In addition to raising one’s intellect and stimulating the mind, writing and design competitions serve to enhance one’s network and net worth due to the prices attached to the same. The following exciting competitions should be considered by the young and old.
The Youth Connect Essay competition has been established with the thrust of utilizing the ingenuity and innovative-ness of the African youth in stimulating growth and development on the continent. The aim is to nurture in undergraduate learners the culture of contributing to national and global issues, and also providing policymakers with a handy perspective. The […]
THE CALL Referencing the various African Union Charters and policy instruments relevant to the sector as well as other documented pronouncements and actions by the African Union, and in line with the Theme the Year of the Arts, Culture and Heritage, interested parties are hereby called upon to submit for the 2021 Edition of the […]
Unicaf University is calling out to Zimbabwean young Bachelor degree holders to take part in our exciting essay competition:. Topic for essays “Is online learning the future of education?” The competition deadline is 25 June 2020 and applicants with the best three essays will win the following prizes: First prize: 500 USD Second prize: 300 USD Third prize: 200 USD […]
Deadline, May 10. In the run up to the 20th anniversary of the United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325 (UNSCR 1325 (2000)) Women In International Security (WIIS) and the Heinrich Böll Foundation Washington, DC are launching an international graduate student essay competition 1325AndBeyond. View more details and apply.
The 18th Annual Script Pipeline Screenwriting Competition connects talented writers with production companies, agencies, and managers who can help launch their career. As one of the longest-running and most successful screenplay contests, we focus specifically on finding emerging writers representation, supporting diverse voices, championing marketable, unique storytelling, and pushing more original projects into production. Click […]
To celebrate the Oxford Human Rights Festival, we are running an essay competition for all people ages of 11+ across the world. The theme for this essay competition is resilience, in line with the general theme of the festival, particularly focusing on resilience in circumstances of human rights abuse. By taking part in the OxHRF Essay competition you have a chance to share your thoughts and opinions with key players in the human rights field.