Raise awareness of a Social Justice issue important to you and win up to £400
The Social Justice Photography Competition 2019 is an exciting opportunity for undergraduate students to raise awareness of a social justice issue that matters to them.
You can use a phone, tablet, analogue or digital camera. You can find inspiration from last years winners below.
The competition closes on 8 March 2019.
The winners will be announced at the Volunteer of the Year Awards on 2 May 2019.
- Choose a topic - an issue of social justice important to you
- Take your photograph - you can use a phone, tablet, analogue camera, digital camera or anything else you can think of
- Edit your photo - if you want to or you can just leave it as it is
- Write up to 100 words and give your photo a title - explaining why the issue is important to you
- Fill out the image release form - this allows us to share your photo and use it in our marketing for the exhibition
- Submit everything – by emailing your photo (or a link to your photo), your image release form and your 100 words to email@example.com with the subject line Social Justice Photography Competition. Make sure you include your name, student number and the title of the photo in the email.
- You can only enter the competition once
- Email your photograph to firstname.lastname@example.org
- The deadline for entries is Friday 8 March 2019 at 23:59 – photos entered after this date will not be considered
- Photos must be your independent work, original and comply with The University of Manchester regulations
- The competition is open to all undergraduate students at The University of Manchester
- Winning entries will be announced 2 May 2019 at the Volunteer of the Year Awards.
There are 3 prizes up for grabs:
- Grand Prize - £400
- Second Place - £200
- Third Place - £100