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CGHR Photography Competition

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The CGHR is pleased to announce: ‘A Thousand Words: Human Rights Through the Photographer’s Lens’. In our first annual photography competition the CGHR invites students across the University of Cambridge to submit their most compelling images fitting the theme of human rights. We are particularly interested in photographs that challenge ideas about human rights across the world, those that celebrate human potential and encourage debate. Are you an aspiring Photographer? Are you passionate about documentation of human rights issues? This is your chance to have your work exhibited on the CGHR website.

Entrants can submit one photo series, containing no more than 5 individual photographs.

The judges will choose from these photos and may only include selected images from each series in the final exhibition. Judging panel to be confirmed.

The competition is open to all undergraduates and postgraduates at the University of Cambridge. Photos will be submitted via cam.ac.uk email as lower res files for judging and then the winners will need to bring the original files on a USB to the CGHR .

For further information, please be in touch with Eva Namusoke: enn21@cam.ac.uk.

The deadline for submissions is Friday 13 June. All the submissions should be sent to cghr@polis.cam.ac.uk with the subject CGHR Photography Competition

This talk is part of the Centre of Governance and Human Rights Events series.

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