Golden Ant Awards

The Golden Ant Awards is organized by Marmara Municipalities Union to reward good practices implemented by its member municipalities. The goal of the Golden Ant contributes to sustainable urban life with high quality of life by rewarding successful projects implemented by municipalities in order to promote and spread good practice examples. The projects carried out by the municipalities, not the municipalities, are rewarded with the Golden Ant.

The municipalities that are members of the Marmara Municipalities Union can apply for the Golden Ant. Affiliated organizations and affiliates to member municipalities can only apply through the municipality they are affiliated with.

Each project whose application is received within the scope of the Golden Ant is defined under two main categories: “Administrative Categories” and “Project Categories”.

CATEGORIES
Each project whose application is received within the scope of the Golden Ant is defined under two main categories: “Administrative Categories” and “Project Categories”.

Administrative Categories
The administrative categories evaluated under the Golden Ant are as follows:
Category A: District and district municipalities with a population of up to 15,000
Category B: District municipalities with population between 15,000 and 100,000
Category C: District municipalities with a population over 100,000
Category D: City municipalities
Category E: Metropolitan municipalities

Project Categories
The project categories evaluated under the Golden Ant are as follows:
1) Governance and Participation
2) Urban Planning and Infrastructure
3) Environment and Waste Management
4) Architectural and Urban Design
5) Culture and Art
6) Social Services
7) Local Development
8) Transport and Mobility
9) Smart City Applications
10) Disaster Management

Moreover, the fact that the projects to be carried out locally should serve common global goals and objectives and comply with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) accepted by 193 member states of the United Nations (UN) to be delivered by the end of 2030 is of crucial importance both regionally, nationally and on a global scale, the correlation between examples of good practices and SDGs are also analyzed within the scope of Golden Ant Awards.  Establishing and defining the association between the projects and the SDGs that include 169 targets under 17 main goals such as ending extreme poverty, combating inequality and injustice, fighting climate change and its effects is of utmost importance in terms of monitoring and improving the local works in the process of delivering this global agenda and the common goals.

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