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Take part in our Justice Week photo exhibition
During Justice Week, we're running an online photography exhibition which we would like to feature the impact of the pandemic on young people, helping to give them a voice about how their freedoms have been limited and policed at times in controversial ways.
If you would like to take part in the photo exhibition, take between three and five photos and email them to Alice Mutasa by Wednesday 10 March 2021.
Photos may show:
- your study situation
- your living conditions
- family life
- a snapshot of a day in the life of a young person under lockdown rules
Write a short explanation of the photo, and how it shows the ways in which the lockdown has affected your life.
Photos submitted can be taken with a camera or smartphone. They should be in JPG format and be of medium to high quality (they should look sharp and not pixelated when viewed on screen).
Complete part one of the form below if you're over 16 to confirm that you consent to your photo being used on our website and on social media.
If you're under 16, ask your parent or guardian to complete part two and send it with your photos.
Submission to the exhibition does not guarantee your photos will be used.
If you have any questions, email either Alice or firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to hearing from you.