Request for submissions - - Euro-Mediterranean region

Collage art contest: Collaging a Gender-Equal Future

14.12.2020 / Created by IEMed

Overview

The European Institute of the Mediterranean (IEMed), in collaboration with the Euro-Mediterranean Women’s Foundation (FFEM), are launching the collage art contest "Collaging a Gender-Equal Future: Tailoring the Transformations of the Euro-Mediterranean Space".

Through the artistic language of collage, participants are invited to shed light on the complexities of gender equality in our present and/or to imagine alternative scenarios and strategies to overcome the hardships accentuated by the pandemic and towards a gender-equal future.

In 2020 in the whole world, including the Euro-Mediterranean region, the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic have not been the same for everyone. Gender disparities have widened: gender roles have become more embedded, the hardships of women workers in charge of unpaid care work and family duties have risen, and difficulties have increased for the most vulnerable women and girls. Furthermore, women have been in the front line of the pandemic, as they continue to be more present in those sectors most exposed to the virus. Gender-based violence has also ramified, intersected with the effects that the COVID-19 has caused in multiple sectors of the Euro-Mediterranean societies. At the same time, experts and civil society actors highlight that the pandemic can be perceived as a window of opportunity to build a safer and more egalitarian world, to favour societies in which gender equality is a cross-sectional element, to make the world better hear women’s and girls’ voices.

Who can apply

Everyone who is passionate about art (amateur or professional), over the age of 18, and a citizen of a Euro-Mediterranean country (see the full list of countries in the file attached).

Theme & Format

Theme of the collage work must be: “Collaging a gender-equal future”. It must be clear that the purpose of the work is to present situations and realities that can favour gender-equality or to contest gender-based inequalities.

Collages can be realised in any format and medium: digital illustration, graphic design, photography, comic, postcard, pencil drawing, etc. Collages can containg lettering (in English and/or French and/or Arabic);

The collage must be coupled with a title and a short description in English and/or French and/or Arabic;

How to apply

Collages must be sent as a high-resolution image in a .png or .jpg file.

Submit your collage along with the title and the brief description by email to euromedwomen@iemed.org (read all the details in the file attached).

Selection

An evaluation committee will select the 15 most creative and self-explanatory works, taking into consideration their compliance with the theme of the contest, including the 3 final winners.

Prizes & Benefits

• Your work will be published for a physical exhibition and through digital tools;

• Your work will be displayed in different exhibition venues, including the “Voix de Femmes” festival taking place in Sousse, Tunisia and the other countries of the project: Algeria, France, Morocco,Spain.

• Your work will be disseminated and highlighted in regional and international forums, conferences and meetings related to feminism and women’s rights.

If you are one of the 3 final winners:

• You will be considered and presented as an ambassador of the “Collaging a Gender-Equal Future” contest in the five countries of the project

• Your work will be displayed and highlighted in the promotional material of the “Voix de Femmes” project, as well as the other communication outputs of the “Voix the Femmes” festival;

Read the full details regarding the benefits for the finalists and winners in the file attached!

Deadline

10th February 2021 at 13h CET

Don’t forget to read the attached file for full information on the terms and conditions of the contest.

Don’t miss this chance, participate now!

This contest is part of the project “Voix de Femmes – Itinerant Festival” coordinated by Forum Femmes Méditerranée (France), in partnership with Djaizairouna (Algeria), Agir pour la Citoyenneté (Morocco), We Love Sousse (Tunisia). The project is supported by the Anna Lindh Foundation.  

Infos

  • Type : Request for submissions
  • Deadline : 10/02/2021
  • Promoter : the European Institute of the Mediterranean (IEMed), Euro-Mediterranean Women's Foundation (FFEM)

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Ministry of Women , Family and Children
2 RIVES TV (Lyon TV Cable)
Women'  s Solidarity Fund (WSF)
Association Aspirations féminines
The committee of vigilance for democracy in Tunisia (CDVT)
Association ACM
Tunisian Association for Cultural Action
Tafoukt Souss Association for Women Development
Sana Hafsa Consulting Office
Sawa Organization - All Women Together Today and Tomorrow
Association Citoyens Acteurs
Life Foundation for Development and Community Integration
Association Tahadi pour l'Environnement
Association Voix d'Ève (AVE)
Anne Laure Humbert
Etaf Roudan
Research Team on Gender
Association for the Development & Enhancement of Women (ADEW)
Office for Gender Equality
CEDAW Association for Democracy and Human Rights
The Lebanese Association of Women Researchers - Bahithat
European Observatory on Femicide
Women'  s Alliance for Virtual Exchange (WAVE)
CIHEAM Istituto Agronomico Mediterraneo
Union de l'Action Feministe (UAF)
Souad Slaoui
AWSA-Be, Arab Women's Solidarity Association-Belgium
Association Féminine pour le Développement de la Famille (AFDF)
Jiwar Creation & Society
Mediterranean Network against Trafficking Women (MNATW)
Monia Braham
Tunisian League of Women's Political Rights
Maan
Association Djazairouna des victimes du terrorisme
NAWF Women Entrepreneurs
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