Let’s celebrate New Zealand’s and Australia’s clearest communicators
The Plain Language Awards are gearing up for their most exciting year yet.
Communication is the bedrock of society, so let’s make it as inclusive as possible.
Our plain language experts from around the world have been reviewing and scoring this year’s entries, on the lookout for sparkling clarity and pristine presentation.
And now we’re excited to announce our 2023 finalists! Follow the link below to see who shone out from the crowd.
This year’s Awards ceremony will combine all the best bits of previous Awards ceremonies to create something truly special. We will be celebrating with glitz and glamour in the splendid halls of the New Zealand Parliament, which couldn’t be more fitting, with the Plain Language Act coming into effect this year. But if you are a far-flung fan, never fear! We’ve got you covered too — we’ll be live streaming the event around the world so everyone can still join in. So go buy some new party shoes, or a fancy onesie if you’ll be joining from the comfort of your couch, and be sure to put 26 October in your diary!
|Date||Thursday, 26 October 2022|
|Time||5.00pm to 8.00pm|
|Location||Parliament, and live-streamed online|
|Co-host||Thomas McGrath,Write Limited|
|Get tickets for Parliament||Buy tickets here
Cost: $45 + a booking fee
|Join us online||Stay tuned for details...|
Do you have a story to share about your passion for plain language? Or maybe about a project you’re currently working on? We love to hear your stories, so our gallery is open year-round for you to upload your videos. Let’s share the love and celebrate your hard work!
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The Best Communication award honours an outstanding example of a plain language document or webpage nominated by a member of the public
The Brainstrain award reveals, in good humour, the document or webpage most notable for confusing and dumbfounding its target audience