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VYFOŤ, SDÍLEJ A VYHREJ u příležitosti UNESCO YOUTH FORUM!

To mark the 8th UNESCO Youth Forum the ISIC Association is launching the Get Involved! Take Action! International Youth Photo Competition to recognise young people as the change makers of tomorrow!    

What can you win? All entries can be in to win: 1st place: 500 EUR 2nd place: 200 EUR 3rd place: 100 EUR Plus 1 of 50 International Student Identity Cards (ISIC) or International Youth Travel Cards (IYTC) What are we looking for? Now, more than ever, young people just like you are the real change makers. We want you to show us what taking action and driving change means to you! It could be a photo capturing your campus student politics, an image catching your experiences with volunteering or an exchange programme, getting involved in advocacy work for a cause you believe in, a picture of you and your friends taking part in a local community project. Take a look at the entry brief for more information. Send us your photo Simply send your photo, a short description of your image (50 words or less), your age and where you’re from to either to ISIC Global Fan Page inbox www.facebook.com/ISIC.GlobalOffice or by emailing competitions@isic.org. All entries must be received by 12:00pm (CET) Friday 22 October 2013. You can submit up to three entries. By submitting an entry you agree to the Terms and Conditions of the Competition. Who can participate? Anyone aged between 15 and 26 can take part in the Get Involved! Take Action! International Youth Photo Competition. About the UNESCO Youth Forum This year, around 500 young participants from all over the world will come together in Paris for the 8th UNESCO Youth Forum, from 29 – 31 October 2013 at UNESCO’s Headquarters, to exchange views, share experiences, reflect together and, above all, identify common concerns and problems. Building on inputs from young women and men from across the world, the Forum will focus on the theme “Youth and Social Inclusion: Civic Engagement, Dialogue and Skills Development”. For more information visit www.unesco.org/new/en/youth-forum-2013/ or contact competitions@isic.org.  

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