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Transparency International announces global photo contest Capture Corruption. The deadline for submissions is 12 June 2015. The winners will be announced in July 2015.
Illustrate the negative effects that corruption has on your world.
What can you win?
There will be three winners in each of the two categories, plus the chance for runners up to have their work published on both the Transparency International and Thomson Reuters Foundation websites.
The two age categories are: (1) 18-30 years old* and (2) 31 years old and older.
The jury will award three winners in each category:
1st prize: A paid trip to Malaysia to participate in the 16th International Anti-Corruption Conference (2-4 September 2015) and participation in a Thomson Reuters Foundation Photo Journalist course. The all-expenses paid course will combine theory with practical work, and a focus on building a portfolio worthy of publication on the Reuters news wire.
2nd prize: €500
3rd prize: €250
The photographic work of all winners and seven runners-up in each category will be published on the Transparency International website and the Thomson Reuters Foundation website.
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