Calling Young Photographers Worldwide: Join the Safe Photography Project to End Violence Against Children

Opportunity for Photographers

Are you a budding young photographer passionate about making a difference? Here’s your chance to be part of a movement aimed at ending violence against children through the power of photography.The Safe Photography Project by the World Health Organization is seeking 12 talented young photographers to contribute to a high-profile immersive photo exhibition called Safe.

This exhibition will shed light on what feeling safe means to young people globally, providing a platform to positively disrupt perceptions of this critical issue affecting millions of children worldwide. Selected creators will not only have the opportunity to showcase their work at the prestigious Ministerial Conference but will also receive a stipend of $1250 and expert training to hone their skills and amplify their voices.

The project invites young photographers from all corners of the globe to submit their pitch by Friday, 19th April. Whether you’re passionate about street photography, portraiture, or documentary-style storytelling, this is your chance to share your unique perspective on the concept of safety.

Through your lens, you can contribute to the narrative surrounding violence against children and inspire change on a global scale. Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity to make a difference and showcase your talent to the world.

To learn more and submit your pitch, visit http://shorturl.at/aQU36. Join the Safe Photography Project and help #EndViolence against children while capturing the essence of safety through your powerful imagery.Let your photographs be the voice of change. Join the movement today.#EndViolence #SafePhotographyProject

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