Science & Tech 3 July 2007 New Media Awards 2007 Finalists We are pleased to unveil the finalists for this year's New Media Awards in association with Atos Ori By Staff blogger COMMENTS Sign UpGet the New Statesman’s Morning Call email. Sign-up Education This award will go to the body or project that has made the most significant contribution to education through the use of new media technology.Create-a-scape by FuturelabElgg OSThe Open University Advocacy This award will go to the individual or organisation that has most effectively influenced opinions and behaviour through the use of new media technology.Intelligent GivingOxjam (Oxfam)Stop the Traffik Modernising Government This award will go to the most innovative use of new media technology to improve and modernise services at any level of government.eConsultationsMySociety: NeighbourhoodFixItNo. 10 Downing Street Petitions Elected Representative This award will go to the elected representative who best uses new media technology to communicate with the electorate.Cllr Andrew BurnsDavid Cameron MPEd Miliband MPJo Swinson MP Young Innovator This award recognises the impact of young innovators in our society. The winner will be involved with new media innovations that improve public life or contribute to civic society. They could have contributed to, created or run a project. These may include websites, blogs, online radio or any other new media project.Jag SinghJames WheareMike Rouse Contribution to Civic Society This award will go to the project that best uses new media technology to contribute to civic society.18 Doughty StreetMySociety - Neighbourhood Fix ItNo. 10 Downing Street PetitionsThe Open Innovation Exchange Information & Openness This award will go to the individual or organisation that best uses new media technology to provide an alternative, informative voice enhancing democratic debate.FSA's chief scientists blog (Dr Andrew Wadge)Intelligent GivingPlanning AlertsThe Government Says Subscribe For more great writing from our award-winning journalists subscribe for just £1 per month!