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WOMEN EMPOWERMENT PHOTOGRAPHY CONTEST

18-Mar-2014 09:53 AM

In Women’s month, Aspire Woman Initiative is proud to officially announce its Photography Competition for Aspire Woman...

 

How to participate:

To enter the competition, you must submit a photograph taken by you along with a very short explanation of the photo, the photo should be related to a specific theme for women [International Women’s Day Celebration or National Women’s Day or Working Women you’re your photo represent challenges that women face in the society].

Send the photography along with the explanation to our official email: [aspire.woman@outlook.com] and mention your name, age, email, phone number, university and a link to your Facebook Account.

The Photographs will be uploaded to a photo album on our Facebook page for our fans to vote for the winning photo.

The Prize:

The winning photograph will be featured on our Facebook Page, Forum and other Aspire Woman Social Media Channels, any links to personal blogs, social media accounts will be credited.

And the first winner will receive and invitation to one of our private events.

Aspire Woman Team will also be selecting up to 10 other winning photos which will be featured in an article published on Aspire Woman Forum.

Winners will be decided after March, 15 2014

Rules:

You are a woman and member of Aspire Woman Community [University Leader, Team Leader, Member, Mentor or Mentee].

Participants entitled in this competition are persons whose age is at least 18 years old at the time of entry and have given necessary data to register.

Winning criteria:

60% - What the photograph represents and its explanation.

 40% -Fans/Followers Votes.

Terms & Conditions:

The contribution must have been created solely by the entrant.

You have a written acceptance agreement from the people you include in your photograph.

The entry cannot defame or invade publicity rights or privacy of any person.

Your photograph has not been submitted in any other contests and has not been selected as winning prize