As part of the Do One Thing for Diversity and Inclusion 2013 campaign, the UNESCO Centre of Florence is launching a posters and slogan contests to celebrate the World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development.
Join the campaign and send us your digital masterpieces!
Subject: Cultural Diversity as a chance for development. Sensitizing for inclusion.
The poster can be in every language (but, in the case it should be in other languages than English, French, Italian or Spanish, we kindly ask you to provide subtitles in the above mentioned languages).
The images and slogan attached must be original and unpublished and they must not have been posted previously on any web page. Images and slogan whose copyrights or other rights are held by anyone other than the participant CANNOT be used. The masterpiece need to match the issue of Cultural DIVERSITY (not just representing a cultural identity) and INCLUSION to be awarded. Be creative, try to realize something new avoiding be harassing or embarrassing.
The posters must be printed out in A2 and HD format and send by mail or hand delivered strictly within the 19th of June 2013 to:
Centro UNESCO di Firenze onlus
Via G.P. Orsini 44
50126 – Florence – Italy
Submissions: Please submit your interest to participate to: email@example.com
Mandatory: Each person appearing in your posters must sign a specific authorization to use the personal images invoices. The only accepted authorization form will be available as soon as you contact us by e-mail to present your intention to participate. Additionally, you must sign the consent form for the use of your masterpiece in our network communication channels.
At the end of June 2013 an exhibition event with aperitivo will be held in Florence to share your masterpieces.
Questions? Just e-mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Centro UNESCO di Firenze ONLUS
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