Transparency International Youth Writing Competition: Corruption ruins people’s livelihoods – and even kills. However, this problem can be stopped. So we want to hear how you think corruption can be tackled with the following theme:
What can young people do to stop corruption?
What can you win?
Three prizes are up for grabs. The jury will select three winners and award each one of the following:
Youth Writing Competition - Eligibility
Whether you’re a student who loves to write or a paid contributor – everyone is encouraged to apply. In order to be an eligible participant of the youth writing competition, applicants MUST:
No fees are required.
Each entrant may submit a only one submission. All entrees must be sent electronically.
Maximum 600 words in English only.
By submitting an entry, the contestant confirms that he/she owns the right to all his/her written submissions and that the rights of persons included in his/her written submissions have not been violated.
The essays will be judged using the following criteria:
Here are a few tips to help you toward a successful submission:
The deadline for submissions is 1 July.
The winners will be announced on International Youth Day, 12 August and will receive a certificate.
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