Help us picture the future!

We’re running an artwork contest for young people on the theme of youth, skills and work – the focus of our forthcoming 2012 Education for All Global Monitoring Report. The winner’s work will be used in the report.

The contest is open to those aged 18 to 24, and the deadline is 1 April 2012. The first prize is a trip to Paris to participate in an event publicizing the artwork and meet with the GMR team. Full details on our web site.

The artwork should illustrate ideas linked to youth, education, skills and the world of work. Are young people leaving school with the skills they need to survive and thrive in society? How can we make sure that all young people – especially those who face disadvantages – get a chance to learn job skills?

Feel free to be inspired by these questions and our Youth, Skills, Work blog, where young people are debating these issues.

Be creative and express yourself in our artwork contest!

This entry was posted in Economic growth, Employment, Equality, Post-secondary education, Skills, Training, Uncategorized, Youth. Bookmark the permalink.

One Response to Help us picture the future!

  1. owadmission says:

    Great! I wish to participate but I am beyond the mentioned age group.

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