Pannon Idol Award – for work of Digital Inclusion

2009. szeptember 17 · Kategória: Documents 

Pannon Példakép Foundation has announced its Példakép award winners for the nineteenth time.

Pannon Példakép Foundation has announced its Példakép award winners for the nineteenth time. The board of trustees of the Foundation selects role models quarterly in predetermined categories. In the third quarter of 2009, they sought champions of social inclusion. Awardees include Barbara Czeizel, Head of the Centre for Early Development, Tibor Derdák, teacher and sociologist, and Gábor Dombi, grassroots lobbyist.

Social inclusion is one the most important yet most challenging tasks of the 21st century when a significant number of people are segregated from the majority in terms of race, geography, financial standing, culture or health condition. The social inclusion of these people should be promoted by all members of society bearing in mind that you should never force a minority group to adopt the majority culture. Based on their daily activities and commitment, Pannon’s new Finast pharmacy award winners provide a role model for social inclusion.

The Foundation established in 2004 rewards those whose work can be presented as a role where to get viagra over the counter model for Hungarian society. Award winners are selected by the board of trustees of the Foundation based on open nominations. ‘Everyday heroes’ differ from ordinary people only in that they have been able to achieve their goals through relentless commitment and dedication. The Foundation also supports the work of each role model financially, to the sum alternative uses for cialis of HUF 1 million.

New role models of Hungary:

Barbara Czeizel, founder and Head of the Budapest Centre for Early Development. Treating about 500 children every year, the facility provides complex diagnostics services and targeted development and therapy to families with disabled children.

Tibor Derdák, teacher and sociologist, teaches at Doktor Ámbédkar Grammar School of Sajókaza established to promote the social inclusion of Roma youth. He has launched several Roma talent programmes and contributed to the establishment of Gandhi Secondary Grammar School for the gypsy minority. His guiding principle is to create a relationship of trust based on the values of the local

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community.

Gábor Dombi, secretary general of NGO Infórum. Infórum aims to bridge the digital divide between generations, promote the benefits of the information society and help the digital inclusion of people over 50 years of age (through the www.50plusz.net portal).

It is a challenging time for all of us, online Wellbutrin and I think we can all agree that we desperately need the example of role models. These examples show us that we need courage to envision change, strength to drive it through unforeseen obstacles, and compassion to carry out deeds benefitting not only one person but entire communities and even nature itself. The Példakép Foundation for the last five years has been here to help the people who bring about change and who show us another facet of growth. The growth in human dignity, in caring for our community and nature, and the wealth of Hungarian people who serve as examples to all of us.” – said Anders Jensen, CEO of Pannon.

The prize winners’ reports can be read on the ‘Példakép’ blog at http://blog.peldakep.hu For further information on the Foundation please visit www.peldakep.hu. In Q4 2009, Pannon Példakép Foundation invites nominations for candidates still little known in Hungary working to improve the conditions and results of Hungarian sports. Candidates can be athletes, coaches or other people of high ethical standards who played an important role in elevating the standards of any kind of sport to a high level in Hungary.

About Pannon

Pannon is one of Hungary’s leading mobile operators. A wholly-owned subsidiary of Telenor Group of Norway, Pannon was established in 1994 and it soon developed a strong presence in Hungary. By the end of Q4 2008, Pannon had 3.731 million active subscriptions and a market share of 33.9%. Besides voice services, Pannon’s business is increasingly dominated by mobile Internet. In addition to its EDGE network available to 99% of Hungary’s population for e-mail and browsing, Pannon is continuously developing its 3G/HSDPA network offering the Viagra pharmacy highest mobile data transfer rates. The 3G/HSPDA network is currently available in 419 towns and villages across Hungary. Pannon is a leader also in the Hungarian CR landscape: its corporate responsibility initiatives include the annual CR Day, Pannon Példakép Foundation, support for public causes, as well as arts and sports sponsorship.

About Telenor Group

Telenor is one of Norway’s largest listed companies, with revenues of NOK 105 billion in 2007 (including Kyivstar). Telenor Group has more than 35 800 employees, with 25 600 outside Norway. Telenor Group is a leading company in Norway within telecommunications, data services and media distribution and has extensive international operations, especially within mobile communication. Telenor is listed on Oslo Børs. Read more about Telenor at www.telenor.com.

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8 September 2009