The challenge is to produce a creative piece of work about the human rights or humanitarian situation Burma, Nigeria, South Sudan or Sudan. Find a piece of information about one of these countries which grabs you – and use your imagination to bring it to life in a creative way.
THE CHALLENGE: produce a creative piece of work about the situation in one of the countries where HART works. Artistic mediums accepted include: poems, short stories, paintings, drawings, illustrations, collages, graphic design, infographics, photographs, videos and short films. Other mediums may be accepted – if your preferred art form is not listed please get in touch.
All entrants will be invited to a celebratory event in London. All shortlisted creative pieces will be exhibited at a celebratory event in London.
Prizes for the Creative competition:
- The Junior and Senior winners will each:
- Win a £50 Amazon voucher;
- Win optional work experience in HART’s London office;
- Win a signed copy of Baroness Cox’s book ‘This Immoral Trade: Slavery in the 21st Century’;
- Receive an invitation for tea in the House of Lords with Baroness Cox.
Additionally the Senior creative winner will be in with the chance of winning a grand mystery prize for the competition’s best overall entry. The creative competition information pack can be downloaded below. The entry form, country fact sheets, and terms and conditions can all be downloaded here.
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