Hope you all had a wonderful summer! As we gear up for the fall, we are excited to announce our first ever World Food Day photo contest. Every year, people around the world come together to declare their commitment to creating a world free from hunger and malnutrition on October 16th. World Food Day celebrates the creation of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) on 16 October 1945 which was built upon "it's belief that the goal of freedom from want of food, suitable and adequate for the health and strength of all people can be achieved."
Join us in our commemoration this year by submitting original photos depicting what global hunger and food security means to you. Please include a brief description of the photo submission including details of when and where it was taken. In addition to other festivities we are planning for October 16th (mark your calendars), we hope that this photo contest will bring to our attention the global struggle against hunger and malnutrition as well as highlight the achievements in food security and agricultural development. We also hope that this will ignite great discussions on how we can work together to create lasting solutions to these injustices.
The photo contest is open to anyone living in the Chicago area.
2. Number and Format of Submissions
If you meet the eligibility requirements you may submit up to three photographs. Each photo must be submitted in format. Your photographs may be black-and-white or color. If you submit more than one photo, please make sure to number the photos accordingly.
3. Subject Matter
The only subject matter restriction is that your photo or photos capture an experience or record an observation depicting global hunger.
4. Application Process and Deadline
The photo submissions should be submitted online by Thursday October 11th 2014 to email@example.com. You can also submit your photos via Facebook or twitter by tagging us.
3 top submissions will be chosen by a panel of judges after a round of online voting. Prizes will be announced very soon.
6. Important Advisory
All submissions may be used by the Chicago Oxfam Action Corps for display and circulation (with attribution to the photographer).
7. Further Information.
If you have any additional questions please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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