20/05/2016

Photo competition "Imagine Europe without Borders"

Participate in the Photo competition and win a trip to Brussels and photographic equipment up to 2000€


The European Socialist Group in the Committee of the Regions has launched its annual Photo competition under the theme "Imagine Europe without Borders". Amateur and professional photographers from 18 years old, resident in one of the 28 EU Member States, can send their photo depicting their interpretation of a "Europe without borders. Only one entry per participant is allowed. There will be three jury prizes and one awarded by the public.The public vote will take place between 19th and 30th September 2016. The three winners of the jury prizes will win a three-day trip to Brussels, Belgium, for two persons, together with photographic/electronic equipment. The public's choice winner will receive only photographic/electronic equipment worth up to EUR 500, composed of a maximum of 4 items. The award ceremony is scheduled to take place in the third week of October 2016.

Deadline: 30th June 2016, 23:00 CET.

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