The “BRIGHTS Awards: best digital story on Global Citizenship topics” have been launched!
Are you wondering what is it about? It is the contest launched by the BRIGHTS Consortium with the purpose of selecting the best digital stories produced by youngsters during the project.
The students will be supported by their teachers or trainers in the production of their digital stories on Global Citizenship Education topics such as sustainable development and lifestyle, social inclusion and cultural diversity, gender equality, peace and human rights, active citizenship and democracy.
The Awards are addressed to project participants in Belgium, Croatia, Greece and Italy: young people who have participated in workshops on digital storytelling supported by their teachers or trainers. If you are one of them find out how to apply for the BRIGHTS Awards.
By submitting their digital story to the BRIGHTS Awards, young participants will have the opportunity to be selected as national winner. Four national winners will be selected in each project country (Belgium, Croatia, Greece and Italy). An International Jury will then choose one national winner per country and the four national winners will be invited to participate with their teacher/trainer in the ALL DIGITAL Summit which will be held in Brussels on the 18-19 October 2018. The national winners will be awarded during the “BRIGHTS Awards Ceremony for the best digital story”, which is taking place on the 18th October in the evening as part of the ALL DIGITAL Awards.
Travel and accommodation costs for two nights will be covered by us for you and your teacher or trainer.
How to apply to the BRIGHTS Awards? Find out more here!