The awards are named after Anne Frank, a Jewish girl who hid from the Nazis with her family in cramped conditions during World War II.
She was eventually captured and she died in a Nazi concentration camp.
A spokeswoman for the awards said there wouldn't be any nominations for children who've rescued someone from a burning building.
"It's really to help young people to recognise what moral courage is, rather than physical bravery. To teach them the difference between right and wrong."
There'll be seven categories, including youth awards, one award for teachers, one international award, one community award, one celebrity award and one nominator's award.
The winners will be announced on 12 June next year.
To find out more about nominations, go to the Anne Frank Trust website link on the right of this page.