Julia Stankiewicz wins the Grand Prize for the Social Justice Photography Competition 2018
The competition is part of the The University of Manchester's Ethical Grand Challenges programme which aims to help develop socially responsible graduates.
All undergraduate students at the university were invited to take part in the competition by submitting a photo and caption about an issue of social justice that matters to them.
A short list of 5 photos went through to a public vote on Instagram, Facebook and at an exhibition in University Place.
Over 2,800 students, staff and members of the public voted and the Grand Prize was awarded to Julia Stankiewicz from the School of Mechanical, Aerospace and Civil Engineering for her photo ‘Invisible.’
APPLICATIONS ARE NOW CLOSED FOR 2017/18 BUT WE WILL BE RUNNING THE COMPETITION AGAIN IN 2018/19
- 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
- Submit it – by emailing your photo (or a link to your photo) 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 Monday 16 April 2018 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 1 May 2018 at the Volunteer of the Year Awards.
There are 3 prizes up for grabs:
- Grand Prize - £400
- Second Place - £200
- Third Place - £100