Imagine the impact of millions of Scouts working towards the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals for our world. Capturing this in photos will create a lasting record of this for generations to come! Enter the contest now to have your photos shared around the world.
The Asia-Pacific Region of World Scouting have announced that the 17th APR Scout Photo Contest 2019 is now open with “Scouts for SDGs” as the theme.
Scouts and leaders across the Asia-Pacific Region are invited to enter the contest by sending photos of Scouts in action to raise awareness of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). These are the Goals set by the United Nations as a roadmap for our future, and incorporate 169 targets for ensuring a better world for all. The Goals address poverty, hunger, education, health, equality, clean energy, climate action, the environment and more.
Last year, the World Organization of the Scout Movement took our commitment one step further by unveiling the “Scouts for SDGs” – an unprecedented mobilization that aims to engage 50 million Scouts to make the world’s largest coordinated youth contribution to the Goals by 2030.
All entries must be endorsed by Scouts Australia and will be judged by a panel of high profile international photographers.
Entries must be 300ppi and received as a .jpeg file attached to an email (not embedded in the email), or an online cloud storage link (Google or Dropbox), to firstname.lastname@example.org containing the following information:
You are welcome to submit as many entries as you like, but they must be submitted on separate emails.
At the end of the competition, six winners will be announced: One Gold, two Silvers, and three Bronzes. Awards will be presented at a major regional event and the winning entries will be featured in regional publications including the 2020 APR Wall calendar and posters.
Deadline for submission to Scouts Australia for endorsement is Wednesday the 24th April 2019.
Entries are not returned and the right to use the photos for publication and exhibition belongs to the World Scout Bureau Asia-Pacific Support Centre and Scouts Australia.