4th Edition of Sea of Words Literary Competition

 

The European Institute of the Mediterranean (IEMed) and the Anna Lindh Foundation (ALF) are launching of the 4th Edition of the Sea of Words Literary Competition.
4th Edition of Sea of Words Literary Competition
This competition encourages the production of short stories that portray the different realities of the Euro-Mediterranean region from the point of view of the young people who live there.

This year, in the framework of the European Year for volunteering activities that promote active citizenship and in line with the objectives of the campaign “Believe in Dialogue, Act for Citizenship” launched by the Anna Lindh Foundation ( www.euromedalex.org) , the competition’s theme is Participation, Citizenship and democracy in the Mediterranean and in Europe .

The content should be related to the promotion of active citizenship, social cohesion, freedom and democracy.
Applicants must be under 30 years of age and residents in one of the forty-three countries of the Union for the Mediterranean.
The short stories should be written in one of the languages of the countries of the Union for the Mediterranean.

Works should be submitted by e-mail before midnight (Spain Local Time) on the 31st of July 2011.

 



For more information:
www.iemed.org/seaofwords/2011
concurso@iemed.org


 

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