Thursday, June 13, 2019

Global Youth Video Competition 2019, Chile (Fully Funded to Chile)

Global Youth Video Competition 2019 is available for application. We don’t always think about nature, but it is essential for all life on earth, including human life. Healthy soils, forests, rivers and oceans, biodiverse habitats and ecosystems and a good climate are very important for providing a planet which can successfully support human society. Further, the ways we grow our food, the increase in cities and the waste we produce are all harming the planet’s natural systems and reducing the earth’s ability to support human society. By protecting the earth’s climate, biodiversity, forests, habitats, land, and oceans we can also help make human society more resilient and prosperous.

Hence, GEF-UNDP Small Grants Programme invites youths to submit a 3-minute short video and win a chance to be a reporter at the UN Climate Conference in Chile in December 2019. Entrants may submit the videos in three categories:
  •  Land
  • Biodiversity
  • Climate
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  • The grand prize winner of the short video competition will win an opportunity to cover the UN Climate Conference in Chile in December 2019. Further, the winner will get Round-trip travel to UN Climate Conference COP 25 in Chile in December 2019
  • Assignment as a youth reporter to assist with videos, articles and social media posts from the COP
  • Winning and finalist films are shown at UN Secretary-General’s Climate Summit in New York in September
  • You must be between 18 and 30 on the closing date
  • Your video must be a maximum of three minutes
  • Your video must be in English or have English subtitles
  • You must be free and available to travel to Chile in December 2019
  • Your entry form and video must be received by 11pm GMT, 28 July 2019
View full details of the Global Youth Video Competition video competition.

How to Apply:
  • Choose your category
  • Get people to help
  • Complete entry form
  • Send your video
  • Public voting
28 July 2019