Apply for the On going UNESCO’s If I were Global Youth Video/Photo Contest Participation guidelines

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What would your life be like if you were somebody else? 


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Have you ever imagined stepping into someone else’s shoes? What if that person was living next door? How would you feel? How would you react to a given situation?

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Through this contest, you can choose who you would like to be: you can choose to be anyone from your prime minister to your next door baker, and this only with a simple camera.

“If I were…” invites you to experiment with somebody else’s life through a video (1 minute maximum) or a powerful photo made by yourself to illustrate your feelings if you were this person. Change your perspective and express yourself differently. A life-experience that you will never forget! Submission deadline : 12 March 2017.

The 10 winners will get:    

  1. 1 mini iPad
  2. 1 invitation to the “Second International Conference on Youth volunteering and dialogue: Preventing violent extremism and strengthening social inclusion” at UNESCO, in Paris, 12-14 April 2017 (travel and accommodation paid by UNESCO)

  3. An international recognition and exposure of your work on UNESCO’s website
  4. Win the contest and receive your award on stage during the exceptional prize-giving ceremony of the Conference.

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Check the participation guidelines here …, also available in French

If I were…

Global Youth Photo/Video Contest

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What would your life be like if you were somebody
else? Have you ever imagined stepping into
someone else’s shoes? What if that person was
living next door? How would you feel? How would
you react to a given situation?
Through this contest, you can choose who you
would like to be: you can choose to be anyone from
your prime minister to your next door baker, and
this only with a simple camera.

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“If I were…” invites you to experiment with
somebody else’s life through a video film (1 minute
maximum) or a powerful photo made by yourself to
illustrate your feelings if you were this person.
Change your perspective and express yourself
differently.
A life-experience that you will never forget! 

The 10 winners will get: 

1 invitation to the “SecondInternational Conference on Youthvolunteering and dialogue: Preventingviolent extremism and strengtheningsocial inclusion”at UNESCO, in Paris, 12-14 April 2017(travel and accommodation coveredby UNESCO)
An international recognition andexposure of your workon UNESCO’s website


Win the contest and receive your award on stage during the exceptional prize-giving ceremony of the Conference!


Participation guidelines How to proceed

Step 1. Think about a person different from you,
from a different cultural or social background. Pick
someone that you know or invent a character that
you could meet in your neighborhood, your city or
country.
Step 2. Conduct research (interviews, on the web,
reading, etc.) to understand, without being
judgmental, her or his context.

Step 3. Take a digital camera or a mobile phone
and use your creativity and flexibility to show your
capacity to empathize in such a situation through a
powerful photo or a video (1 min-maximum). Put
your character in an everyday situation and reflect
her/his feelings through a meaningful visual art
expression. The narrative, if any, should be in
English, French, Spanish or Arabic. If you are among
the winners, you will have to subtitle your video in
English.

Step 4. Fill up the application in which you will
attach your photo or video link. 

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Don’t forget that your photo or video must
comply with the international copyrights and
authors’ regulations that UNESCO promotes. 

If you are to be selected, a permission rights form will have


to be completed and signed by you, allowing
UNESCO to use your material.
You have total creative freedom. However, you
must keep in mind the international position of
UNESCO and avoid any specific reference which
might counter the values promoted by the
Organization. See more about UNESCO’s values on
UNESCO’s website

Who can join?

If you are between 21 and 30 years old, then you are
eligible to participate.

Note: All national or private institutions,
organizations, and civil society networks working
with Youth such as the UNESCO Associated Schools–
ASPnet, UNESCO Clubs, UNITWIN and others, are
welcome to encourage their members to participate
in the Contest.

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Why is UNESCO launching this
contest?

As lead agency in the United Nations system for the
International Decade for the Rapprochement of
Cultures (2013-2022), UNESCO aims to promote
“intercultural competencies1
” as driving forces for
reconciliation, respect and understanding between
peoples. Intercultural competencies are skills and
abilities which help us to embrace cultural diversity
and skillfully interact with the diverse people
composing our world.
The concept of If I were…. Which is seeing life
through somebody else’s eyes is an exciting way to
develop empathy and flexibility, and to take a step
towards others. By living such an experience, you 

envisage new realities and new rationales; you help
fight prejudice. As a result, you develop some
intercultural competencies.
The contest is launched globally in cooperation with
the King Abdulaziz Center for National Dialogue
(KACND) through the King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz
International Programme for a Culture of Peace and
Dialogue, which has been set within the framework
of the International Decade for the Rapprochement
of Cultures (2013-2022). 

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