Justice Literary Writing Competition

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A celebration of young people's creativity in writing and passion for social justice, human rights and eco-justice.

How to enter:

Students are invited to submit a piece of creative writing (can include a short story, poem, speech, opinion piece, feature article, a video, a script, song or song lyrics etc) that has a focus on issues of social justice, including Aboriginal justice, refugees and people seeking asylum, climate change, homelessness, mental health, gender equality and bullying.

Written material should be 500-1000 words and audio-visual material should be 3-5 minutes in length.

Entries will be judged in two categories (Years 8-9 and Years 10-11).

There are exciting prizes to be won for the students and their school, including gift vouchers from The Children's Bookshop Beecroft and Dymocks, signed books by Melina Marchetta and books from Harper Collins Publishers.

Competition Closes: Friday 10 August 2018

Send your entry to arts@erc.org.au. Please include a cover page with your name, school, Year level and title of your work.

For more information contact Marisa on (02) 8762 4200 or arts@erc.org.au.

Download competition flyer here.


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