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"Bob the Bunny's Cartoon Competition" - Volvo Adventure (UNEP)

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volvounepBob the Bunny's competition was aimed at young adventurers aged between 10 to 12 years old. To enter, children had to form teams of 1 to 3 members, identify a local environmental issue and create an A4 cartoon strip illustrating the issue and actions to be taken to solve it.

Ended: 29 February, 2012

21st International Children’s Painting Competition on the Environment

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Image 4janThe Competition is organized every year and has been held since 1991, receiving more than 3 million entries from children in over 100 countries.

The theme of this year's competition was “Green communities". The organizers invited children all over the world to submit their paintings to the UNEP office in their regions.

Ended: 29 February, 2012

UNESCO-UNEVOC Photo Competition 2012

Winners announced on the website

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unevoc-comp 8FebEvery working person brings their own set of skills to the workplace. Whether you were an amateur or professional photographer, UNEVOC asked you to capture the working environments in your country and send them your best pictures of the world of work!

The winner's gallery of UNESCO-UNEVOC's photo competition is now online. Out of over a thousand contributions, 54 photographs were selected. They will be featured in an upcoming milestone publication on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of UNESCO-UNEVOC’s establishment in 2012.

Ended: 9 March, 2012

Global art contest for children and youth (UNEP)

Winners exhibit on Youtube

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chemicalsThe Stockholm Convention celebrated its 10th anniversary in May 2011. On this occasion, the Secretariat of the Stockholm Convention organized a global art contest for children and youth.

The theme for the competition was "Stockholm at 10: Chemical Challenges, Sustainable Solutions" and what it means to young people around the world.

The contest was open to three art & media categories: drawing, photography and short videos. There were also three age categories: 5-10 years old; 11-15 years old; and 16-20 years old.

Ended: 16 March, 2012

Youth, skills and work - Art Contest

Winner announced on the website

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GMR ArtContest 8FebThe 2012 Education for All Global Monitoring Report examined how skills development programmes can improve young people’s opportunities for decent jobs and better lives.

Youth, skills and work – What skills do you need to create a better future? The artwork had to illustrate ideas linked to youth, education, skills and the world of work.

The winner, Khalid Mohamed Hammad Elkhateem, will receive a trip to Paris to participate in an event publicizing the artwork and meet the EFA Global Monitoring Report team. The artworks will be displayed in an online gallery around the time of the launch of the 2012 Report, and some will be used for the 2012 EFA Global Monitoring Report.

Ended: 1 April, 2012

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