International Photo Competition ‘Forests-Agriculture Interface through a Gender Lens’
INTERNATIONAL PHOTO COMPETITION ON FORESTS-AGRICULTURE INTERFACE THROUGH A GENDER LENS!
Submit your entry on or before June 15, 2014.
Photo with a story about how gender (men and women) matters in agriculture, forests, agroforestry.
Open to All: You can be a practitioner, farmer, student, forester, policymaker, manager, researcher, teacher, professional photographer, freelancer among others from anywhere in the world.
Just click a picture, write a story about your photo and email us!
For further information, kindly refer our announcement in English, Spanish, French and Bahasa Indonesia.
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CONTEXT: The CGIAR Research Program on Forests, Trees and Agroforestry integrating Gender (CRP-FTA Gender) at the International Centre for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT) is taking a different look at science by publishing a photo book (Editor Purabi Bose).
We would like to reach out to the global audience through interesting photos that tell us a real story by visualizing social and gender dimensions.
THEME: Photos can be submitted within the three key thematic areas with gender as a cross-cutting issue. Broadly, the theme covers (1) forests and marginal people; (2) Agroforestry in vulnerable landscapes; and (3) Non-timber forest products and smallholder agriculture produces influencing the local markets.
AWARD: Maximum of best 100 photos and accompanying storylines will be selected for the photo book. Participants will receive a certificate and photo book. In addition, three participants will get a chance to present their work in Uganda in November 2014.
HOW TO SUBMIT YOUR ENTRY: Each photo must tell a story about the success or challenge of integrating gender in above-mentioned broad themes of agriculture, forests, and agroforestry. Write a story in about 150 words about the photo in either English, Spanish, French or Bahasa Indonesia.
SEND YOUR ENTRY: before JUNE 15, 2014 Add your full name, profession, institutional affiliation, and full contact details.
Contact: Purabi Bose, Social Scientist, Focal contact for Forests, Trees and Agroforestry-Gender. [E-mail: email@example.com]
This is an initiative of the CGIAR Research Program on Gender as cross-cutting theme of Forests, Trees and Agroforestry and the Decision and Policy Analysis Group of the International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT), Colombia.