United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), in collaboration with Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, Government of India and Global Environment Facility has invited entries in (i) Logo & Tagline and (ii) Illustration competition, that focuses on showcasing livelihoods, conservation, sustainable use and restoration of high range Himalayan ecosystems.
The competition is a part of 'SECURE Himalaya', a project led by Government of India, in partnership with United Nations Development Programme and support from the Global Environment Facility, in the high altitude Himalaya to ensure conservation of biodiversity, land and forest resources, while enhancing the lives and livelihoods of local communities.
Theme: Protecting Wildlife, Preserving Landscapes and Empowering Communities in the High altitude Himalaya
Prizes for each category: For each category, first Prize will carry a Cash of Rs.50,000/- and the second prize will be a Trip to Project Landscape: Hemis National Park, Ladakh, Jammu, and Kashmir
The competition is open to all. Participants must be Citizens of India. Only original entries will be considered. Entrants must complete separate forms for more than one entry.
Pictures/designs must not have been published anywhere else. Copyright clearance for use of the art work (Logo & Tagline and Illustration) for the purpose of this event and its outcomes will be the responsibility of the entrant.
Winners will be required to supply hi-res print ready files which will be used for printing/reproducing.
Entry: Entries can be submitted latest by 31st October, 2018.
UNDP will have the copyright on all the entries submitted. By submitting an entry, the participant(s) agree(s) to transfer the intellectual property rights to UNDP.
Entrants can be asked to provide identity proof if required for the purposes of the competition. Winners will be required to carry out modifications/additions (if required) in the designs if chosen for production.
For any queries, mail at email@example.com
For details, visit, http://www.in.undp.org/ (‘Get Involved’ link)