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Photo Contest: Peace in Young People's Eyes
an article by Ana Afonso

CEIPES (Centro Internazionale per la Promozione dell'Educazione e lo Sviluppo) is launching a photo contest on the framework of the International Day of Peace, that is 21st September. The contest is organized within the framework of the project "Learning by seeing, seeing by doing"



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"Learning by seeing, seeing by doing" is a training and networking activity of the Youth in Action programme, in the form of a job-shadowing exchange and advocacy project.

The main aim of the photo contest is to creates a space where young people can freely and creatively expresstheir ideas and opinions about peace.

Posted photographs will be exhibited in an exhibition entitle "Peace in Young People's Eyes" the 21st September 2011 (and for one week), in Palermo, Italy. If you are interested to participate please see the accompanying discussion for the regulations.



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The winning photos may be found at the following internet address:http://www.facebook.com/media....&type=3


This report was posted on August 4, 2011.