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#MyAfricanHeritage
Instagram Video Contest

Open to 18 - 32 years old
Post your video about an African World Heritage site using the hashtag #MyAfricanHeritage and stand the chance to win one of our prizes.
Top Prizes

1st Prize
6 month internship with the African World Heritage Fund in Midrand, South Africa
The prize includes
Return air tickets to Johannesburg, South Africa
Stipend



2nd Prize
Trip to South Africa
To visit the World Heritage site
of Robben Island
The prize includes
Two return air tickets to South Africa
Ground and ferry transportation to Robben Island
Full board accommodation on the island for 3 days for 2 people
Entrance to the World Heritage site and a guided tour
Entries to the competition will be evaluated
keeping in mind the following criteria:

Creativity
Is the video original and aesthetically pleasing?

We are looking for creative stories!

Content
What is your connection to the site?

The World Heritage site should be clearly identified in the video.


Composition
Does it capture the exceptional character of the site?

Competition
Duration
The competition will end on
20 May 2019

Winner
Announcement
The winners of the competition will be announced
during Africa Week at UNESCO
Terms and Conditions
The following Terms and Conditions apply to the “MyAfricanHeritage” Instagram video contest, organized by UNESCO. By participating in the contest, the candidates accept the full terms and conditions contained herein.
Read the Terms and Conditions
Read our publication
This UNESCO publication examines World Heritage and sustainable development in Africa. It addresses not only the challenges of safeguarding World Heritage in the Africa region but also the process of integrating the objectives of the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development into African regional and national policies as well as the African Union’s ‘Agenda 2063: the Africa We Want.
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5 May
African World Heritage Day
Proclaimed by the 38th session of the General Conference of UNESCO (November 2015), African World Heritage Day (5 May) is an opportunity for people around the world, and particularly Africans, to celebrate the Continent’s unique cultural and natural heritage
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See Also (1)
Africa
News (2)
Message from Ms Audrey Azoulay, Director-General of UNESCO, on the occasion of African World Heritage Day, 5 May 2019 03-May-2019
Namib Sand Sea – First prize of heritage photo contest 16-May-2018
Events (1)
African World Heritage Day 05-May-2018
Date end: Thursday, 28 June 2018
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