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Contest for Human Rights Photo Reporters

30.07.2008
www.humanrights.ge website on human rights is opening a competition with the support of Swiss Embassy

Contest for Human Rights Photo Reporters


The aim of the contest is to reveal best photos on human rights. The entries will be received from October 1 to November 16 2008.

There are three nominations:
1.    photo story (3-10 photos)
2.    poster on human rights;
3.    human rights photo shot

The competition is open for photo reporters working in Georgia. The centre especially welcomes entries from Abkhazia and Tskhinvali region.
Only digital images will be accepted. The images should be accompanied by a piece of writing, of no more than 150 words, describing the situation your photo depicts, its background and which human right it illustrates. This text can be submitted in English, Georgian or Russian.

You can see detailed information about competition rules in the attached document.

The winners of each category will be awarded with a certificate, 300 Euros.

For more information please visit our website: www.HumanRights.ge or contact us at: address: Kazbegi ave. 3a, 2nd entrance, App.22 Tbilisi, Georgia
Tel.: 37 69 50; 38 46 48
E-mail: nino@hridc.org



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