Monday, October 7, 2013

UNESCO: International Youth Photo Competition





The 8th UNESCO Youth Forum, the International Student Identity Card Association (ISIC) has launched a youth photo competition!

The 8th Youth Forum will take place in Paris, October 29-31, 2013 at  UNESCO’s Headquarters in Paris, to exchange views, share experiences, reflect together and, above all, identify common preoccupations and problems.




Building on the opinions and proposals of youth though an online consultation, the theme of this 8th edition will be “Youth and Social Inclusion: Civic Engagement, Dialogue and Skills Development”. 

"As such, it will discuss youth civic engagement issues and the ways in which youth can engage in building democratic and sustainable communities. It will also look into the skills and competencies for young people to successfully enter the active life and to put their innovation, creativity and entrepreneurialism into practice. In addition, the debates at the Forum will include a focus on challenges related to social inclusion and intercultural dialogue."

Theme:

Photos from all around the world illustrating the work of young women and men related to the Youth Forum theme:

 “Youth and Social Inclusion: Civic Engagement, Dialogue and Skills Development”. 



Who can participate?

Anyone aged between 15 and 26 can participate.

Number:

Every participant can submit up to 3 photos.

Prize:

The winner will receive 500 euros.

How send the photo(s):

The photo(s), a short description of each image (50 words or less), age and where participants are from

  • to ISIC Global Fan Page inbox on Facebook
  • by emailing competitions@isic.org

Deadline:

All entries must be received by 12:00pm (CET) Friday 22 October 2013

Important! 

You can submit up to three entries. By submitting an entry you agree to the Terms and Conditions of the Competition.



Credits: UNESCO

Education:

Why not invite your students to participate at the "International Youth Photo Competition"?
It is an interesting activity for Secondary Education, Vocational Education, even Higher Education.

At the same time educators can open a discussion about Youth and Social Inclusion, skills development in the new job market, in the course or online forum, or on social media networks such as Twitter, Facebook, Google +.

It would be fantastic if the oldest students (Vocational and Higher Education) start a Hangout on Google + by inviting some students from a different college or school.


G-Souto

07-10.2013
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