USAID: Supporting Health Communications and Marketing Program in Kenya!

Deadline: 26 April 2016

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) is seeking applications for a cooperative agreement from qualified Kenyan organizations to provide funding in support of a program entitled Health Communications and Marketing (HCM) in Kenya.

The purpose of the activity is to implement social marketing and communications within the health sector and to build the sustainability of Government of Kenya’s Ministry of Health to lead, coordinate and implement social marketing and health communication initiatives.

Objectives

  • Manage a cost-effective marketing, sales, and distribution network that improves availability and access by key priority populations to products related to HIV/AIDS, RH/FP, CS and malaria, develop and manage communications initiatives to increase the knowledge of Kenyans about HIV/AIDS, RH/FP, CS and Malaria, including accurate information to increase demand for and use of beneficial products and services and information to encourage and sustain healthy behaviors, in line with GOK strategies and priorities.
  • Improve the preventive behaviors of Kenyans related to HIV/AIDS, in particular increasing the use of condoms in high risk sexual encounters and the percent of men and women going for HTC and receiving their test results.
  • Improve the behaviors of Kenyans related to family planning, maternal and child survival, malaria and family health, in particular, decreasing unmet need for family planning (uptake of voluntary long term family planning methods), better birth spacing, better prevention and treatment of childhood illnesses (e.g. use of “safe water” in the home, use of ITNs, better breastfeeding practices, full immunization, and prompt recognition and treatment of malaria and other childhood illnesses, including ORS at home, and use of cleaner indoor stoves),
  • Improve service utilization rates for ART, HTC, PMCT, RH/FP, and CS services, including the percent of pregnant women accessing PMTCT services including HTC, the number of Kenyans using HTC services and receiving their test results, the number of clients receiving FP/RH services, number of antenatal care visits and delivery by a trained provider, and childhood prevention and treatment of illnesses in both public and private sector settings.
  • Strengthen the capacity of the GOK/MOH at both national and county levels to coordinate, support and implement social marketing and communication activities.

Expected Outcomes

  • Increased use of quality health services and products
  • Strengthened capacity of Government to lead, manage, and govern health communications and marketing
  • Improved use of information for decision-making

Grant Information: Subject to funding availability, USAID intends to provide $42.5 million in total USAID funding over a five year period with an estimated start date of July 2016

Eligibility Criteria

  • HCM will be awarded to a local Kenyan organization.
  • USAID encourages applications from a broad range of interested parties, domestic non-profit organizations, domestic for-profit companies that forego profit, faith-based organizations, foundations, academic institutions, civic groups and regional organizations.
  • USAID welcomes applications from potential new partners and organizations which have not previously done business with USAID.
  • If the applicant proposes to partner with other organizations through subawards, it should present a clear structure in terms of roles and responsibilities of each subrecipient, lines of authority, and managerial decision-making process.
  • Applicants must have established financial management systems, monitoring and evaluation processes, internal control systems, and policies and procedures that comply with established U.S. Government standards, laws, and regulations.
  • The Recipient must be a responsible entity

How to Apply

Interested applicants must submit their applications electronically at the address given on the website.

For more information, please visit Health Communications and Marketing Program.

Population Reference Bureau: Accepting Applications for U.S. Policy Communication Training Program 2016-17

Deadline: 28 February 2016

The Population Reference Bureau (PRB) is accepting applications for its 2016-2017 U.S. Policy Communication Training Program which is funded by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services—National Institutes of Health (NIH) Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD). The program has two components:

  • Washington Workshop: Focuses on the role of research in the U.S. policy process, and on techniques for effective communication of research findings to U.S. decision makers, media, and non-technical audiences.
  • Practicum: Participants will apply the lessons learned at the Washington workshop to prepare two policy communication materials (policy briefs, blogs, or op-eds) based on their dissertations or related research topics

The Population Reference Bureau informs people around the world about population, health, and the environment, and empowers them to use that information to advance the well-being of current and future generations. They focus their work around these core themes: Aging; Children and Families; Family Planning and Reproductive Health; Gender; Global Health; Inequality and Poverty; Migration and Urbanization; Population and the Environment; and Youth.

Focus Areas

Applicant’s research focus areas must relate to:

  • Demography
  • Health and Productivity at the population level
  • Social and Behavioral research on reproductive health

Goals

  • To understand the process by which research informs the policy environment.
  • To learn various ways to communicate findings to U.S. policy audiences.
  • To improve participants’ ability to communicate in written and verbal formats.

Benefits

The core training sessions cover:

  • The research-to-policy gap
  • The U.S. policy process
  • Communication strategies to link research to policy
  • Writing for policy and nontechnical audiences
  • Effective content for and delivery of presentations

Eligibility Criteria

  • Open to U.S. citizens and permanent residents pursuing doctoral programs at reputable U.S. academic institutions that are affiliated with a population center.
  • Applicants should be in their 3rd to 5th year of studies and affiliated with a population center.
  • PRB gives priority to applicants whose research is focused on the topic areas noted above.
  • Priority given to applicants who are in an early stage of their research career.
  • Priority will be given to applicants who are current or previous trainees of NICHD-supported population centers in the United States

How to Apply

Interested applicants can email their letters of reference at the address given on the website.

For more information, please visit Population Reference Bureau.

Call for Proposals: Mid-Term Review of the Human Rights Project Series

Deadline: 30 December 2015

The Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF), together with its partners-the Raoul Wallenberg Institute (RWI), the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Development, and the Philippine Department of Foreign Affairs are seeking proposals for mid-term review of the human rights project series. These dialogues, which follow the format of a 3-day seminar, are intended to foster discussion and exchange of ideas on the promotion and respect of human rights in all 53 members of the Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM).

ASEF is recruiting an independent consultant to undertake a mid-term review of its human rights project series with a view to:

  • Assess the results and strengths of the human rights project series so far
  • Identify the ways to strengthen the future strategy and operation of the project series
  • Provide recommendation to improve the impact of the project series and its long term stability

Benefits

Compensation of SGD 15,000-20,000 will be provided, depending on experience, methodology and work-plan proposal submitted.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Experience in conducting research; designing and conducting evaluations of international cooperation programmes.
  • Graduate qualifications in human rights, international relations, Asian/European studies or related fields.
  • Familiarity with the ASEM process, human rights in the ASEM context and Asia-Europe relations in general.
  • Experience of working for inter-governmental organisations and/or NGOs on international relations or human rights.
  • Excellent writing ability with the experience of responding to different audience requirements; experience of report-writing.
  • Strong communication and inter-personal skills including tact and cultural sensitivity.
  • Fluency in written and spoken English.
  • Proactive and flexible; able to work without detailed supervision.
  • National from an ASEM country

How to Apply

Interested applicants must email their queries, CV’s and cover letters at the address given on the website.

For more information, please visit Call for Proposals.

Vodafone Americas Foundation: Funding the best Innovations using Wireless Technology to Address Critical Social Issues around the World

Deadline: 22 February 2016

The Vodafone Americas Foundation is currently inviting applications for its competition- ‘designing the Wireless Innovation Project’ to promote innovation and increase implementation of wireless related technology for a better world. Total awards up to $600,000 will be available to support projects .

The Vodafone Wireless Innovation Project (the “competition”) seeks to identify and fund the best innovations using wireless related technology to address critical social issues around the world. Project proposals must demonstrate significant advancement in the field of wireless-related technology applied to social benefit use. The competition is open to projects from universities and nonprofit organizations based in the United States. Although organizations must be based in the United States, projects may operate and help people outside of the United States.

