Seameo Innotech PHOTO CONTEST

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http://www.seameo-innotech.org/SEAtoolkit/index.php/photo-contest

‘Building a Shared Southeast Asian Identity’ is the theme of the photo contest organised by Seameo Innotech. It aims to promote awareness of a shared Southeast Asian identity and to help build up teaching-learning resources.

There are three categories for entries: Culture, Politics, Economy.The contest is open to all Southeast Asian citizens and the the first prize winner will receive $500.

Deadline for entries: 15 June 2013

 

What is the Photo Contest all about?

SEAMEO INNOTECH launched the Weaving Identities: A Teacher Toolkit Towards a Southeast Asian Community that contains teaching-learning resources to help develop the core value of Southeast Asian-ness (shared Southeast Asian heritage) as well as respect for the diversity of the region. Through the photo contest, SEAMEO INNOTECH aims to promote awareness of a shared Southeast Asian Identity, and enjoin everyone to contribute in building up the teaching-learning resources.

What are we looking for?

With the theme, Building a Shared Southeast Asian Identity, SEAMEO INNOTECH will select photos that will depict a shared Southeast Asian identity for the three categories: Culture, Politics, and Economy. The Southeast Asian identity, in this context, is the product of the interactions among the peoples of Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Timor-Leste, and Vietnam. Images may highlight commonalities within the region, forms of linkages, and/or differences.

Who can send entries?

The contest is open to all Southeast Asian citizens except SEAMEO INNOTECH regular staff of the Solutions Development Unit, ERIO Manager, and the two (2) SEAMEO INNOTECH judges.

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