Entries should reflect themes of courage and leadership in combating corruption, especially through promoting transparency, accountability and the Rule of Law, and of human rights and/or anti-corruption generally.Each winning entry will be awarded CA$1,000.
The contest is open to all artists. Entries will be accepted from individuals, collaborative teams or design firms. Entry is free. The winner receives a $1,000 cash prize.
You may submit your own original, unpublished poem in English, maximum of 40 lines on one side of A4.Entry fees: £4 per poem or £10 for 3 poems and £2 per poem thereafter.Prizes:1st £1,0002nd £3003rd £200
The aim of this contest is to show the reality of people with some kind of disability. Entry is free.The overall winner will receive a cash prize of € 1,500.
The competition provides you the opportunity to design carpets.Entry is free. 1st Prize: 1,977 € + 989 € Carpet credits + your own design in production.
The competition is open to anyone aged 18 and over. The poem/s may be on any subject; 40 lines of text maximum, no minimum. The first poem submitted costs £7.50. Subsequent entries in the same submission cost £5 per poem. The 1st prize winner will receive £2000.
The competition is open to design students, graphic designers, plastic artists, photographers and graphic producers in general, of any age and nationality. Entry is free.
Professional and non-professional photographers of all ages are eligible to enter.Entry fees: single image – $15, 3 images – $25.1st, 2nd and 3rd place will share $10,000 in grant awards to create projects that explore their interpretations of humanity.
Entries must be a single essay of 2,000 to 5,000 words, written in English. Essays can be on any non-fiction subject. The entry fee is AU$25. The winner will receive AU$5,000. The runner-up will receive AU $2,500