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The United Nations (UN) needs your help in translating critical public health messages into work that will engage and inform people across different cultures, languages, communities and platforms. The shortlisted work will reach everyone, everywhere.
BUDGET: Volunteer opportunity
ELIGIBILITY: Any creative, any medium, anywhere in the world over 18 (or the age of majority in your location)
DEADLINE: April 9, 2020 6:00 p.m. London (England) time
You have the power to change the world. The UN needs your help to stop the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).
We are living in unprecedented times. The World Health Organization (WHO) is leading and coordinating the global health response to coronavirus, helping to ensure all countries are ready to prevent, detect and respond to the pandemic. To be effective we need people everywhere to adopt public health precautions, act in solidarity, and prevent the spread of misinformation.
It is not too late. No one can do everything, but everyone can do something. Together, we can save lives, protect resources and care for each other.
The UN needs a range of creative solutions to reach audiences across different age groups, affiliations, geographies and languages.
A minimum of 10 pieces of work will be chosen by the Selection Panel. And in support of this global campaign, the Selected Creators will all:
Details of the Call
Use any creative medium to produce work that captures one of the coronavirus key messages below, in a clear, impactful and shareable way.
Find more information, inspiration and existing assets for each key message HERE
By submitting your work to this brief you agree to grant the UN, all supporters and else anyone who wants to share this positive message, permission to use your work. Anyone who uses the work will be asked to credit the creator (but we cannot guarantee this).
Share your work on social, tag @WHO @UN @UnitedNations @Talenthouse and use the hashtags: #CovidOpenBrief #UNCovid19Brief #FlattenTheCurve #SafeHands #AloneTogether #ViralKindness #StopTheSpread #Coronavirus #Covid19
Important To Know
The UN will continually review the submitted work and shortlist the most suitable work. All shortlisted work will be accessible to the UN and their supporters around the world, to use across all media platforms. The Selection Panel will select a minimum of 10 pieces of work from all shortlisted submissions. During the selection period, Talenthouse will reach out to those being shortlisted. You must respond to Talenthouse within forty-eight (48) hours or else you will forfeit all incentives. For the verification, you may be asked to provide the original files of your work and a scan of your ID and required to sign our Awardee Agreement.
A qualified submission is one which meets all the Terms & Conditions, Guidelines and Official Rules. The selection criteria is based on Creativity (40%), Originality (30%) and Overall Understanding of the theme (30%).
What to Submit
You can submit work in any of these file formats:
Please submit high resolution, layered files.
How to Submit
Submit ONLINE ONLY via the project website. Please read all instructions and terms carefully before entering.
QUESTIONS? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
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