The Men of Honour Awards, now being staged for the third time, is a campaign against violence in which there are seven categories in which men can be nominated.
The award categories are for community entrepreneur; community leadership; community education champion; community ingenuity; sporting mentor; youth; and posthumous.
There are two new categories that will be included and they're the Youth Category and Posthumous
Digicel PNG Foundation chief executive Beatrice Mahuru has encouraging the public to start sending in their nominations.
Mahuru said this initiative aims to use the Men of Honour's positive behaviour and status as good role models to influence change in society.
"I encourage everyone to look within their communities and identify these role models and nominate them for the awards.
"Men have such an important role to play in this conversation so we must include them and support them," Mahuru said.
Last year there were 88 nominations and Mahuru said more were expected this year.
The closing date for nominations is November 30, 2016.