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Művészeti verseny "Fiatalság, képességek, munka" témában / Art Contest 'Youth, skills and work'

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Az UNESCO művészeti versenyt hirdet "Fiatalság, képességek, munka" témában, a beküldési határidő április 1. / UNESCO's Art Contest "Youth, skills and work" – What skills do you need to create a better future, submission deadline: 1 April.

GMR 2012 - Art Contest

Youth, skills and work – What skills do you need to create a better future?

 

Are young people leaving school with the skills they need to survive and thrive in society?

  • How can we make sure that all young people – especially those who face disadvantages – get a chance to learn job skills?
  • Are employers and governments doing their best to match up skills and jobs?
  • How can education help young people avoid unemployment – or being trapped in low-paid, insecure work?

  • Please circulate our flyer or print it up and put it in your university or college: EnglishFrenchSpanish


    Be creative and express yourself in our artwork contest!
     

    More about the prize and how to enter:

     

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    Theme of the contest




    Youth, skills and work: What skills do you need to create a better future?

    The artwork should illustrate ideas linked to youth, education, skills and the world of work. Some related questions are:

    • Are young people leaving school with the skills they need to survive and thrive in society?
    • How can we make sure that all young people – especially those who face disadvantages – get a chance to learn job skills?
    • Are employers and governments doing their best to match up skills and jobs?
    • How can education help young people avoid unemployment – or being trapped in low-paid, insecure work?

    Feel free to take a look at and be inspired by the blog “Youth, skills, work” where young people are debating these issues: youth-skills-work.tumblr.com


    The design brief




    The winning artwork will be used for the 2012 Education for All Global Monitoring Report on youth, skills and work.

    The submission may be artwork of any size (between A5 and A3 or equivalent). Submissions can be in the form of photos, drawings, paintings, computer-generated images etc. Submissions can be in electronic format or on paper. Each artwork should be accompanied by a short artist biography and description of the work in relation to the theme of the contest. If electronic files only are submitted, a high-definition version (in PDF or JPEG) is required. We would prefer the artwork to be accompanied by a standard to high-resolution PDF file in A4 format for viewing by the jury.

    See the “Terms and conditions” for technical specifications.


    The Prizes




    The first prize is a trip to Paris, France, including accommodation, to participate in an event publicizing the artwork and meet with the GMR team. The international jury will also select two honorable mentions from the entries. The artwork of the winner and a jury selection will feature in an on-line gallery, including short biographies of the artists. Selected winning entries will also feature in the 2012 EFA Global Monitoring Report, Summary and other outreach materials.


    Who can enter




    To be eligible for the prize, you must be aged between 18 and 24 years during the period of this competition (1 February 2012 to 1 April 2012). Proof of identity will be required from all finalists.


    How to submit




    Please send your artwork plus the completed Registration Form in either electronic or paper format. You may submit in both formats.

    If submitting your entry in electronic format only, please:

    1. go to www.unesco.org/tools/filedepot/
    2. enter your name and email
    3. upload your file
    4. enter recipient email: efareport(at)unesco.org
    5. enter message to recipient: "2012 Artwork Contest"
    6. click [Send] button

    Artwork in paper format only should be sent to:

    EFA Global Monitoring Report Team
    Artwork Contest
    UNESCO
    7, Place de Fontenoy
    75007 Paris
    France


    Judging




    After the competition closes at 18.00pm (Paris time) on 1 April 2012, a jury will decide the first prize winner and will select two honorable mentions. Artwork will be judged in terms of creativity, originality, message content and overall presentation.

    The competition winner and honorable mentions will be announced on 30 April 2012 and notified by e-mail, as well as published on the website of the Education for All Global Monitoring Report (www.efareport.unesco.org).


    About the Report




    The annual Education for All Global Monitoring Report, published by UNESCO, is the international reference monitoring and advocating for Education for All. It is published and distributed worldwide in English, French, Spanish, Russian, Arabic and Chinese. Further information about the Report can be found on our website: www.efareport.unesco.org


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