From a host of locations around the globe and from many contrasting perspectives, dozens of participants presented us with their visual interpretations of the digital divide.
Summer has arrived and with it our plans to travel, to look for places that surprise us, relax us, or entertain us. We want to give you a project to work on if you consider yourself an observant and sensitive person, and have a camera. iWith.org’s 2010 Summer Photo Contest is open and from now until September 20th you can send us your photographs.
Right on schedule, on the 20th of September, the time was up to submit photos to iwith.org's 2009 contest. From different parts of the world and with very different viewpoints, dozens of people sent us their own personal portraits of the digital divide, and these are the pictures selected by the jury. Our thanks go to all who supported the initiative in this way.
*Use your camera to show up the so-called“digital divide”
and participate in Iwith.org's summer 2009 contest. A great way to get a massive audience for your photos and give a meaning to your vacation
This summer, around 120 young Europeans from 15 different countries will participate in Creativity.cat,
Act for Interculturality, which is the main artistic meeting for the youth at a continental level. Neagènia
Intercultural, partner of iwith.org
, is going to coordinate this meeting, which gathers participants aged from 18 to 30 years, with the aim of encouraging creativity, interculturality and public-spirited participation.
For the second consecutive year, iwith.org is sponsoring the iwith.org Summer Photography Competition, in order to reveal the various levels of access to technology that exist around the world. We suggest that you take your camera on vacation and look around. Surprise us with a photo that will make the web visitors to our site aware of the issue.
The anticipated hot weather, low cost airlines and holiday plans have given us the idea of setting you a mission this summer. All you need is to be observant and to have the desire to put real life into images through photography.