The prize ceremony took place at Magyar Telekom’s
headquarters building on December 07, 2009. This was the second time that the contest and the prize ceremony took
place, following the similar events of 2007.
The best websites of the different categories were selected on the basis of content and design criteria. The jury included Origo’s Editor in Chief, Balázs Weyer, the Head of Magyar Telekom’s Sustainability Department, Katalin Szomolányi, as well as Kriszta Tölösi and Beatrix Jancsó, who had supported Egálnet’s launch three years ago. Websites completed by November 20 had been allowed to enter into competition.
At the prize ceremony, the winning organizations presented their websites and explained how their websites had been useful for them. The prizes were handed out by Magyar Telekom’s Chief HR Officer, Éva Somorjai and singer, musician, choreographer, Péter Novák. Afterwards, the birthday cake of the three-year-old Egálnet was served, and participants of the program had the chance to share their experience with each other.
A total of 20 prizes were handed out. Winners of the different categories got laptops with accessories, while winners of the special prizes received gift packages.
The video footage shot at the event is accessible through the links, and you can view the photos in the gallery below. You can read more about Egálnet and the prize ceremony at the Egálnet homepage (in hungarian).
Winners of he prizes are as follows:
Special prize: Public Benefit Association for the Roma of Kispest
people category: Winner was not selected, only a special prize was handed out.
Special prize: Public Benefit Foundation for Conductive Education Schools
We did not select a winner in this category.
Municipal Public Employment Service
"One for All" Association for the Lonely and Pensioners
National Organization of Hungarian Parent-Child Mediators
Special prize: Lipcsei Hiking Association
Special prize: Balatonszemes Spa Association
Special prize: Association for the Protection of Families
Special prize: NGO House, Felsőzsolca
The website that was the most visited and received the most votes among
ones registered before 2008:
Association for the Mediterranean Housing Complex
AThe website that received the most votes among the ones registered after
Website for the ‘56 Memorial