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Nominations For Roger Award 2001

The Roger Award for the worst transnational corporation in NZ for 2001.

Below is the Nomination Form for this year's Roger Award. But first, a reminder ...

1) Criteria

The criteria for judging are by assessing the transnational that has the most negative impact in New Zealand in 2001, in each or all of the following fields: unemployment, monopoly, profiteering, abuse of workers/conditions, political interference/running an ideological crusade, environmental damage, cultural imperialism, impact on tangata whenua, impact on women, health and safety of workers and the public.

2) Judging

A panel of judges (to be announced) will be given a short list of nominations. The winner(s) will be announced in early 2002.

3) Nominations

You can nominate the same transnational as last year, as long as the nomination is about its misdeeds in 2001. You're welcome to send supporting evidence, such as press clippings, reports, etc. Give the source of quotes.

Nominations close on 31 October 2001.

*** Nomination form

Please type in your details and nomination below, then you can email it to the Roger Award; or if you are including supporting evidence, then please print it off and post or fax it to the Roger Award - all contact details are included below.

Your Name:

Address:

Phone/Fax:

E-mail:

Transnational Corporation Nominated:

Reason(s) why you nominated it as the Worst TNC in NZ in 2001:

* Send your nomination to: The Roger Award, Box 2258, Christchurch. Fax (03) 3663988, ______________________

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PO Box 9314, Wellington, Aotearoa / New Zealand.
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