Youth Photography Competition – UNESCO

UNESCO-Education-For-All-Global-Monitoring-ReportUNESCO Education for All Global Monitoring Report – Photography Competition

Theme of the competition

The Education for All (EFA) Global Monitoring Report 2015: What did we achieve?

The next edition of the Report is due out in April 2015. The Report will review how well the EFA movement has contributed to ensuring that all children, young people and adults enjoy their right to a quality education. The Report will provide a definitive global assessment of overall progress toward the six EFA goals from the year 2000 until their deadline in 2015. We are looking for photos for the next Report and supporting materials and we are offering you the chance to have your photo published and promoted by our team.

The Prize

First prize = $500

Second prize = $250

Third prize = $100

If selected, your photo(s) will be put forward for selection to appear in the full EFA Global Monitoring Report 2015 and other outreach material credited with your name. It will feature on the website of UNESCO’s EFA Global Monitoring Report and will be offered to journalists as part of the package of materials they can use to help cover the story in the Report.

Who can enter

To be eligible for the prize, you must be aged between 18 and 30 years during the period of this competition (1 October 2014 to 9 November 2014). Proof of identity will be required from all finalists.

Contestants may submit multiple entries but no more than 4 per photographer.

About the Report

The annual Education for All Global Monitoring Report, published by UNESCO, is the international reference aimed at monitoring and advocating for Education for All. It is published in over 50 countries every year, and mentioned in around 500 media articles on average every month.

How to enter:

The deadline for submitting a photo is 23.59 Paris time on 9 November 2014 and you must be aged between 18-30.

Read more and submit your photo here.

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