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Photographer contest in the European Year for Devopment

20-year-old Bulgarian wins the February guest photographer contest on Education

The winning photo for February taken by Hristo Rusev Hristo Rusev/www.hristorusevphotography.blogspot.com

Every month until September the European Parliament website will be announcing a different topic linked to development. The best photo for the February theme of education was taken by Hristo Rusev, a 20-year-old Bulgarian. Participants can sen their photo inspired by the theme of that month, along with the submission form and if they win they could be invited to Strasbourg to make a photo reportage.
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The European Year for Development is your gateway to the vibrant and multifaceted world of EU development cooperation. 2015 is a special year for development. It is the first ever European Year to deal with the European Union´s external action and Europe’s role in the world. For development organisations all over Europe it is an unparalleled opportunity to showcase Europe´s commitment to eradicating poverty worldwide and to inspire more Europeans to get engaged and involved in development. 2015 is also the year in which the Millennium Development Goals that the world agreed to reach in 2000, and in which the international community will agree on the future global framework for poverty eradication and sustainable development.

During the year their will be many iniciatives in the spotlight on people in order to highlight the work in the field. Through a photographer contest you can participate and submit your photo and entry form via email in the European Year for Devopment activities. The deadline for the third topic of the contest is "Women and girls" is 29 March at midnight .

An editorial committee will select the ten best entries and then pick the best photo of the month. This will automatically make them a finalist for the jury prize. The ten best photos of every month are showcased on the Parliament´s Facebook and G+ pages where you can vote for your favourite. At the end of the contest, the most liked photo will be awarded the public prize. Both of these photographers will be invited to the plenary session in November 2015.

The best photo for the February theme of education was taken by Hristo Rusev, a 20-year-old Bulgarian. The photo titled "Thirst for knowledge in asylum conditions" shows an improvised classroom for young refugees in Harmanli, Bulgaria, where volunteers teach the children English. Due to the high number of pupils and the shortage of desks, some children are forced to sit on the floor.

Send your photo and application form to webcom-flickr@europarl.europa.eu.

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