Below are the categories a campaign may enter in. 

Non-profit Organisations and Non-governmental Bodies
An organisation which exists for educational or charitable reasons and from which its shareholders or trustees do not benefit financially.
An organisation created by private persons or organisations with no participation or representation of any government.
Government Bodies and Related Organisations
An organisation that is the governing authority of a political unit, the ruling power in a political society and the apparatus through which a governing body functions and exercises authority.
Local and Regional Authorities
Government departments which make decisions on a local or regional level e.g. ministries, district, borough or city councils, regional development agencies.
Corporate Governance (CSR)
Corporate campaigns that promote care for safety, youth, communities and the environment. 


It is important to note that not all categories produce winners and if a category has one finalist it does not mean that this campaign is a winner.

More than one category may be chosen per campaign; however, each case must place a different emphasis on the content, depending on the choice of category.

Each entry must be customised for each category entered. Often, judges recognise which cases have been duplicated and re-entered into multiple categories.