National Photo Contest-2012
Snapshot the culture of Fundamental Rights in Pakistan
Centre for Civic Education Pakistan is pleased to announce National Photo Contest-2012 to portray the “Culture of Fundamental Rights in Pakistan.” The purpose of this contest is to capture adherence to or otherwise, fundamental rights enshrined in the Constitution of Pakistan-1973 (Article 8-28). Snaps shall be from daily lives of Pakistanis to pictorially tell stories about how people experience or miss these rights.
Submit your photo capturing Culture of Fundamental Rights in Pakistan and win an opportunity to attend National Conference on State of Fundamental Rights in Pakistan on September 15, 2012 in Islamabad.
Three top finalists will be offered scholarship to participate in the National Conference on State of Fundamental Rights in Pakistan on September 15, 2012 in Islamabad and share their experiences.
The photos of the twenty finalists will be exhibited at the Conference and will be Showcase in the form of an “E-Exhibition” on Centre’s website.
- First Prize PKR 7,500 along with Shield and Certificate
- Second Prize PKR 5,000 along with Shield and Certificate
- Third Prize PKR 2,500 along with Shield and Certificate
- The submission deadline is June 30, 2012.
- Online Submission: email@example.com
- Photos may be in jpeg or gif format.
- For printed submissions: Centre for Civic Education, House 10, Street 44, F-7/1, Islamabad
- The submission must include a short caption that provides the location of photo and necessary background to understand the meaning of the photo. The caption can be submitted in English or Urdu, and can be no longer than 100 words.
- One person can submit maximum three entries.
- By submitting a photo to the contest, the participant consents to publish his/her work, with proper credit.
- All submitted photos must be original works of the participants. Any plagiarized entries will be automatically disqualified.
- Photos will be evaluated on following criteria:
- Clarity–how it relates to the theme;
- Creativity–the photo is original and captures fundamental rights in a creative way;
- Practicality–the picture shows how fundamental rights can be realized or applied; and
- Message– the picture communicates a meaningful and relevant message.