Organization for Economic Co-operation andDevelopment (OECD) is seeking applicants for Global youth video competition. An all expenses-paid trip to Paris, France to attend the OECD Forum on 28-29 May 2013 will be offered. The Prize will be awarded to three winning videos selected by Jury. If a winning video is a group effort, then a nominated representative will be invited to Paris. Topics for the challenge will be-
- Think differently: how would you shape tomorrow’s global economy?
- What are the key issues that you think must be factored into building a more inclusive world?
Video must be-
- video must be no more than 3 minutes in length.
- Any spoken language used in video that is not English or French must be accompanied by the relevant subtitles in English or French.
- video must not contain violence, profanity, sex or direct attacks on individuals or organizations. Any entries deemed offensive will be immediately disqualified.
- video must be applicant’s own original creation – no copyrighted music, video, sounds or images may be used without prior, full permission from the author(s) of said copyrighted music, video, sounds or images that applicant wish to include.
- video must not infringe on any third party rights.
- video must not have been produced for compensation or posted previously on any OECD Web page.
- To be eligible for prizes, applicant must be aged 18-25 years during the period of this competition (17 December 2012 to 2 April 2013). That means applicants must have been born on or between 15 December 1986 and 1 April 1995. Proof of identity will be required from all finalists.
- If applicants are a member of OECD staff (either permanent or temporary, current or former), intern, contractor, sponsor, or an immediate family member of any of the foregoing, they may participate, but are not eligible to win.
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