Winners will be featured online and in print as part of our 10 year celebrations – you will be helping us to communicate our work and helping us to reach more journalists and supporters.
The challenge is to create a visual piece of art which represents or demonstrates the issues. For each issue we’ll pick a winning image which will be featured as part of our 10 year celebrations, and seen by audiences around the world both online and in print.
Anyone can enter this competition – any age, any skill level, from anywhere in the world. You can use any visual medium that can be submitted electronically as a JPG, PNG, PDF or TIFF file.
The (original) artwork can be any size, any style, and in any visual medium: ink drawings, cartoon strips, collages, painting, even sculpture. However all entries must be submitted – and will be judged – as images in JPEG, PNG, TIFF or PDF formats.
Anonymous entries are allowed.
Please clearly label each piece to indicate which of the ten issues the submission is for:
1.Administrative harassment and barriers
3.Criminalisation of speech e.g. criminal defamation
4.Cybercrimes and internet regulation
6.Forced disclosure of sources
7.Internet shutdowns and website blocking
9.Physical harassment, violence and torture