20 October 2022
Win $100,000 and publication in the contest for creative solutions to contemporary problems in society
Now in its fourth cycle, the Nine Dots Prize was established in 2016 to reward innovative thinking that provides creative solutions to issues facing the modern world.
Entrants are invited to send a 3,000-word response to a question. This year's question is: 'Why has the rule of law become so fragile?'
The winner will receive $100,000 to expand their response into a short book of between 25,000 and 40,000 words for publication with Oxford University Press.
To enter, submit the 3,000-word response, an outline of how the idea could be expanded into a short book, and a justication of your ability to complete the book within a given time.
Entry is free.
The closing date is 23 January 2023.
For full details see the website.