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CARE award deadline June 15

Hello, I recieved this by PDF, so this is the cut and paste version of the entry form for the annual CARE award. the deadline is june 15.

www.care.org
Registration form
GRAND PRIX 2005 CARE INTERNATIONAL
DU REPORTAGE HUMANITAIRE
To send before June 15th 2005
NAME: Mr./Mss/Ms. ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………
FIRST NAME: …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
ADDRESS:…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..
CITY AND ZIP CODE: ……………………………………………………………………………………………………….
COUNTRY: ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..
AGENCY:……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
PHONE NUMBER:……………………………………………………………………………………………………………..
CELL PHONE NUMBER:……………………………………………………………………………………………………
FAX NUMBER:…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..
EMAIL: ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
I here by declare that:
A) I am the author of the enclosed pictures.
B) I am the sole holder of the associated copyrights.
C) I authorize CARE France and the organizers of the GRAND PRIX 2005 CARE INTERNATIONAL DU
REPORTAGE HUMANITAIRE to use the pictures presented during this contest, for their promotion and their
use in connection with the GRAND PRIX 2005 CARE INTERNATIONAL DU REPORTAGE HUMANITAIRE
(press relations, CARE information letter, Internet, catalogues, exhibitions…) without being entitled to the
payment of any remuneration.
Any other use will be submitted for agreement to the photographer.
D) To my knowledge no third party can make any claim or file any opposition in connection with the
publication of the enclosed pictures.
F) I am aware of the contest regulations set forth in the enclosed printed form and I agree to all its terms.
Date:…………………………………………………………………………… Signature: ………………………………………
Read and approved
www.care.org
Regulation for the contest
GRAND PRIX CARE INTERNATIONAL
DU REPORTAGE HUMANITAIRE
Article 1)
CARE France, an Association under the law of 1901, seated in Paris 75019  CAP 19  13, rue Georges
Auric – is organizing a contest named GRAND PRIX CARE INTERNATIONAL DU REPORTAGE
HUMANITAIRE open to professional photographers attached to press agencies, medias and independent
professional photographers.
Article 2)
The contest is open to professional photographers attached to press agencies, medias and independent
professional photographers.
The present regulation has been sent to them with a simple letter, on condition that they circulate it to
people authorized to compete according to the present regulation.
Article 3)
The winner will be selected for a work, which reports tragic situations or abuses against human rights or
human dignity requiring a humanitarian action.
Article 4)
Photoreports will not be accepted, if previous to two years.
Article 5)
The participation to this contest automatically results in the free transfer of the proprietary rights
(reproduction and representation) of such photographs, included on CARE web sites, Visa Pour lImage 
Perpignan and the partners web sites, in connection with the sole promotion of this reward (the organizers
of this contest agree to mention the name of the photographer every time they are used). Pictures of the
winners will not be handed back to their author.
Article 6)
Each participant may present seven to ten photographs (prints), i.e. only one photoreport. Any entry
including more than 10 photos will be withdrawn from the competition.
Article 7)
When sending one or several photographs the acknowledgment of the present regulations are automatically
accepted.
Article 8)
The black and white or color pictures, if possible, will all be developed on a format (paper size) not below to
18×24. The selected candidates will then send their originals, on a 40 X 50 format or their negatives, or on
CD TIFF format 18 mega, to the organizers who will make enlargements for the exhibition in Perpignan.
Slides shall not bear a caption or words or the photographers name. Any slide with a text will cause the
senders rejection from the competition.
Article 9)
A 10 to 20 lines text together with the caption for the photos, the date and the place of the photograph
must be enclosed with the report on a separate slip of paper in French or English. The authors name ,
adress and phone must be enclosed only on the reverse of the page.
Article 10)
The pictures shall be sent without being folded in a padded envelope by mail or express mail (DHL,
FEDEX….) with the mention without commercial value in order to avoid the custom taxes and delays.
The managers shall not accept any shipment mentioning a commercial value. The pictures must be sent to:
GRAND PRIX CARE INTERNATIONAL DU REPORTAGE HUMANITAIRE
CARE France
CAP 19
13, rue Georges Auric  75019- Paris – France
The pictures received after June 15th, 2005 (midnight) will not be accepted as part of the contest.
Article 11)
Forged or numerically manipulated photographs shall be excluded. Photoreports sent by email will not be
accepted.
Article 12)
The organizers of the contest agree not to disclose the name of the participants to members. The jury
deliberations shall be confidential. The jury decisions are final. In case of ties, the presidents vote will
prevail.
Article 13)
A jury composed of leading international press representatives will meet to designate the winner of the
GRAND PRIX 2005 CARE INTERNATIONAL DU REPORTAGE HUMANITAIRE in June 2005.
Article 14)
A selection of the best pictures will be displayed at the Festival called VISA POUR LIMAGE to be held in
Perpignan from August 27th to September 11th, 2005, along with the touring exhibitions in France and
abroad of the Grand Prix CARE International du Reportage Humanitaire. The winner and the other
selected participants have given permission to use their pictures for the purpose of the Festival Visa Pour
lImage in Perpignan from August 27th to September 11th, 2005 and of the exhibitions organized in
connection with the Grand Prix CARE International.
The winner and the other selected participants commit themselves to donate their exhibition pictures to
