The badges of merit and honour are awarded for active operations in favour of AYY and its objectives. There are three different badges of merit and honour; the community badge, the badge of merit and the badge of honour. In addition, AYY has a special acknowledgment, the hero badge.
Community badge is awarded to a person who has actively operated in the student union and has promoted the objectives of the student union through one’s actions.
Badge of merit is awarded to a person who has acted in the student union extensively for a long period of time.
Badge of honour is awarded to a person who has acted in favour of the student union and promoted the objectives of the student union very actively and extensively for a long period of time.
Hero badge is awarded to an individual act or project, or a series of acts or projects, which have influenced the student union and the lives of its members.
The badges of merit and honour are designed by Harry Tensing and manufactured by Roman Tavast Ltd. The badges are silver and incorporated with gold and enamel. AYY’s insignia is the key element on the badges. The badges are worn on AYY’s ribbon.
The hero badge includes AYY’s insignia with inscriptions attached to a silver background. Over time, the hero badges will form a work of art on the wall of AYY’s Central Office. The hero badge is designed by Noora Laak.
Archivist Tiina Metso, email@example.com, 050 520 9441
AYY’s acknowledgment regulation