: Diversity & Inclusion by Media Zoo

Film: Celebratory

  • Bronze: St Dunstan’s College – Welcome to our School by Inspired Films
  • Silver: Jessica’s parkrun heroes by Tim Langford/Sky
  • Gold: Diversity & Inclusion by Media Zoo

Congratulations to everyone who entered, was shortlisted and to those who won awards. The standard of work was incredibly high, and I think everyone there will agree how inspirational it was to see such excellent, issue-focused work. As Sam said as she closed the ceremony, “let us be reminded that the real legacy is what each and every one of you has achieved through your actions and commitment to be a ‘force for good’.”

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