Thomson Reuters Foundation si Nokia au lansat un concurs international de fotografie care vizeaza emanciparea femeilor.
The Thomson Reuters Foundation and Nokia have launched a new international photography contest aimed at empowering women around the world through the power of images. Photo entries will be submitted to the public vote and judged by a distinguished line-up of experts from the world of photography, journalism and women’s rights, including: Reuters Photographer and World Press Photo Winner Finbarr O’Reilly; Journalist, Author and Chime for Change Managing Editor Mariane Pearl, Thomson Reuters Foundation Editor-in-Chief Tim Large, and Nokia Imaging Technology Marketing Manager Kristina Bjorknas.
Ten finalists will be chosen from the pool of entries and asked to put the new Nokia Lumia 1020 to the test by using the smartphone to create a portfolio of photos that capture the empowerment of women.
The winner will receive the first Thomson Reuters Foundation–Nokia Photography Award
Submissions are open until February 11, 2014 and participants can enter the contest via the Thomson Reuters Foundation website, the Thomson Reuters Foundation Facebook page or via Talenthouse.com .
Entries will be submitted for the public to vote between February 12 and February 19.
The shortlisted candidates will be notified on March 5, and the winner will be announced on Wednesday, April 2.