Deadline: 19 January 2016
Open to: anyone who has published article about Belarus during year 2015
Prizes: EUR 3×500 for professionals and EUR 3×300 for amateurs
Are you interested in Belarus? Have you written articles about this country in 2015? If the answer is “yes” then Belarus in Focus 2015 is for you. Goal is to encourage journalists and editors to pay attention to ongoing events and trends in Belarus – political, economic, social, and cultural. By creating a place for exchange and debate, organizers hope to contribute to understanding about Belarus, and help to overcome country’s isolation.
There are no restrictions on nationality, citizenship, or place of residence. Belarusian journalists are particularly encouraged to enter. The Competition is not... Read More »
Deadline: 31 December 2015
Open to: students studying subjects related to the built environment
Prizes: cash prizes up to USD 5,000
Flux is about providing cloud-based collaboration tools for architects, engineers, and contractors to exchange data and streamline complex design workflows. Flux acts as an interchange point for sharing project data such as the architectural program, schematic designs, analysis models, and material schedules. Flux is funded by DFJ, Borealis Ventures, Obvious Ventures, Andreessen Horowitz, and Google Ventures,
Flux is calling on the next generation of building designers to enter student architecture competition. Aim is to improve the quality of buildings, strengthen communities, and minimize impacts on the environment. In this competition you show how to use Flux in your current school projects to... Read More »
Deadline: 16 November 2015
Open to: citizens over 18 years of age coming from Austria, Belgium (French community), Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Malta, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland, the United Kingdom
Prizes: 2 x EUR 2000 in shopping vouchers / 3 x EUR 500 in shopping vouchers
The aim of Europass viral video competition is to create a short film (viral video) highlighting the benefits of Europass and celebrating its 10 year anniversary. You can choose any style: documentary, drama, comedy –let your imagination run free. Any media can be used: illustration, animation, live action… Anything you can think of.
Any citizen over 18 years old residing in one... Read More »
Deadline: 30 November 2015
Open to: all Africans
Prizes: total value of the prize packages is USD 11,000/ first prize is worth USD 5,000
Participation in Grappleline “WHATIF Challenge” contest is by submitting a sentence which must be written in English language. The sentence written and posted by the Participant must be a question, up to 140-characters long and begin with the phrase “WHAT IF…” The Participant’s “#WHATIF” sentence must express a dream, a problem identified in the society, or an innovative project that adds value.
The challenge is open to all Africans. Everyone who can imagine and share ideas that could solve real problems and add value to the world. Everyone is invited to join us in asking questions that really matter.
This Contest awards prizes to 3 winners. The total value of the prize packages is USD 11,000.
1st prize is worth USD 5,000 and is
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Deadline: 20 November 2015
Open to: all interested designers from around the world
Prizes: remuneration for creating the “global look” for World Press Freedom Day 2016, honorable mention of top 19 submissions
Freedom of information is a human right. It is also an integral part of the fundamental human right of freedom of expression “to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers”. Freedom of information is also a precondition for informed public participation in governance and in the democratic process.
On World Press Freedom Day (WPFD2016) on the 3 May 2016, UNESCO wants to put a spot light on the importance of freedom of information and the need to create a culture of... Read More »
Deadline: 31 December 2015
Open to: filmmakers from Central and Eastern Europe
Prize: main prize EUR 10,000
goEast – Festival of Central and Eastern European Film aims at increasing the international audience’s awareness for film-cultural developments in Central and Eastern Europe, and it will facilitate international contacts between filmmakers, thus raising international dialogue, understanding and cultural integration.
Festival goEast, organized by the German Film Institute, will take place from 20 to 26 April, 2016 in Wiesbaden, Germany. The festival showcases documentary and feature films created in the countries of Central and Eastern Europe in 2014 and 2015.
They accept feature fiction films with a length of at least 70 minutes and documentaries from a length of 30 minutes. The festival presents current film productions... Read More »
Deadline: 29 November 2015
Open to: anyone under 35 years of age from around the world
Prizes: winner-GBP 1000, two runners-up GBP 500, e-publication, mentoring session
The fourth annual Bodley Head and Financial Times Essay Prize aims to discover the world’s best young talent in long-form essay writing. Dynamic, authoritative and lively essays of no more than 3,500 words on a non-fiction topic of your choice are welcomed. It can be journalistic, study, wide-ranging or minutely focused. In keeping with the ethos of both sponsors, it can address any topic – from finance to history, from current affairs to a scientific discovery.
Everyone interested in writing under 35 years of age.
Deadline: 15 February 2016
Open to: students worldwide who have completed their high school education, with one entry per person
Prizes: first prize of EUR 100,000, second prize EUR 10,000
Valeo is offering young students worldwide the opportunity to make the car of 2030 and the way it’s used more intelligent, intuitive, green and fun. Comprising teams of two to five people, students from any discipline can take part by presenting a relevant, innovative project in English. The aim is to stimulate the students’ creativity, enabling them to form multidisciplinary teams. The Valeo Innovation Challenge is part of Valeo’s innovation strategy, supported by the company’s annual Research and Development budget of over EUR 1 billion.
Deadline: 15 November 2015
Open to: individuals across the world aged between 18-34 years old
Prize: first prize USD 200, second prize USD 150, third prize USD 100
UNESCO MGIEP is a specialised institute established in co-operation with the Government of India to play a leading role in research, knowledge sharing, capacity building and policy formulation in the area of education for peace, sustainability and global citizenship.
UNESCO Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Education for Peace and Sustainable Development (MGIEP) invites entries for the Youth lens 2015: The Blue Dot magazine photo competition. The topic for the competition is “Education and Crisis”.
Entries are accepted from individuals across the world;
Entrants must be between the ages of 18-34;
You must be passionate about photography;
Photographs that have won any... Read More »
Deadline: 2 December 2015
Open to: university students and professionals worldwide
Prize: 40,000 SEK (approx. EUR 4,300)
Identify a challenge you think could arise in the next coming 40 years and build a solution using Capa™ Thermoplastics. Perstorp is inviting students and professionals worldwide to the Focused Innovation Challenge. Participants will get the chance to use their creativity and ingenuity to solve a problem of the future using Perstorp’s unique Capa™ Thermoplastics technology. The innovation that impresses the distinguished panel of judges will be rewarded with a substantial cash prize and opportunity to get support for developing their idea from Perstorp.
Open to university students and professionals worldwide that want to make their mark on the future using Capa™ Thermoplastics. Participants can enter... Read More »