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Social Justice Photography Competition 2020

Is there a social issue that you think needs more attention? Something you would like to increase awareness of? If so, why not enter this year’s Social Justice Photography Competition.

You can raise awareness of a social issue that matters to you, and be in with a chance of  winning up to £400. The competition is open to all undergraduates and photographs can be taken on any device – phone, tablet or camera. Once you have your photograph all you need to do is give it a title and write 100 words explaining why your chosen social issue is important.

You then submit your entry by email to egc@manchester.ac.uk

The deadline for entries is Friday 6 March 2020, and winners will be announced at the Volunteer of the Year Awards in May.

If you need a little inspiration take a look at some of last years shortlisted entries;

For more information about the competition and the rules of entry visit the Social Justice Photography Competition website.

The competition is part of the University’s Ethical Grand Challenges, and don’t forget that  the Social Justice Challenge, the Ethical Grand Challenge for second year undergraduates is now open.

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