DFG YOUTH COMPETITION
The Better Internet Campaign is all about gathering like-minded people to create a safer, better internet for everyone.
This edition of the Design For Good Youth Competition will examine how to counter issues faced in the cyber world and embrace positivity online. Studies have shown that positive self-image and building relationships are critical protective factors.
Using the mediums listed, create awareness on how to embrace positivity on the internet and use ways to combat issues youth may face in the cyber world.
Leading by example
Tactfully Calling out negative behaviour
Having a positive self-image
Building and knowing your support system
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Desired Audience Response
Advocate for positive internet use and create awareness of protective measures one can adopt to avoid falling victim to possible challenges on the internet.
The audience (youths) needs to take action and implement the advice given to use the internet better.
FOR THE COMPETITION
Category 1 & 2
To design and craft a communicative poster using one of the following methods:
Digital (Photoshop, Illustrator, etc.)
Poster Colour Collage
For non-digital works, a Scan version or picture of artwork is required.
*Category 1 is for primary school students, and category 2 is open to secondary school students.
To design and craft a communicative short animation, the criteria are as such:
It can be in GIF format or any other video format
Duration no longer than 30sec
*Category 3 is open to secondary school students.
Meeting Creative Objective (40%)
All submissions are to be completed before 11 August 2023
Incomplete or inappropriate submission will be rejected
Individual submission by students can be done here
For teachers submitting multiple entries, please send via email to email@example.com
Name filing to be done in the following manner: NAME OF STUDENT – SCHOOL on jpg or PDF format