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Global Influencer Award Most popular bloggers and social media influencers as determined by people’s choice voting 

Global Leadership Award Most popular leader as determined by people’s choice voting 

Global Customer Service Award Excellence in customer service as determined by people’s choice voting 

Global E-Commerce Store Award Most popular online store as determined by people’s choice voting

Global Product Award Most popular product as determined by people’s choice voting

Global Business Coach Award Most popular business coach as determined by people’s choice voting

Global Making a Difference Award (Business) Most popular business making a difference as determined by people’s choice voting

Global Making a Difference Award (Non-profit) Most popular non-profit organisation making a difference as determined by people’s choice vote

Global Making a Difference Award Environmental Impact Most popular environmental impact business or organisation making a difference as determined by people’s choice voting

Global Making a Difference Award Health & Wellbeing Most popular health and wellbeing business or organisation making a difference as determined by people’s choice voting

Global Making a Difference Award Children’s Education Most popular children’s education business or organisation making a difference as determined by people’s choice voting

Global Making a Difference Award Humanitarian impact Most popular humanitarian business or organisation making a difference as determined by people’s choice voting

Global Making a Difference Award Social Enterprise Most popular social enterprise business making a difference as determined by people’s choice voting

Global Making a Difference Award local Community Business Most popular local community focused business or organisation making a difference as determined by people’s choice voting

Global Making a Difference Award cultural Diversity and Inclusion Most popular cultural diversity and inclusion focused business making a difference as determined by people’s choice voting

Global Making a Difference Award (Non-profit) Most popular non-profit or charity organisation making a difference as determined by people’s choice voting

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The previously announced reality competition series is getting a makeover amid intense backlash. The five-week reality competition series had planned to have six activists from around the world compete to "bring meaningful change to one of three urgent universal causes: health, education and the environment."

The series was planned to be hosted by judges Julianne Hough, Usher and Priyanka Chopra Jonas, who were set to measure the competitors’ success based on social media engagement through digital campaigns.

Taking to Twitter on Wednesday, CBS announced that the show will now be retooled into a documentary special in response to the harsh criticism from activist communities on social media. It will also no longer premiere on Oct. 22 as scheduled.

"The Activist was designed to show a wide audience the passion, long hours, and ingenuity that activists put into changing the world, hopefully inspiring others to do the same," the network and producers Live Nation and Global Citizen said in a statement.

"However, it has become apparent the format of the show as announced distracts from the vital work these incredible activists do in their communities every day. The push for global change is not a competition and requires a global effort."

The updated docuseries will "showcase the tireless work of six activists and the impact they have advocating for causes they deeply believe in. Each activist will be awarded a cash grant for the organization of their choice, as was planned for the original show."

"Activists and community leaders around the world work every day, often without fanfare, to advance protections for people, communities, and our planet," the statement concluded. "We hope that by showcasing their work we will inspire more people to become more involved in addressing the world's most pressing issues. We look forward to highlighting the mission and lives of each of these incredible people," read the statement.

Global Citizen also added in a separate statement, "Global activism centers on collaboration and cooperation, not competition. We apologize to the activists, hosts and the larger activist community — we got it wrong."

"It is our responsibility to use this platform in the most effective way to realize change and elevate the incredible activists dedicating their lives to progress all around the world."

A new airdate for the re-designed documentary special has not been announced yet.

The decision comes one day after Hough, 33, spoke out about criticism on Instagram, telling her followers that she was "deeply listening with an open heart and mind."

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