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Global Best Awards

Supported by The Conference Board of Canada and the International education business Partnership Network.

A bi-annual event, the Global Best Awards celebrate outstanding and effective business, education and community organization partnerships that have a significant impact on the communities in which they operate.

2016 Event

We are now accepting submissions for the 2016 Global Best Awards, which will be presented at Learning and Employability, Partnership Solutions (IPN2016), September 14–16, 2016, in Oslo, Norway. Our call to submissions document include information about eligibility, evaluation criteria, categories for submissions, benefits of participating and what to expect, plus how to make a submission.

Any questions and submission inquiries can be directed to:
Barbie Toll
IPN Administration
The Conference Board of Canada
613-526-3090 ext.377
Email imagetoll@conferenceboard.ca


Previous Events

2014

The 2014 Global Best Award Winners and Honourable Mentions were honoured at the 12th International education business Partnership Conference held in Brussels, Belgium.

2012

The 2012 Global Best Award Winners and Honourable Mentions were honoured at the 11th International Education Business Partnership Conference held in Durban, South Africa, September 25–28, 2012.

2010

The 2010 Global Best Award Winners and Honourable Mentions were honoured at the 10th International Education Business Partnership Conference held in Toronto, April 25–28, 2010.


Past Resources

IdeaBook

The initiatives profiled in the IdeaBook include the Global Best Awards winners and a selection of initiatives chosen to illustrate the diversity of activities among the participating organizations.

Case Studies

The Education and Learning case studies examined outstanding education and lifelong learning programs and initiatives. The case studies provide in-depth analysis of the methods used to develop, assess, implement and deliver education and lifelong learning in schools, colleges, universities, workplaces and communities. They focus on goals, activities, resource requirements, achievements and outcomes, benefits, innovations, keys to success and challenges as they relate to education and learning.

GBA Submission

Photo of the GBA 2016 Call for Submissions cover Download the 2016 Global Best Awards Call for Submissions (PDF)

GBA Submission Form

Photo of the GBA 2016 Submission Form cover Download the 2016 Global Best Awards Submission Form (PDF)

GBA Winning Partners

Photo of Dawn Farrell speaking
Dr. Norah McRae and Karima Ramji discuss the CANEU COOP Program (the Canadian–European Union Consortium for Strengthening Transatlantic Student Mobility in Co-operative Education).