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#UDHRat70: Rules of the Multimedia Competition

Rules of the UDHRat70 Multimedia Competition

  1. Eligibility requirements are non-negotiable. (This competition is open to all staff and students of the University of Pretoria excluding staff of the Centre for Human Rights (and their immediate family).
  2. The deadline for submissions is 30 September 2018
  3. No late submission will be considered.
  4. Submissions are online only and should be submitted through the submission function on the competition website.
  5. Submissions may be done in any of the 11 official South African languages.
  6. Submissions entered must not have been previously entered into other competitions.
  7. Submissions entered must not be entered into any other competition before the final results of the competition is announced.
  8. Structure as stated per category are to be adhered to at all times to ensure eligibility (please see Categroy descriptions below).
  9. Submissions entered into the competition must be the original work of the entrant.
  10. Entrants absolve the Centre for Human Rights of any copyright claims arising from the submission made.
  11. By virtue of making submissions, entrants agree to the Centre for Human Rights posting the submission or parts of it as part of an exhibition, on public platforms and used in any promotional materials.
  12. Shortlisted submissions per category will be announced on 15 November 2018.
  13. Winners will be notified in writing (email).
  14. The final results will be announced at the Human Rights Graduation Ceremony, which will be held on 7 December 2018, at the University of Pretoria.
  15. The Centre’s decision is final with respect to any aspect of the Competition, including the determination of any winner(s) of a prize and no correspondence will be entered into.

Eligibility

This competition is open to all staff and students of the University of Pretoria excluding staff
of the Centre for Human Rights (and their immediate family).
 

Submissions

  • University of Pretoria staff and students are invited to think creatively and submit a visual or oral representation that captures one of the UDHR rights. Prizes will be awarded to the winner and runner-up in each category.
  • Winner per category: An amount of R5 000 in cash.
  • Runner-up per category: An amount of R3 000 in cash.
  • A total of 8 prizes will be awarded.
  • Shortlisted submissions will receive a special mention.

Deadline

Submissions must be made fully online and all submissions must be made through the competition website before 30 September 2018. The winners will be announced at the Centre’s Human Rights Graduation Ceremony, on Friday 7 December 2018.

Categories

Category 1: Still image

Category 1 permits the submission of an originally produced visual still image, which may include but is not limited to:

  • Illustration
  • Photograph
  • Poster
  • Comic
  • Cartoon
  • Painting
  • Graffiti (photos of the graffiti that was originally created by the entrant)

NOTE: Each visual submission must include a short title, the right in the UDHR that is being addressed and a description not exceeding 100 words.

Category 2: Audio-visual performance / presentation

Category 2 permits the submission of an originally produced audio-visual performance or presentation /video, which may include but is not limited to:

  • Video
  • Animation
  • Theatre plays
  • Parody
  • Poetry recital (combined with originally produced moving images / video)
  • Reading of original piece (combined with originally produced moving images / video)
  • Music video (combined with originally produced music)
  • Choreographed performance
  • Sign language rendition

NOTE: Each submission must be in a standard video format (mov, avi, mpeg, wmv and mp4) and the length must not exceed 4 minutes. The submission must include a short title, the right in the UDHR that is being addressed and a description not exceeding 100 words.

Category 3: Audio/ Oral performance / presentation

Category 3 permits the submission of originally produced audio recording or presentation, which may include but is not limited to:

  • Performed audio drama
  • Parody
  • Poetry recital
  • Reading of original piece
  • Speech
  • Music
  • Podcast

NOTE: Each submission must be in a standard audio format (mp3, wav, wma) and the length must not exceed 4 minutes. The submission must include a short title, the right in the UDHR that is being addressed and a description not exceeding 100 words.

Category 4: Written submission

Category 4 permits the submission of originally produced written material, which may include but is not limited to:

  • Essay
  • Short story
  • Poem
  • Reflective diary

NOTE: Each submission must be addressed to your favourite human rights hero and must be in a standard word processing format (Microsoft Word) and must not exceed 1000 words. The submission must include a short title, the right in the UDHR that is being addressed and a description not exceeding 100 words.

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