Donner Prize for Best Book on Canadian Public Policy
Deadline: November 30, annually
Eligibility: All entries must be published in English or French between January 1 and December 31 of the prize year. A collection of essays by one author is eligible if the essays are on a single theme, and if the work in its entirety has not been reproduced elsewhere. A collection of essays by more than one author is not eligible. A work by two co-authors is acceptable, provided the whole work is integrated and coherent. Check out webpage for more details on eligibility.
Value: The Donner Prize awards $50,000 to the author of the winning book, with $7,500 awarded to each of the other shortlisted titles (to a maximum of five titles).
Contact: Sherry Naylor
Sponsor: Donner Canadian Foundation
The Donner Prize
400 Logan Avenue
Toronto, ON M4M 2N9
Description: The Donner Canadian Foundation established the prize to recognize and reward the best public policy thinking, writing and research by a Canadian, and the role it plays in determining the well-being of Canadians and the success of Canada as a whole. Previous honourees have shed light on a wide range of issues bearing on the economy, politics and society in general.
Further Details: Six copies of each title must be delivered to the Prize Manager by November 30. For titles published between November 30 and December 31, the publisher may submit bound galleys or manuscripts. Learn more details at webpage.
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