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What does science mean to you? - photo contest

Finanțator: Comisia Europeană
Data limită: 15 May 2013

Science is all around us. From quirky phenomena to stunning science in action, we want to see what’s grabbing your attention. To take part in the photo contest you must be part of a team of three people with at least two girl members. Your photo should not include any images of identifiable people.

Participate now and your team could win a trip to Prague (Czech Republic) to attend the European Union Contest for Young Scientists or a trip to Ispra (Italy) to visit the Joint Research Centre! It's a monthly competition so you must submit your photo between the beginning of the 1st to the end of the 15th day of each month.

The ‘What does science mean to you?’ photo contest offers teams of young people from the European Union an opportunity to express their answers to this question ‘What does science mean to you?’ in image format. Every month between December 2012 and May 2013 teams of young people aged between 13 and 18 will be invited to submit their photos to our dedicated Science: It’s a girl thing! website.


International Youth Media Summit, Belgrade

Finanțator: Media Education Centre
Data limită: continuos

International Youth Media Summit was founded by Ms. Evelyn Seubert from Cleveland High School USA and Ms. Aileen Marshal from South Lanarkshire Council in Scotland. During July 21-30, 2006, the first summit was held in LA presented by 'Listen Up!' and 'Learning for Life' as well as being mainly funded by IRMAS Charitable Foundation and HealthNet. Second International Youth Media Summit was in Sydney, Australia, 1st to 7th July 2007.

The outcomes are Public Service Announcements (PSAs) filmed and edited by student filmmakers as well as researched and prepared by the student diplomats.