Unesco plans 'Learning to Live Together' photo, image exhibit
June 17, 2013 00:00 By The Nation 3,394 Viewed
Unesco Bangkok has launched a project entitled "Learning to Live Together through Education in the Asia-Pacific Region" to better understand how education systems promote learning to live together.
Children throughout the region are invited to submit photos, images, drawings, paintings or any image that captures actions, ideas or initiatives that promote “learning to live together”. Submissions must include a caption or description in any language. Submissions may also include brief essays or stories to explain in further detail the context behind the image.
An exhibition is planned in Bangkok to showcase the submissions from across the region. One winner of the competition will receive a tablet computer, runners up will be publicly acknowledged and the story behind their images shared at the exhibition. Their submissions will also feature in Unesco media.
Participants must be between the ages of 15-35 and reside in the Asia-Pacific region.
Please visit www.unescobkk.org/education/news/article/calling-all-youth-learning-to-live-together to download the submission form and send all submissions via e-mail to email@example.com by Monday, July 15.