From monetary reformer Tom J. Kennedy’s site:
“The Winged Lion Awards are in honour of the ‘Winged Lion’ – which is the historical symbol of usuryfree money. The Winged Lion Awards are presented to the winners from the nominated usuryfree creatives on behalf of the UsuryFree Network during the Annual UsuryFree Week scheduled from November 13th, until November 19th, each year.
Nominations are commonly accepted from local, national and international usuryfree creatives.
The winners of the Winged Lion Awards are honoured at a special event each year during the celebration of UsuryFree Week.
Nominations are currently open for the following 15 categories – ideas for additional categories are welcomed:“
Here are the top three categories. See the announcement for the other 12 categories.
“1. A community that has launched new paper notes of usuryfree community currency during the current year. This community must have done something unique for their launch of paper notes of usuryfree community currency. Samples of the paper notes and details of this unique activity must be submitted with the nomination.
2. An individual usuryfree creative who has authored a unique article about the design flaw of usury during the current year. A copy of the article must be submitted with the nomination.
3. An individual usuryfree creative who has authored a unique article about the usuryfree community currency movement during the current year. A copy of the article must be submitted with the nomination.“
For more on the Winged Lion Awards, see my article, My nominee for the 2013 Winged Lion Awards for usury-free money: George Whitehurst-Berry.