Social & Technical Issue Areas

Applicants must demonstrate a multi-disciplinary approach that uses an innovation in wireless-related technology to address a critical global issue in one or more of the following areas:

  1. Access to communication
  2. Education
  3. Economic development
  4. Environment
  5. Health
  6. Connectivity
  7. Energy
  8. Language or Literacy hurdles

Awards

Winners will be selected for awards of $100,000, $200,000, and $300,000 which will be paid in equal installments over three years.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Applicants should be either (a) U.S. nonprofit corporation or trust that is tax-exempt under IRS Section 501(c)(3) and that is a public charity (not a private foundation) or
  • a U.S. University, including a university department, university-based research center, university-based entrepreneurship or technology innovation center that is legally part of the university.
  • Project team participants may not be an employee of the Vodafone Americas Foundation, Vodafone Group Plc or any entity in which Vodafone Group Plc holds, directly or indirectly, a shareholding or interest of 20% or more or has the right to exercise, directly or indirectly, 20% or more of the voting rights (collectively, the “Vodafone Entities”).
  • The applicant should propose an innovation in wireless-related technology to address a critical global issue in one or more of the following issue areas: education, health, access to communication, the environment or economic development.
  • The project should demonstrate a significant advancement in wireless-related technology. (We define innovation as something that hasn’t been done before, building upon existing technology, or a unique combination of technologies.)
  • The project should be at a stage of research where an advanced prototype or field/market test can occur during the award period.
  • Early-stage research, or ready to launch products, will not be considered.
  • Projects should involve an established multi-disciplinary team that demonstrates the expertise needed for a comprehensive solution to the targeted problem. For example, a team may consist of members from two or more of the following disciplines: engineering, design, business, international development, or other relevant disciplines. A team may also consist of university-based researchers and non-profit organizations working such areas as international development, health or environment.
  • Projects should demonstrate potential for replication and large scale impact.
  • Proposals should include a business plan or demonstration of financial sustainability.

How to Submit a Proposal

To submit a proposal, Applicants must first successfully complete the Eligibility Questionnaire. Eligible Applicants will then receive the URL for the online application via e-mail and be asked to create a username and password which will enable them to work on their proposal online. The application consists of multiple narrative questions and a project budget spreadsheet that Applicants must complete and submit. All information must be submitted through the on-line application. Finalists will be notified on or about March 25, 2016. The winners will be publicly announced and recognized at a public forum in June, 2016.

For more information, please visit Vodafone Call.

USAID/West Africa: “Human Rights for All” to Build the Capacity of Local Human Rights Organizations

Deadline: 16 November 2015

The United States Agency for International Development is seeking proposals for a project entitled “Human Rights for All” in order to build the capacity of local human rights organizations while also improving the understanding of their role as advocates, allies, and spokespersons for highly vulnerable, politicized, and underserved populations.

This project will build the capacity of local human rights organizations while also improving their understanding of their role as advocates, allies, and spokespersons for highly vulnerable, marginalized, and underserved populations.

The goal of this activity is to better equip CSOs to combat human rights abuses, particularly for LGBT and vulnerable populations.

Activities

  • Train CSOs on universal human rights, including LGBT human rights;
  • Improve the capacity of CSOs to advocate for vulnerable populations;
  • Refine outreach activities and support the development of effective communication plans of CSOs;
  • Train CSOs on transitional justice and victims’ rights to push through the pending cases for trial and judgment; and
  • Support direct lines of communication between the GOCI, CSOs, and individuals whose human rights have been violated

Grants Information

  • Subject to the availability of funds, USAID/West Africa intends to award between $400,000 and $700,000 under this Annual Program Statement (APS), for approximately 2 – 3 grants lasting from twelve (12) to eighteen (18) months
  • The majority of grants will be between $200,000 and $700,000 over twelve to eighteen months, although USAID will consider awarding smaller or larger grants.

Eligibility Criteria

  • This APS is issued worldwide as a public notice to ensure that all interested and qualified organizations have a fair opportunity to submit applications for funding. Eligible organizations include:
    • Registered U.S. and non-U.S. private non-governmental organizations,
    • Registered U.S. and non-U.S. non-profit organizations,
    • For-profit organizations willing to forego profit, and
    • Public international organization

For application procedure and more, please visit grants.gov.

