UNESCO Global Design Contest for World Press Freedom Day 2016
Deadline: November 20, 2015 | Views: 70
UNESCO is currently inviting designers from all around the world to submit entries for World Press Freedom Prize 2016.
On World Press Freedom Day on the 3 May 2016, UNESCO wants to put a spot light on the importance of freedom of information and the need to creat a culture of openness and transparency by running a contest to create the global look for the visual identity of WPFD2016.
Theme of the contest: The global thematic of the WPFD 2016 is “This Is Your Right! Access to Information and Fundamental Freedoms”
The winning design must be adaptable to different formats including for usage on UNESCO website banner, social media networks, standing banner (roll-up banner), A3-ratio print poster, A4-size booklet, conference badges, and interview backdrop. It should also factor in that the final design will be made in the six official languages of UNESCO (English, French, Spanish, Arabic, Chinese, and Russian).
- Winner of the competition will be remunerated to create the “global look” for World Press Freedom Day 2016 for print and online uses.
- Honourable mention for the top 19 submissions. Selected submissions will be featured on UNESCO’s dedicated website for the Day.
Eligibility: The contest is open to all interested designers.
Application Process: Interested applicants can submit their designs via email. Please submit your design to [email protected]http://www.youthop.com/competitions/unesco-global-design-contest-for-world-press-freedom-day-2016http://www.youthop.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/UNESCO-Global-Design-Contest-for-World-Press-Freedom-Day-2016.jpghttp://www.youthop.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/UNESCO-Global-Design-Contest-for-World-Press-Freedom-Day-2016-150x150.jpgCompetitions