Nominations for the MEP Awards 2023 have now closed.
Full details of the how the nominations will be shortlisted and how the judging process works can be found here.
The shortlist will be published on 22nd May.
Agriculture, Rural Development and Fisheries
For contributions to and accomplishments in driving Europe’s agricultural revolution, supporting fisheries and/or development of rural areas
Defence, Security and Space
For contributions to the work of the defence and security of the EU
Digital Strategy and the Single Market
For contributions to and accomplishments in making Europe fit for the digital age
Diversity, Inclusion and Social Impact
For contributions to and accomplishments in championing diversity and inclusion across Europe
Energy, Industry, Research, and Innovation
For contributions to and accomplishments in the energy sector, promoting research and innovation, and supporting the green transition
Environment and Climate Action
For contributions to and accomplishments in cultivating sustainability, building the circular economy, and protecting the environment
Health and Wellbeing
For contributions to and accomplishments in Europe’s health and wellbeing sector
Infrastructure, Transport and Mobility
For contributions to and accomplishments in fostering sustainable mobility, investing in infrastructure, and supporting Europe’s transport industry
Awarded to the Accredited Parliamentary Assistant (APA) who has gone above and beyond in their duties
Outstanding Contribution to Parliament
Given to a member of staff from the Parliament who has dedicated their career to supporting the European Parliament. The winner is chosen by the Parliament editorial team from nominations submitted by MEPs and the public.
Promoting European Values
For contributions to standing up for and/or promoting European values (as defined in the Lisbon Treaty) within Europe and on the global stage
For contributions to furthering young people’s opportunities such as jobs, internships, education, housing etc. Open to MEPs of any age who have championed youth issues.