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Deadline is 15 October, 2014

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peaceappPEACEapp is a global competition organized by the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations and the United Nations Development Program in collaboration with Build Up to promote digital games and gamified apps as venues for cultural dialogue and conflict management.

You are invited to submit your entry now. The competition is open to three kinds of entries: (i) digital games and gamified apps developed purposefully for this competition; (ii) already existing digital games, and (iii) creative re-purposing of existing digital games to meet the aim of PEACEapp.

Bordered by Borders

Deadline is 10 October, 2014

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borderedbybordersFar from the sea, the poorest landlocked countries of the world face many challenges but also offer rich cultural heritages and incredible natural landscapes. This year the United Nations will shine a spotlight on the diverse group of 32 landlocked developing countries and showcase their uniqueness through photography.

The best pictures will become part of the UN library and used for media materials that will be seen all over the world in the lead up to and during the United Nations Conference on Landlocked Developing Countries in Vienna this November.

'Smart Cities and Climate Change'

Deadline is 7 October, 2014

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ITU-challenge3The ITU have launched our third of several challenges this year, focused on ‘Smart Cities and Climate Change. The competition is open to 18-30 year-old young people from across ITU’s 193 member states.

Partnering with the World Health Organization (WHO) we are looking for innovative ideas on how information and communication technologies (ICTs) can help smart cities to slow down or mitigate the effects of climate change and thereby improve people’s health. This might include novel technologies or combinations of existing technologies, services, and systems which would shape a smart city. It may focus on monitoring or reporting on climate change, mitigating or adapting the impact of climate change on society, or on changes in technology and society that lead to a greener community.

OneMinutesJr - CRC@25 video challenge

Deadline is 15 September, 2014

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crc25-1minjrWhat do Child Rights mean to you? Tell UNICEF in a video!

As the 25th anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child approaches in November 2014, UNICEF want to hear from you. From declining infant mortality to rising school enrolment, more children are realizing their basic rights. But this historic milestone must also serve as an urgent reminder that there’s still a long road ahead. Too many children still don’t enjoy their full rights!

The OneMinutesJr video challenge is open to young people up to the age of 20. We’re asking you to get creative and produce a 60-second film (with title and credits) on a theme related to child rights.

Climate Action Photo competition

Deadline: 15 August 2014

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WMO-compThe World Meteorological Organization (WMO) is holding a photo competition for the 2015 WMO calendar and 2015 World Meteorological Day.

The theme is Climate Knowledge for Climate Action. Winning entries will feature in the WMO calendar and be showcased on WMO’s website and Flickr gallery, and be displayed at 2015 World Meteorological Day celebrations. There is no cash prize.

We are looking for photographs which illustrate our understanding of our weather and climate and our action to cope with natural climate variability, human induced climate change and related extreme events like heat-waves and floods. Examples include how we can use seasonal forecasts, prediction of El Niño/La Niña events etc. to improve food production, water management, disaster risk reduction and health outcomes; as well as action on climate change.

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