01 November 2019.
PHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITION – Allard Prize for International Integrity
The bi-annual Allard Prize Photography Competition, which recognizes photographic excellence reflecting the ideals of the Allard Prize, is adjudicated by the Allard Prize Committee and Maxe Fisher, Associate Professor, Faculty of Design + Dynamic Media, Emily Carr University of Art + Design.
Photographers are encouraged to submit entries year-round. Entries should reflect themes of courage and leadership in combating corruption, especially through promoting transparency, accountability, the rule of law, and of human rights and/or anti-corruption generally. They also particularly welcome entries that depict corruption and human rights violations in the developed world.
Opportunity Focus Areas:
ALL WORLD COUNTRIES.
- The Competition is only open to individuals who have reached the age of majority in their country of residence at the time of entry (“Entrants”). Members of the Allard Prize Photography Competition Jury, the Allard Prize Committee and the Allard Prize Advisory Board are not eligible to participate during their terms as Jury, Committee or Advisory Board members and for one year following the end of their terms.
- Entrants may submit up to a maximum of four photographs in each cycle of the Competition. Submission of more than four photographs may result in all photographs submitted by the Entrant being declared ineligible.
- Up to six photographs may be selected as a winner in each cycle of the Competition.
- Each winning Entrant will receive CA$1,000, his/her winning photograph featured on the website, inclusion of his/her name and a brief description of the photograph on the Allard Prize website, and inclusion of the photograph in the website’s archive as a past winner.
(No communication or correspondence will be exchanged with Entrants except with those selected as a potential prize winner.)
First Step: Answer some personal questions.
Second Step: Write a brief description of yourself. (1200 characters maximum).
Third Step: Upload your photograph(s), answer some questions about it and provide a brief description of it, including how it relates to corruption and/or human rights (1200 characters maximum).
Fourth Step: Send your application and we wish you the best of luck!
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This Scholarship Published by:
” Belkis Ghedir/ Tunisia “
Reviewed by” Rahaf Elkhodary/ Egypt ”
MARJ3 Scholarships team