Fwd: Short video contest for young people - deadline March 1, 2011
Jan 31st, 2011 - 09:08:32
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From: Natalie Siniora
Date: Mon, Jan 31, 2011 at 1:41 AM
Subject: Short video contest for young people - deadline March 1, 2011
FYI apologies for cross posting
To celebrate the OECD's 50th Anniversary, young people worldwide are invited
to create a short video describing their vision of Progress.
Watch the video-
*Who is Eligible*
The competition is open to young people (18-25 years) in every country
*How to Enter*
Upload your video on YouTube and register online before *MIDNIGHT (Paris
time) on 1 March 2011*. Any videos and/or registration forms received after
this time will not be considered.
Read the competition Terms &
Fill out the Registration
- An all expenses paid trip to Paris, France
- Screening of the winning films at an international forum.
- An opportunity to meet government, civil society and media from around
*Three winners* will be invited to the OECD Forum in May 2011, with travel
cost, hotel accommodation and daily allowance provided for five days.
- Competition opens on 1 Dec 2010
- *Closing date for submissions is midnight (Paris time) on 1 March 2011*
- *Shortlist:* A Special Jury (to be announced in February) will compile
a shortlist of 20 videos, judged on a basis of creativity, substance,
production value and overall impact. The 20 shortlisted videos will be
announced and showcased on this website and the OECD YouTube site from *21
- *Public vote:* From 22 March to 14 April, 2011 the public will be
invited to choose, via YouTube, the top three videos from the shortlist.
- *Winners announced on Friday 15 April, 2011.*
*Constituencies Programme Officer*
World AIDS Campaign*
Tel: +31 20 616 9045
Fax: +31 20 612 9880
Mob:+31 65 082 4625
Global Youth Coalition on HIV/AIDS, a program of TakingITGlobal
reshma (at) gyca.org
540 President St, 3rd Floor
Brooklyn, NY 11215
GYCA is a youth-led global network of nearly 5,000 young leaders and
adult allies working on youth and HIV and AIDS in 150 countries worldwide.
GYCA's mission is to empower young leaders with the skills, knowledge,
resources and opportunities they need to scale up HIV and AIDS interventions
amongst their peers.