Honours recognise and celebrate outstanding achievements. There are always fewer honours than people who deserve them and because they are rare, they should be reserved for people:
In their area or activity.
The nomination process is relatively straightforward. There is an online form which includes details of the nominator and the candidate, and allows for the submission of a nomination letter explaining the reasons for the nomination. The process also requires attachment of at least two supporters’ letters from people with first-hand knowledge of the candidate and who agree with the nomination.
The nomination committees meet twice a year and it is very likely that no decision will be made on the nomination for 12 – 18 months.
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