Show Me Inclusion is a contest.
The idea is to show people with disabilities are the same as other people.
You can participate by sharing what inclusion means to you.
You can send a video, photos, audio, a sketch book or a story book here
Persons with disabilities have the right to be equal members of society. This is often not the case – in Europe and around the world. In developing countries – like Ethiopia or South Sudan – a young person with disability will often not have access to school, jobs or social life. Let’s show the world that it doesn’t have to be that way!Who?Everyone is invited to get creative and show us inclusion! Who?
We accept group submissions and especially encourage young people from 12 to 26 to take part.
How do I take part?
- Start by asking yourself what the inclusion of persons with disabilities means to you.
- Then, think about how this could be shown in a new and creative way that will reach many people all over the world. Make them laugh, make them cry, but most of all make them like inclusion!
- Next step, choose your favourite medium: video, photos, audio, story book, sketch book: whatever you prefer.
- Make sure your idea will respect the rules of the competition otherwise it might not be accepted.
- Start creating!
- After making sure your file is in an accepted format, go to the submission page, fill in the form with your personal information and upload your idea.
- Finally: Start sharing! Get all your friends to vote for your idea. Good luck!
- VOTE: At any time during the competition, you can look at other people’s submissions, get inspired, vote for your favourite ideas and share them with your friends.
Submissions will be accepted until Wednesday, 31th October 2012 at 23:59 CET.
The 10 submissions with the most votes, as well as further selected submissions will be given to an international jury composed of experts from film, sport, politics and the disability movement. They will select the best “Show me Inclusion” idea of all, which will be made public around the International Day for Persons with Disabilities, on 3rd December 2012.
What can I win?
The winning entry will be professionally produced and used worldwide as an awareness raising tool. If you live in an EEX partner country, you can also win other prizes (check out the pages for Austria, The Netherlands, Czech Republic and Slovakia).
We are very thankful for the support of: