Batas waktu: 14 Agustus 2013
Syarat: must be a One Young World 2013 confirmed Delegate or Returning Ambassador.
Awards: lace as a Delegate Speaker at One Young World which offers a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to take the stage and share your views with the Summit.
The 2013 Do Better Challenge Essay Competition is now open!
Last year we challenged One Young World Delegates to tell world leaders how they could do better. Delegates wrote letter-style essays to CEOs, politicians and other influential leaders highlighting a single problem and outlining a tangible solution.
This year, the winner of the Do Better Challenge will present their essay to the entire One Young World Summit as a Delegate Speaker and will also get a FREE Returning Ambassador spot for Dublin 2014 as well as having their essay published in a major news outlet.
Have a look at last year’s winning essay and shortlisted entries for some information:
- Educational challenges in Africa and possible solutions – Elizabeth Achieng Isaac
- Female foeticide and infanticide in India – Namrata Poddar (Winner)
- Oil and mining extraction in Ecuador, its effects and possible solutions – Jorge Andres Espinosa Estrella
- Social-oriented financial systems, the solution to the global crisis – Ulyana Shtybel
- Transitioning subsidies away from the fossil fuel industry – Parker Liautaud
The judging panel of Sir Bob Geldof, Fatima Bhutto, John Simpson and Kate Robertson unanimously found Namrata Poddar’s entry to be the winner. Her essay was published in the Huffington Post and presented at the 2012 Summit.
Eligibility for entry:
Applicants must be a One Young World 2013 confirmed Delegate or Returning Ambassador.
Essays must be submitted to email@example.com by midnight (BST) on August 14th 2013.
You must focus your essay to one of the following topics:
- Global Business
- Human Rights
- Leadership & Government
- Sustainable Development
- Youth Unemployment
All essays must be submitted in English.
The essay will be written as a letter to a CEO or Head of State of your choice. You will tell them about something they are doing wrong and suggest a concrete way for them to address this. You must attach a cover page including the title of essay; full name; country representing; sponsor and a synopsis of the essay.
You should write 1500 – 1800 words. Cover page, references, bibliography, appendix and tables (if needed) are not included in your word count. There is a 10% score penalty for not adhering to word count specification.
- A place as a Delegate Speaker at One Young World which offers a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to take the stage and share your views with the Summit
- A free Returning Ambassador spot at the One Young World 2014 Dublin Summit
- The essay or an adaptation will appear in a mainstream publication
Shortlisted essays will be read by One Young World Counsellors and Co-founders.
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