PSA Annual Awards

Photo from the 2014 Awards, hosted by Jon Snow - Channel 4 News

Every year, the Political Studies Association holds its Annual Awards Ceremony. These awards recognise the achievements of academics, politicians, political campaigners, journalists and other contributors to the conduct and study of politics.

This year's Awards ceremony will take place on Tuesday 29th November at Church House in Westminster. 

How to nominate:
•    Nominations are invited for the categories listed on the nomination form. You can nominate in as many or as few categories as you wish, though the Awards Jury may decide not to make awards in all categories.
•    Nominations should be sent to Avnish Patel
•    Please include a sentence or two to explain your choice (we cannot accept nominations without some justification).
•    The deadline for nominations is Midday on Monday 11 July 2016

Last year's Awards Ceremony took place on Tuesday 1st December at Church House. Jon Snow of Channel 4 News was the Master of Ceremonies, presiding over a splendid evening which honoured the contribution made by politicians, academics, journalists and campaigners to another historic year of political activity.

Award Sponsors

The Alliance for Useful Evidence - Best Use of Evidence by a Politician

"Although governments and policymakers have access to more evidence than ever before, this does not always feed into policy. We want to highlight where politicians have made a difference by basing policy-making on authoritative evidence. We are therefore pleased to team up with the Political Studies Association in inviting members of the public to nominate those politicians who have clearly shown a commitment to the use of evidence in their work this year."

- Jonathan Breckon, Head of the Alliance for Useful Evidence

 

Previous Awards

Previous Award Brochures

Please note that the awards categories and recipients do not reflect the views of the association.