Women’s Protection and Empowerment Program Advisor at IRC, DR Congo

Deadline: Ongoing

The International Rescue Committee (IRC) is currently seeking applications from the eligible applicants for the post of Women’s Protection and Empowerment Program Advisor in Kinshasa, DR Congo.

IRC’s Women’s Protection and Empowerment program in the DRC seeks to increase the social, political and economic empowerment of women and girls, and prevent and respond to gender based violence.

The IRC DRC has been responding to gender based violence in North and South Kivu provinces, with bases in Goma and Bukavu.

Key Jobs Responsibilities

The Women’s Protection and Empowerment Program Advisor will perform the following functions-

  • In collaboration with WPE program staff, the HQ Technical Advisor and the Director of WPE Program, oversee the quality of design, monitoring and evaluation of GBV programming in DRC.
  • Develop key technical program tools. Review and adapt existing IRC technical training materials. Develop training materials as needed to support the introduction of new programming approaches.
  • Oversee the development of staff technical capacity building plans and ensure staff receives training accordingly.
  • Act as a key technical facilitator and resource person for internal and external IRC trainings and workshops. Provide training to program staff as needed.
  • Closely work with the Regional Measurement Action Coordinator to improve program monitoring and to generate evidence for improving program quality and influencing policy.
  • Provide substantive input on WPE program evaluation and research initiatives.
  • Support the WPE Program Director to ensure coherence in program strategy and implementation across sites.
  • Ensure IRC adapts interventions according to the changing needs and the security situation in each province.
  • Work with program teams to develop new and update existing program components of the WPE sector strategy document to inform on-going opportunities for programming and to strengthen the linkages between WPE and other IRC program sectors (Health, CYPD, G&R).
  • Participate in inter-sectoral assessments and planning as required and provide guidance to other sectors’ project strategy to maximize safety of women and girls.
  • Participate in proposal writing and other business development opportunities as needed and inform program costing exercises.
  • Represent the program, its approaches and learning to external audiences regularly.
  • Contribute as required to advocacy and communication strategies and materials about the program for national and international audiences.
  • Manage the WPE Monitoring, Evaluation and Research Coordinator, ensuring that ethical and sound data collection and information management systems are in-place to collate and analyze data for problem analysis, planning and advocacy.
  • Provide regular feedback to WPE management staff and contribute to their performance reviews as required.
  • Assist with the recruitment of WPE management-level staff as needed.
  • Contribute to fostering the functioning of the team across sites and provinces, including supporting team-building activities.
  • Act in the place of the WPE Program Director as required.

Eligilibty Criteria

Applicants must have-

  • Advanced degree in public health, social work, public policy or another related field.
  • At least five years of GBV or development programming experience , including three years of overseas management experience in GBV, protection or humanitarian program.
  • Exceptional sector-specific technical skills and knowledge. Ability to design and deliver training.
  • Demonstrated skills and experience in complex program design and monitoring. Strong analytical and strategic planning skills.
  • Ability and interest to work with a diverse and multicultural team in a respectful and culturally appropriate manner.
  • Fluency in both French and English, spoken and written.
  • Experience with information management system s and data analysis a plus.

How to Apply

Applications must be submitted through online process.

For more information, please visit IRC.

Director of Finance and Compliance at IRC, DR Congo

Deadline: Ongoing

The International Rescue Committee (IRC) is currently seeking applications from the eligible applicants for the post of Director of Finance and Compliance, DR Congo.

The IRC aims to save lives, to strengthen Congolese institutions and to reinforce social cohesion through carefully designed and professionally-implemented programs.

