nOSCARS is NAZ's annual red carpet event celebrating the people, programmes and media making a positive impact to sexual health outcomes in Black Asian Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities. The nOSCARS 2018 nominees and winners are each, in their own way, doing work that results in lasting and impactful change and is testament to the power of BAME communities leading from the front. 

The Innovation nOSCAR: Nash Paragon Langley The Black African and Caribbean nOSCAR: Phil Samba

The Latin nOSCAR: Clinic SThe Faith nOSCAR: INERELA (accepted on behalf of INERELA by Daniel Asaya)The South Asian nOSCAR: Professor Rusi JaspalThe Wellbeing nOSCAR: Marc Morrison and Daniel Thomas of Joyful Noise Choir

Woman of the Year: Longret Kwardem of Positive EastThe Global Impact nOSCAR: Verifie App (accepted on behalf of Verifie by Sassy Apparel's Edem Ntumy)The LGBTQI nOSCAR: MNEK (accepted on behalf of MNEK by singer Vula)Clinic of the Year: CLASHThe Media nOSCAR: Black Fly Zine2018 nOSCARS Fellowship: Beatrice Nabulya of Positive East

Each year, the trustee's award a member of the NAZ team for their faithful service. This year's Trustee's Award went to Dr Kim Hawkins.


nOSCARS 2018 Judging Panel 

Thank you to our nOSCARS 2018 judging panel: Princess Tessy de Luxembourg, UNAIDS Global Advocate for Young Women and Girls; Shahmir Sanni, political activist and whistleblower; Sue Adkins, a leader in corporate cause-related marketing; Dr Vanessa Apea of Barts Health NHS Trust; Monty Moncrieff, CEO of London Friend; Leanne Bobb, Sexual Health Commissioner for London Borough of Sutton; Dr Justina Mutale, founder of Positive Runway: The Global Catwalk to Stop the Spread of HIV/AIDS; and Maria Soledad Montañez, a Research Fellow at the IMLR, University of London.