The future of solidarity in Europe – Student Contest

Deadline: 7 March 2018
Open to: young people and school students aged 14-20
Award: trip to Brussels

Description

European Alternatives, together with their partner from the TransSOL project consortium, asked these and other open questions in a contest for school students, asking young people aged between 14 and 20 to give voice to their opinion on the future of solidarity through creative artistic products.

The aim of the contest is to produce an artistic, innovative and creative product​ in any format you prefer, as long as they can be made accessible in electronic form (e.g. audio-visual collages, short theatre or musical performances on DVD, poems, comics or photography). Audio-visual products should not be longer than 5 minutes and should be in English or subtitled, but don’t worry about your English, that’s really not a criteria for the award!

A jury composed of 5 members from different fields, from youth to academia, will evaluate the creative products receive and will award three proposals based on the criterias of diversity of means, quality, geographic representation and relevance to the topic. The winners will have the opportunity to win a trip to Brussels in mid-may to present their work at the final conference of the project and to enjoy the European capital. Other entries received will also be shown at the conference through an exhibition.

Eligibility

Young people and students from Europe (aged between 14 and 20).

Award

The winners will have the opportunity to win a trip to Brussels in mid-may to present their work at the final conference of the project and to enjoy the European capital. Other entries received will also be shown at the conference through an exhibition.

How to apply?

Apply to: [email protected]com

You can submit your proposal and questions to [email protected]com.

Please find more information on the official website.