Participants should select a minority human rights issue in Sri Lanka and make a video recorded presentation in the form of a speech, TED-talk, documentary video, voiced slide show, casual talk or any other creative forms of speech. The topic should be adequately researched and factual.
(Video Length: 300 seconds)
Participants below the age of 18, consent of parent/guardian is needed in addition to the participant’s consent.
Register by: 15th August 2020
Submit by: 15th August 2020
Results will announced on 1st September 2020
Participants will get their unique ID Number once registered.
Printed Certificates will be sent to all participants.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
This contest is open for young people of Sri Lankan origin between age 16-23 of all nationalities, residing outside Sri Lanka.
Winning submissions will be published in the PRG website and social media with the consent of participant. For participants below the age of 18, consent of parent/guardian is needed in addition to the participant’s consent for participating and publishing.
Registration must be made online by 12 p.m. on the 15th of August 2020. Submissions should be made by the 14th of August in English.
All participants will be provided with a unique reference number upon registration. Submissions from unregistered participants will not be admitted.
Obscene/derogatory language or insults will not be tolerated.
The recorded video submission should be sent by WhatsApp to no +447401018964, by google drive link, or by email to email@example.com with the following details: Name. your reference number and a statement that the submission is an original production of the participants.
Participants are prohibited from sharing their videos with anyone other than the organizer until the final results are announced.
Any participant who violates the terms and conditions of the contest will be disqualified.
The decisions of the organizer with regard to any matter pertaining to this contest will be final. The organizer is not obliged to provide any justification or explanation for their decisions.
This contest is conducted with the bona fide intention of developing the talents and awareness of young people. While the organizers will make every effort to ensure data security, they do not take responsibility for breaches or unintended consequences beyond their control.