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Help promote the Social Justice Challenge and Photography Competition

14 Feb 2019

The Social Justice Photography Competition is open to all undergraduate students and gives them the opportunity to raise awareness of a social justice issue important to them and win up to £400

Social Justice photography competition

They just need to take a photograph (on a phone, tablet or camera) that represents their chosen issue and write up to 100 words explaining why the issue is important to them. 

More information and details of how to enter can be found on our website along with last year’s winners for inspiration. The competition closes on 8 March 2019.

We also need your help to encourage second year students to complete the Social Justice Challenge.

The Social Justice Challenge introduces students to ways of thinking about social justice by exploring a number of themes including Higher Education, Mental Health, Trade, Energy, Migration and Homelessness.

The Challenge is delivered entirely online via Blackboard and takes about an hour to complete. 

Please direct second year students to begin the challenge: