Following the success of our Salonika Remembers and Greece Remembers programmes, and the winning entries submitted by students in Greece in the respective competitions of 2017–18 and 2019–20, we are delighted to announce our new collaboration with Never Such Innocence, the British Embassy and the Museum for Macedonian Struggle, and invite students throughout Greece to take part in Never Such Innocence’s new international competition.
Never Such Innocence Competition 2020–21
The theme of this year’s competition is The Unheard Voices of Conflict: Stories from Around the World, which we are dedicating to the bicentenary anniversary of the Greek Revolution of 1821.
To enter the competition, share your reflections on conflict or give a voice to those who may not have one. For inspiration, consider the questions below to explore the theme:
- Who? This could be a conflict that has affected you/your family, or you could bring to light someone else’s story.
- What? Conflict comes in many forms. What conflict affects you?
- When? You can look at a historical or current conflict. On the occasion of the bicentenary of the Greek Revolution of 1821, we invite you to be inspired by this important milestone in the history of Greece.
- Why? New voices and perspectives are important if we are to understand the true impact of conflict.
The competition is open to young people aged 9–18 and has four categories: Poetry, Art, Speech and Song.
Every single participant will receive a special personalised Certificate of Commendation.
How to take part
Taking part is simple and you can submit your entries electronically.
The competition closes on Friday 19 March 2021.
For further information, please contact Chrysoula Melidou:
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