CARE for other exhibitions to CAREs profit.
Article 15)
The winner shall be informed within three days following the selection. He should be present or duly
represented for the awarding of his prize. If he is absent or not duly represented, he will be deprived of all his
rights and shall not be entitled to claim any damage or dispensation or reimbursement of any expenses.
Article 16)
If all or part of the contest is cancelled or postponed as a result of unforeseen circumstances, the
participants shall not be entitled to claim any damage.
Article 17)
The amount of the prize is up to 8.000 euro (eight thousand euro).
The present contest rules are filed with bailiff, Maîtres Eric Albou & Carolle Yana, 160, rue du Temple,
75003 Paris who guarantee the compliance with these rules.
Issued in Paris, May 29, 2005.
www.care.org
Historical
GRAND PRIX CARE INTERNATIONAL
DU REPORTAGE HUMANITAIRE
At the initiative of CARE France, the GRAND PRIX CARE INTERNATIONAL DU REPORTAGE
HUMANITAIRE was created in 1994 with the objective to pay a tribute to the photographers/reporters
who bear testimony to major humanitarian catastrophes all over the world at the risk of their lives.
These works are also the memory of actions that have taken place in the field by CARE
INTERNATIONAL and other humanitarian worldwide organizations.
The first GRAND PRIX CARE INTERNATIONAL DU REPORTAGE HUMANITAIRE, with the French
Ministry of Cultures endowment, was awarded by Mr. Javier Perez de Cuellar to Patrick Robert (Sygma).
Since 1997, the GRAND PRIX CARE INTERNATIONAL DU REPORTAGE HUMANITAIRE is
organized with the partnership of the International Photojournalism Festival VISA POUR LIMAGE,
which exhibits the best works during the Festival. The prize is sponsored by Sanofi-Aventis.
Winners:
1997 Tom Stoddard Blouin MacBain Foundation
1998 Lizzie Saddin Blouin MacBain Foundation
1999 Shafiqul Alam Kiron Maison Française, Group Moniteur
2000 Yoav Lemmer Maison Française, Group Moniteur
2001 Ad Van Denderen Carrefour Solidarité
2002 Anne-Laure Detilleux Proxiserve
2003 Florence Gaty Sanofi-Synthélabo
2004 Olivier Jobard Sanofi-Synthélabo
Principles:
Organized with the support of the Festivals director, Jean-François Leroy, the contest is open to all
professional and independent photographers/reporters attached to press agencies or other medias.
Participants, informed by mail, will send their work produce on the theme of humanitarian operations or
programs to CARE France.
A jury, composed with international media personalities, will select the best works, which will be exposed
during the Perpignan Festival.
The Jury will designate the winner of the GRAND PRIX CARE INTERNATIONAL DU REPORTAGE
HUMANITAIRE who will be awarded a prize of 8.000 euro during a special evening in Perpignan.
The jury in 2004:
President of the jury: Jean- François Leroy / Visa pour lImage
Romain Lacroix / Paris Match, Hélène Véret, Daphné Anglès / New York Times France, Barbara Clément /
Elle, Dan Torres / Libération, Frank Müller-May and Anne-Marie Menut / Sanofi-Aventis.
CARE France
Association de Solidarité Internationale
CAP 19
13, rue Georges Auric 75019 Paris
Tel: + 33 1 53 19 89 89
Fax: + 33 1 53 19 89 90
For further information, please contact Martine Czapek: czapek@carefrance.org
www.care.org
CARE INTERNATIONAL
CARE is well known for its famous CARE package. Millions of such packages brought food and other essential to
World War II survivors. Others know CARE for providing food aid, emergency relief, health care, roads and other
assistance to poor families in the developing world. Over time, the CARE package has become a symbol of hope and
CARE a way to reach out and help.
But CARE has transcended these roles. CARE today is about achieving lasting victories over poverty and building a
better world for all. We seek to confront underlying causes of poverty rather than merely treating symptoms. We work
with families and communities to implement the solutions needed to overcome the greatest threats to their survival
and help them realize their rights and potential. By providing information, education or capital infusion  things not
included in the original CARE Packages  CARE is transforming lives. CARE seeks to tap human potential, to
leverage the power of people and, in doing so, unleash a vast force for progress. While CAREs spirit remains the
same  to reach out, help and bring hope- our sights have been raised, our mission strengthened and our passion
emboldened.
As we wage this campaign to vanquish poverty, our battlefields are barnyards and fields of poor farmers, classrooms
and playgrounds of young children, and homes and businesses of women struggling to make ends meet. Our
watchwords are empowerment, equity, sustainability and social justice. While our goal is ambitious, it is achievable.
And progress already is being made.
CARE around the world
A federation of 12 national associations (Australia, Austria, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Great Britain,
Japan, Netherlands, Norway, Thailand, and the USA) working in over 70 countries
90 % of the annual budget is devoted to putting projects into practice
700 projects in Africa, Latin America, Asia, and Central Europe
45 million people benefit from these projects every year
One objective: to fight poverty.
In over 70 countries the CARE network is building, transforming, and giving a sense of responsibility and
independence to those most in need, while protecting their economic and social rights. Fighting discrimination in all
its forms, the organization deals in sustainable development and each project is put together with a view to
sustainability and substantial change.
CARE in France
More than 40 projects carried out in more than 22 countries throughout 4 continents (Romania, Togo, Benin, Chad,
Cuba, Laos, Vietnam&)
Actions in a wide range of areas: micro credit, water and sewage, the struggle against AIDS, education, food
hygiene, the environment, emergency aid and rehabilitation, child protection.
A global vision of development, with the goal of contributing to the autonomy of populations so that they
eventually have the means to take care of themselves.

