Photo Campaign: 'World of Diversity'
12 March 2015
After the success of the ICV hosted International GreenVoice Photo Campaign over the last six years, ICV is delighted to announce the first International MigraLingua Photo Campaign on the team of âWorld of Diversityâ, 'different yet the same'. This is an opportunity for photographers to promote and enhance their work while highlighting and honoring the differences in our diverse global society. Selected photographs will be displayed in different exhibition spaces in Geneva, Switzerland, and other key international cities.
Send us your creative solutions and personal perspectives on human diversity, specifically:
Theme: Diverse Global Society: we are all different yet still the same
This call is an opportunity for photographers to advocate on any issue relating to the differences seen within our patchwork society and testify to photographyâs power to tell a multi-dimensional story from a local level to an international audience. This is your chance to exhibit your talents through creative photography to share with the world your perspective.
Along with your photographs make sure to include your name, country of origin, title of your works and a short description. Send them with the subject line âPhotos a World of Diversityâ to migralingua [at] icvolunteers.org
Whether you are a professional, amateur, or simply like to take photographs, we will evaluate your work based on relevance, originality and ability to communicate your visions.
ICVâs MigraLingua is a program for the linguistic accompaniment of migrants who have arrived in a country where they do not master the local language. By agreeing to participate in this campaign, ICVolunteers reserves the right to publish all photos received in our various communication tools and on the MigraLingua website. As always, we will credit the work of the photographer.
To learn more about MigraLinguaâs ongoing work visit www.migralingua.org
To learn more about ICVâs previous Photo Campaigns visit www.greenvoice.info/activities
Posted: 2015-3-12 Updated: 2015-9-11