General Theme: How can we preserve biodiversity?
2020 Special Theme: How can we respond to Covid crisis?
CSR Student Competition is aimed at raising early awareness of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) among young people.
The theme above will enable students to foster students’ imagination and build their early awareness initiated to the field of CSR, as well as show their analytical, creative and problem solving skills. Candidates are invited to use one of the themes to outline their thinking, and exercise their creative and analytical skills to see how we should preserve ourselves / our planet.
The general theme is made at reflecting on one of our global challenges in light of the forthcoming COP15 on Biodiversity which is planned to be held in Kunming in 2021. The special theme is made under the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, which is another unprecedented global challenge at the moment, touching every community in every nation of the world.
The competition is freely opened to all students studying in China, regardless of their locations and grades. Winners will be awarded with prizes and invited to join our CSR Awards ceremony.
Prizes will be given in two or three categories depending on the age of students and total number of applications.
CSR Art Competition
Artwork can be in any medium, for example, students may choose to use photography, painting, drawing, digital design, sculpture, textiles or collage.
Maximum Size: A3 format
Format: High Definition JPG picture and original artwork should be submitted to Nanjing EUCCC Office
Deadline: 15th October, 2020 (Thursday)
Announcement of Winners: shortlisted students will be notified one week before the event in November 2020.
Submission: email to Annie Zhou at firstname.lastname@example.org entitled ‘2020 Student CSR Art Competition’
Note: There is no limit for number of artworks.
Enquiries: contact Annie Zhou at 025-83627330 ext. 0 or the above email