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Libraries with a kick:

Poster competition of the Goethe-Institutes in Sub-Saharan Africa for the Football World Cup in South Africa with the IFLA Africa Section.

When and where was the first Football World Cup held? Who currently holds the title of the Women’s Football World Champion? Which soccer player was awarded “African Footballer of the Year” in 1990?

Answers to these and many other questions around soccer can be found in your library, as well as many exciting books about soccer.

During the Football World Cup 2010 in South Africa, many libraries will provide match results, background information about the teams and places where the games take place and even live screenings of the games.

Now it is your turn: Design a poster with a slogan that combines soccer and libraries – one where the theme soccer can be suitably used to promote libraries and their services.

You stand a chance to win an attractive prize!

This is how it works:

Send your design as a hardcopy or electronically to the Goethe-Institut in your country (refer to the list).

Each country selects the best three designs.

Terms of participation:

The poster designs must be submitted to the Goethe-Institut in the respective country, either electronically in ‘jpeg’ format or on A4 paper (210x297mm).

The following details of the sender must be included upon delivery: name, surname, age, postal address and if available, an email address, telephone and fax number.

Participation is open to people living in a Sub-Saharan African country.

Employees of the Goethe-Institut and their families are excluded from participation.

Deadline: 01.02.

For more information and application, see: Goethe Institutes Website

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