There are only a few days left to register for the international poster competition “Draw me Abolition”! Organised by ECPM for 5 years, this new edition of the competition already welcomes 200 young participants, ready to commit themselves against the death penalty throughout the world.
On the occasion of the 18th World Day against the Death Penalty, 10 October 2020, young people from all over the world are invited to participate in the 5th edition of the “Draw me the Abolition” competition to design a poster against the death penalty.
The 50 best posters selected by an international jury will be exhibited in the participating countries and during the next Congresses against the death penalty organised by ECPM. A trilingual exhibition catalogue will also be published to highlight the creativity and commitment of young people.
Participation in the competition is free of charge and open to young people aged between 14 and 20 from all over the world. The registration form must be completed by a referent adult (teacher, educator, association leader, etc.) and returned by email to firstname.lastname@example.org before March 1st 2021.
The competition is organised by ECPM and the International Network for Abolition Education – RIEA (an informal grouping of associations (Algerian, German, Cameroonian, Congolese, French, Italian, Lebanese, Moroccan, Mauritanian, Taiwanese, Tanzanian and Tunisian) working to educate young people about the abolition of the death penalty by promoting the exchange of good practice and the development of collaborative educational tools at the international level.
The 5th edition of the competition already welcomes hundreds of participants from all over the world. Registration is still open until 1 March.
On your marks? Ready ? Go !
Click on the images to see some posters from the previous edition