by teru kuwayama at 2005-05-30 03:20:58 UTC (ed. Mar 12 2008 ) dubai , United Arab Emirates | Bookmark | | Report spam→

15 Jun 2005 00:06
Teru, thanks, in looking through the LS galleries I have seen a lot of people who should apply for this, but I am unclear about the exact format of the entry )which may have lost something in the translation)……the PDF refers to very large prints, but also something about slides?

by [former member] | 30 May 2005 12:05 (ed. May 30 2005) | new orleans, United States | | Report spam→
Hi Andy, I fowarded the original email with all the pdf attachments to your email.

teru

by teru kuwayama | 30 May 2005 13:05 | brooklyn, United States | | Report spam→
Hey Teru! Long time! Are you back in NYC? I am in Congo, but coming into NYC in a week or so for a few days.. Can you also forward me the PDF file? I will buy you a mug of beer!

Jiro

by [former member] | 31 May 2005 05:05 | Brazzaville, Congo (RC) | | Report spam→
heya jiro, just sent it to your email address —

Im back in nyc, see you here soon —

by teru kuwayama | 31 May 2005 10:05 | brooklyn, United States | | Report spam→
hey Teru, also in NYC, but leaving teusday back following week. Hope to have a chance to hang out with you. Thanks for the information on the Care thing. cheers, Stephen

by [former member] | 05 Jun 2005 21:06 | bogota, Colombia | | Report spam→
hi teru! Mind sending me the pdf too? I cant seem to find anything on the net.

Ernest

by Ernest Goh | 06 Jun 2005 01:06 | Singapore, Singapore | | Report spam→
Hi Ernest, let me llok — my email system has been a mess, but if I cant do it, perhaps jior or andy can send it to you.

Hi Stephen — give me a call — let’s hook up

by teru kuwayama | 06 Jun 2005 07:06 | brooklyn, United States | | Report spam→
Heya again —
ok, found and sent. If any of you can figure out a way to post the PDF files directly on LS, or find a web url for CARE where people can download directly, please do.
cheers,
T

by teru kuwayama | 06 Jun 2005 07:06 | brooklyn, United States | | Report spam→
hey-
i can fax the entry form out, if anyone needs it by fax-
email me (rine@riseup.net)

erin

by Erin Siegal McIntyre | 08 Jun 2005 16:06 | Brooklyn, New York City, United States | | Report spam→

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