Due Date: June 7,2019
Entries are invited for the UNESCO-UNEVOC Talents in Action Photo Rivals2019 Do you have photography capabilities? Whether you are an amateur or specialist, do not miss your possibility to get in the UNESCO-UNEVOC #SkillsinAction Photo Rivals! This rivals is organized as part of the UNESCO-UNEVOC International Centre’s activities to mark World Youth Talent Day2019
The orientation of Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) towards the world of work and the acquisition of employability capabilities indicates that it is well put to handle around the world issues and promote sustainable improvement. Whether gotten at school or in the workplace, every day people around the globe are using their TVET capabilities to make the world a far better area.
The goals of the award are to:.
Raise awareness on the benefits of TVET.
Promote TVET as an approach to handle around the world challenges such as challenge, youth joblessness and inequality.
Reward youths’s efforts to promote sustainable improvement in their communities by getting capabilities and putting them into practice.
Enable UNESCO-UNEVOC to develop an Image Library that can be made use of to promote TVET through various interaction and publication jobs.
The winners of the #SkillsInAction Photo Rivals will get the following benefits:.
initially benefit– 500 USD.
2nd benefit– 300 USD.
3rd benefit– 150 USD.
Winning images and finalists will get a certificate and their entries will be consisted of on the UNESCO-UNEVOC website and its socials media platforms in occasion of #WYSD (World Youth Capabilities Day).
Winners will be sent details about how to state their benefits.
You are welcome to participate as long as:.
you are at least 18 years of ages.
you are the owner or copyright holder of the image entry/entries.
The images should highlight the possibilities that Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) provides youths in between the ages of 15–29
They prefer you to tape interesting minutes when capabilities are in action, showing how TVET and capabilities improvement can contribute to amongst the following:.
Encouraging youth work and entrepreneurship– images of youth revealing their capabilities on the job.
Promoting TVET for all– images highlighting access to TVET for everyone, in spite of gender, ethnic background, or problems.
TVET for green societies– images showing how competent youths can utilize their understanding and efficiency to establish more sustainable practices on earth of work.
Promoting Information and Interaction Technologies (ICTs) and digital capabilities– images showing how ICTs and digital capabilities can improve substantial gain access to of youths to TVET and prepare them for the jobs of the future.
The images should focus on youths who are taken part in activities that are making it possible for the achievement of any of the above issues.
All images should be sent out with a title, a fast paragraph( not more than 100 words) talking about the context of the image and revealing where and when it was taken, and a short bio providing yourself.
All images should be sent out in jpeg format The longer side should be at least 3,000 pixels. The entrants are allowed to digitally manage the images rather and define the nature of control. Please do not include any marks, logo design styles, watermarks or brink on your images.
Your images should be related to the designs talked about above.
An option panel will shortlist entries based upon the list below requirements:.
Adherance/Appropriateness to the design.
Uniqueness of the concept/shot.
Innovative methods of offering the message.
Make sure you have a look at the submission treatment prior to sending your image!
After taking your photo/s.
Download the Skills-in-Action Photo Rivals submission type.
Open the file and fill the private details part. Make sure that you use your overall mailing address. Upon being shortlisted, we will use this address to send your printed certificate.
Consist of a title and make up a short description for each image. Make sure that you relabel image files with your title: title.jpeg, or “title.tiff (example: Female-shoemaker. jpeg, Female-shoemaker. tiff).
Make sure you concur and comply with the Terms (Can similarly be found in the submission type) and sign the type with date and signature above your printed name.
Print the type and take a picture of it with the date, your name and signature. Make sure that the contents are easy to understand. Relabel the file in this format: Lastname_SkillsinAction19 jpeg for example– Sibomana_SkillsinAction19 jpeg.
Send the ended up type image together with the preliminary images files to unevoc.skills( at) unesco.org with the following e-mail subject heading Lastname_SkillsinAction19(In case the text contents are not easy to understand, please forward the filled-up digital copy of the submission type).
Some e-mail providers have accessory size constraints. In case of many entries that can not be sent by ways of email, you can use any cloud storage servers such as” WeTransfer”, as long as it has direct associate with no sign-up required to download.
All images must be sent out using the submission type on or prior to 7 June 2019 to unevoc.skills( at) unesco.org.
For more information, go to UNESCO-UNEVOC.