Changing World – Young People’s Photographic Competition 2015 (£2,000 in prizes)

Changing World – Young People’s Photographic Competition 2015 (£2,000 in prizes)

Deadline: December 9, 2014

The Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) is now accepting entries for its third photographic competition, as they celebrate 50 years of supporting world-class social science research. The 2015 Changing World photographic competition will examine how the world has changed over the last 50 years, how will it continue to change and what social sciences can tell us. The Awards ceremony and exhibition will take place at the Menier Gallery, London, from 9-14 March 2015.

Can you capture one aspect of the changing world in a single image? Do you have an interest in photography or the social sciences? If so, then this competition is for you. The competition offers six diverse categories for you to enter, ranging from the family to technology to the environment.

About

In 2015, the ESRC celebrates 50 years of supporting world-class social science research. Over the last 50 years our research has helped change the world, providing deep insights into key social and economic questions.

Social science research plays a vital role in our society. From big ideas to the most detailed observations, social science affects us all every day – at work, in school or college, within our communities, when exploring our identities and expressing our beliefs.

As part of our 50th anniversary celebrations, this year’s photographic competition will examine how the world has changed over the last 50 years, how will it continue to change and what social sciences can tell us.

Prizes

  • £2,000 of prizes to be won

Eligibility

  • This competition is open to 14 to 18 year olds
  • You must have an interest in photography or the social sciences
  • Your images should convey how you think the world has changed or will continue to change.

How to Enter

For more information, visit Changing World Photographic Competition.

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