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photography and video competition

Posted by Francis O' Toole on October 22, 2012

To raise awareness of human trafficking and to coincide with EU Anti-Trafficking Day today 18 October 2012, the Department of Justice and Equality in Dublin and the Department of Justice in Belfast are launching a photography and video competition forThird Level students.

The closing date for receipt of entries is 12 noon on Friday 16 November 2012.

Whats required:
Research human trafficking and present your understanding of the issue through a photograph or short video. Photography entries (any colour) must be saved in a suitable format that can be modified/resized at a later date (e.g. Jpeg). Video entries can be a minimum of 30 seconds up to a maximum of 5 minutes in length.

Who can enter:
Any student currently enrolled in full-time or part-time Third Level education who is resident in the Republic of Ireland or in Northern Ireland.

What are the prizes:
There are three prizes for both the photography and video categories (i.e. 6 prizes in total). Winners of each category will receive a cheque for the prize amount as follows:

1st prize €1,000

2nd prize €500

3rd prize €250

 

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