This year’s Social Justice Competition is now open and it’s a great way to highlight a social justice issue that’s important to you.
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 for the first time this year, postgraduate taught students.
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.
How to enter
1. Choose a topic – a social justice issue that’s important to you
2. Take your photograph – you can use a phone, tablet, analogue camera, digital camera or anything else you can think of
3. Edit your photo – if you want to, or you can just leave it as it is
4. Write up 100 words and give your photo a title – explain why the issue is important to you
6. Submit everything – email your photo (or a link to your photo), your image release form and 100 words to email@example.com with the subject line ‘Social Justice Photography Competition.’ Make sure to include your name, student number and the title of the photo in the email.
For more information about the competition and to get some inspiration form last year’s entries visit the Social Justice Photography Competition website.
The competition closes on the Friday 5 March 2021