UNICEF is asking teenagers in Malaysia the question: What is the Future YOU Want? Through the Picture My Rights photo contest.
In conjunction with the 25th anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, UNICEF is hosting the Picture My Rights photography competition to help you promote your rights to peace, dignity, equality and a voice.
The photo contest is open to all teens aged 13-17 and living in Malaysia. Teen photo enthusiasts are invited to submit an original digital photo and caption that will highlight one of five fundamental children’s rights:
dignity; survival, development, safety and participation.
1. Take a photo
Use a digital camera or mobile phone to capture a photo based on one of these themes.
2. Write a title & caption
Give it a title and a caption (max. 30 words) that best describes your photo and the theme.
3. Hit submit
Fill up the submission form with your parent’s permission to take part, then send it on its way.
1 September – 10 October 2014
The contest prizes include a 5 day all-expense paid workshop with master photographer Giacomo Pirozzi and a WiFi enabled Samsung camera. All photographs will be displayed at The School, Jaya One in November 2014.
For more information about the terms and conditions, and to submit your entries, visit Picture My Rights
Picture My Rights is supported by the BRATS (The Star), the Centre for Asian Photographers and The School, Jaya One.
Maree has over five years of experience in Occupational Health and Safety and in the development of safety standards, training workshops and improvement initiatives. She is passionate about health, safety and education. Maree, a mother of two children, has a Advanced Diploma in OHS and will be graduating soon with a B.Sc. (HSE) from Australia.