The United Nations Office in Belarus, jointly with Minsk State Palace of Children and Youth, announced the Open National Contest of Creative Works "It's Your World Tomorrow," dedicated to the 70th Anniversary of the creation of the United Nations. In 2015, the world is celebrating the 70th Anniversary of the founding of the United Nations. Belarus was one of the founding members of the Organization.

The United Nations Office in Belarus, jointly with Minsk State Palace of Children and Youth, announced the Open National Contest of Creative Works "It's Your World Tomorrow," dedicated to the 70th Anniversary of the creation of the United Nations.

In 2015, the world is celebrating the 70th Anniversary of the founding of the United Nations. Belarus was one of the founding members of the Organization. The year 2015 is also remarkable as the actions taken in 2015 are expected to result in new sustainable development goals that build on the eight Millennium Development Goals.

The Contest is aimed at attracting public attention, especially youth, to sustainable development issues, integrate knowledge on sustainable development into education system, encourage students' creativity.

The Contest welcomes entries by the students (ranging in age from seven to eighteen years old) enrolled in the educational institutions of Belarus. This contest is held in the following categories: painting (drawing, collage, etc.), photography (collage, computer graphics), poems, songs, videos.

The works selected for the second stage by educational institutions, and the works by individual participants are accepted until September 30, 2015. The contest works should be submitted to the following address: Belarus, 220053, Minsk, Starovilensky Trakt 41, Minsk State Palace of Children and Youth, marked "Contest "It's Your World Tomorrow."

For more information, please contact Victor Radivinovski, Head of the UN Department of Public Information in Belarus, Phone: 327 38 17; Tatiana Snegireva, Head of the Exhibition Sector of the Minsk State Palace of Children and Youth, Phone: 233–89–29.

Contest Rules (in Russian)

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