You must be between the ages of 18-29 years;
Videos must be a maximum of two minutes in length;
Videos which are not in one of the three official languages of the ILO (English, French or Spanish), must include subtitles in one of the ILO’s official languages. Videos without narrations (silent videos) are also accepted.
You must send the link of your video via email firstname.lastname@example.org and provide your name, age and nationality;
Deadline for submission is 10 April 2012 at 23:59 (GMT).
The ILO has launched a video contest for young people (from 18-29 years) on how the global jobs crisis is affecting them and their communities. Three winners will be offered an all expenses paid trip to Geneva, Switzerland to present their videos at the ‘Youth Employment Forum’ which takes place at the International Labour Organization (ILO) on 23-25 May 2012.
Here’s an opportunity to share with the world and with other young people like YOU, just how the global employment crisis has affected you, your friends, your family or community.
Your ideas, your story, your views
Use creativity and originality to describe (by video) how the youth employment crisis has affected you or your community. Are you having trouble transitioning into the job market? Have you lost your job or are you struggling to find one? Do you work under poor conditions? Share your thoughts and suggest an innovative idea…
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