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Global World: Through the Lens of Human Rights Photo Competition

passing this on:

I’m kindly inviting you to participate at Ekvilib Institute’s international photo contest “Global World: Through the Lens of Human Rights” which we announced on Human rights day, 10th of December.

Topic 2009: The topic of this year’s contest are economic, social and cultural rights, which, in spite of massive violations, are still being neglected in human rights debates and are often represented in ways that lead to stereotypes and generalizations

Prize for the winning photo or photo story: Reimbursement of travel and living expenses in a selected developing country in the total amount of 1.000 EUR, with ensured contacts with Ekvilib’s Institute partner organisations working in the field of human rights in the chosen country.

Who can participate: both professional photographers and other interested individuals, who share the vision and passion to contribute to a more just and balanced global development, and to a socially responsible representation of global development challenges.

Jury: Adriana Zehbrauskas (Polaris Images), Murad Sezer (Reuters Turkey), Jože Vogrinc, PhD (Faculty of Arts at the University of Ljubljana), Max Zimani (The Association African Center, Slovenia), Anita Ramšak (Ekvilib Institute).

Deadline: February 1st 2010

More information available at: http://www.ekvilib.org/en/fotografski-natecaj-2009 or alma@ekvilib.org.


Please forward this message to all who may be interested. If possible, please publish this invitation among other news on your website.

Best regards,

Alma Rogina

Ekvilib Institute

Alma Rogina

Ekvilib Inštitut / Ekvilib Institute
Šišenska 89, 1000 Ljubljana
Pisarna/Office: Medvedova 28, 1000 Ljubljana
tel: +386 1 430 37 51, +386 41 878 131
fax: +386 59 035 581

by teru kuwayama at 2009-12-21 14:09:37 UTC | Bookmark | | Report spam→

Link seems to be dead here…both by directly clicking, copy/pasting and navigating through the website.

by Deeba Yavrom | 23 Dec 2009 01:12 | Bay Area-West Coast, United States | | Report spam→
I took a look through the site and this appears to be the English version of the contest:


by Matt Moore | 23 Dec 2009 02:12 | North Carolina, United States | | Report spam→
Sorry for the inconvenience but there was something wrong with the link I posted last time. Here’s a new one:


by Alma Rogina | 28 Dec 2009 10:12 | Ljubljana, Slovenia | | Report spam→

International photo contest “Global World: Through the Lens of Human Rights”

More info and entry form available at http://www.ekvilib.org/en/photo-contest-2009 or alma@ekvilib.org

Best regards,

by Alma Rogina | 20 Jan 2010 11:01 | | Report spam→
A friend told me that this weekend the winners will be announced and all photos will be exhibited – is that right?

by Gerd Z. | 04 Mar 2010 13:03 | Frankfurt am Main, Germany | | Report spam→
Dear Gerd,
Openinng of the exhibition of selected photos and announcement of the winner will take place tommorow at 8pm in Ljubljana (gallery KUD France Preseren).


by Alma Rogina | 05 Mar 2010 16:03 | Ljubljana, Slovenia | | Report spam→

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Ljubljana , Slovenia
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