Key Jobs Responsibilities

Director of Finance and Compliance will perform the following functions-

  • The Director of Finance and Compliance has overall fiscal management responsibility of the IRC DRC Provincial Offices (Kinshasa, Katanga, North & South Kivu). As a member of IRC DRC Senior Management Team, the Director of Finance & Compliance will guide and oversee the work of the finance unit, and will liaise with the Regional Controller, Regional Director and the Directors of Programs and Operations on financial and budgetary matters.
  • Based in Kinshasa, the Director of Finance and Compliance will report directly to the DRC Regional Director and will work closely with, Senior Finance controller, Chief Accountant,  Provincial Finance Controllers, the Partnership Coordinator, the Grants team , the Directors of Programs & Operations and also the Provincial and Technical Directors.
  • Develops, coordinates and implements plans for the control, monitoring and reporting of financial operations to include controllership, treasury, operational budgets and grants.
  • Ensures that all financial information is consolidated on time and provided to the Country Director and Regional Director as appropriate for analysis and dissemination.
  • Participates in strategic planning meetings, regional meetings, senior management meetings as requested and when available.
  • Ensure sub grants and risks are managed in compliance with organization and donor policies.
  • Oversees the development and implementation of a plan to minimize the country’s foreign exchange exposure to currency gains and losses.
  • Provides guidance to and overall supervision of the IRC DRC Finance team.
  • Travels to DRC provincial offices to provide technical assistance and performs oversight visits of field offices.
  • Providing technical support to Provincial Controllers including guidance on compliance issues.
  • Ensures timely dissemination of new initiatives and policies to the field and monitoring of implementation.
  • Assists Director level personnel and HR staff with the recruitment of high quality finance staff by conducting interviews and providing assessment on candidates’ technical abilities.
  • Works closely with the other Directors and Provincial Controllers to develop and monitor annual operating budgets and budget updates.
  • Oversees the preparation of grant proposal budgets in IRC and donor formats.
  • Ensures grant proposal budgets are based upon an overall operating budget and that shared program costs are included to an adequate level.
  • Performing final financial review of the proposal document prior to approval and submission to IRC Headquarters, IRC UK office and/or donors.

Eligilibty Criteria

Applicants must have-

  • Bachelors Degree in Accounting or Finance – Masters Degree, CPA or CA a plus;
  • Minimum five years progressive finance/accounting experience in the non-profit sector, with at least three years of experience working internationally in the same capacity as head of finance for a large country program (with funding portfolio ranging from US$30 million plus).
  • Previous work experience with a major general ledger software package – experience with SUN and Vision Accounting Software preferred.
  • Proven knowledge of US Government, European and UN donor regulations.
  • Excellent communication skills, including the ability to communicate effectively in a multi-cultural environment and diplomatically manage collegial relationships.
  • Solid organizational skills: the ability to be flexible and work well under pressure in a fast-paced team environment.
  • Flexible work attitude: the ability to work productively in a team environment & independently and ability to meet unexpected demands and deal effectively with competing priorities and proactively support country Office management.
  • Strong Computer skills: facility with MS Word, Excel, various accounting software.
  • Able to travel to field offices.
  • Demonstrated excellence in human resource management, particularly in a multi-cultural environment, including techniques for staff development, training, motivation, and discipline.
  • Demonstrated excellence in multi-tasking, time management, and flexibility.
  • Fluent in English and French languages.

How to apply

Applications must be submitted through online process.

For more information, please visit IRC.

Development and Special Events Manager at Jhpiego, USA

Deadline: Ongoing

The Johns Hopkins University (Jhpiego) is currently seeking applications from the eligible applicants for the post of Development and Special Events Manager at Los Angeles, California US.

The Development and Special Events Manager performs a variety of professional functions to assist the Development Office’s strategy with fundraising and donor cultivation on the West coast.

Jhpiego is an international, nonprofit health organization, working with health experts, governments and community leaders to ensure high-quality health care for their people.

Key Jobs Responsibilities

Development and Special Events Manager will perform the following functions-

  • Ensure a steady stream of new prospects to be cultivated to support Jhpiego’s mission in concert with the Development Office in Baltimore.
  • Coordinate and implement the annual Los Angeles Laughter Is the Best Medicine gala dinner and other fundraisers.
  • Manage heavy calendar of activities, requiring interaction with Los Angeles Advisory Board members and internal and external stakeholders, as well as consultants, to coordinate a variety of complex executive meetings and fundraising events on the West coast.
  • Research and summarize miscellaneous reports and documents to maintain clean profiles of our West coast donors in our database; prepare background documents as necessary.
  • Provide administrative support for the Development Office as needed and submit expense reports.
  • Provide and design budget, financial tracking and invoicing and work with the Development team in Baltimore to ensure timely submission of invoices and expense reports.
  • Manage consultants and coordinate contracts for the Development Office.
  • Provide word processing and prepare PowerPoint presentations and similar documents to introduce prospects to Jhpiego work worldwide.
  • Plan internal meetings including reserving venues for events, preparing meeting agendas and coordinating other logistics.
  • Prioritize and manage multiple projects simultaneously, and follow through on issues in a timely manner.
  • Assist with international and domestic fundraising events as needed.
  • Maintain consistent open communications with the Development Office and its staff and serve as Jhpiego liaison of on the West coast.

Eligilibty Criteria

Applicants must have-

  • 5–10 years of demonstrated progressively responsible management experience in Development.
  • Bachelor’s Degree in communications, public relations or related field.
  • Strong oral and written communication skills.
  • Highly motivated, energetic, independent self-starter with strong service orientation.
  • Demonstrated ability to be proactive and work with little direction (very Important).
  • Highly organized with keen attention to detail and ability to prioritize multiple responsibilities.
  • Ability to interact with staff in a fast-paced environment, remaining flexible, proactive, resourceful and efficient.
  • Knowledge of the fields of Development and Fundraising.
  • Ability to design and produce articles for desktop publishing to include multimedia presentations, charts, reports, invitations, announcements, etc.
  • Maintain a high level of professionalism and confidentiality.
  • Experience in information management, communications and dissemination.
  • Strong computer skills with expertise in the use of databases/spreadsheets and ease with using technology to create administrative efficiencies; and an interest in staying technically current and mastering new software or university online systems.
  • Strong Microsoft applications knowledge (Word, Outlook, Excel, Access, PowerPoint).
  • Knowledge of marketing, international development or women/gender issues a plus.

How to Apply

Applications must be submitted through online process.

For more information, please visit Jhpiego.

Field Safety Adviser at UNOPS, Syria

Deadline: 9 November 2015

The United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS) is currently seeking applications from the eligible applicants for the post of Field Safety Adviser in Damascus, Syria.  The duration of this position is of One year.

UNOPS supports the successful implementation of its partners’ peacebuilding, humanitarian and development projects around the world.

Key Jobs Responsibilities

Field Safety Adviser will perform the following functions-

  • Assist in collecting, updating and communicating information regarding the security situation in Syria and Lebanon within the respective Area of Responsibility (AOR).
  • Liaise and coordinate with host government security authorities, as well as other military actors in the field as necessary to ensure security coordination during missions and escorts arranged. Act as team leader for OMS convoys to / from field trips and establish security perimeter inside the sites.
  • Prepare Security Risk Assessment and Concept of Operations (SRA-CONOPS) for each field mission and submits an After Action Report to the CSO/DCSO upon completion of missions.
  • Assist in preparing and submitting other relevant security policy documents as and when requested Assist in developing OMS Security Plan and relevant Standard Operational Procedures (SOPs) Conduct security briefings as and when required.
  • Conduct Facility Safety and Security Survey (FSSS) for OMS occupied Facilities.
  • Assure that implemented access control measures and staff tracking at the primary OMS office location and duty station are operational and accurate.
  • Assist in developing daily and weekly reports.
  • Liaise closely with other Agency Security Officers, DSS Syria and Lebanon.
  • Maintain an accurate daily staff list to be sent to the desk and DSS Radio Room.
  • Oversee the daily radio check.
  • Maintain / Update Operational Maps.
  • Manage Local Security Assistants and oversee their performance.
  • Track on-going missions and relay regular updates to management.
  • Deputies for the CSO during his/her absence, and perform other duties as assigned by the CSO.

Eligilibty Criteria

  • Applicants must have-
    • Advance university degree in Military, Police, Political science or Security Management is required.
    • A higher military or police diploma plus at least 6 years relevant work experience in emergency or conflict/post-conflict settings, may be accepted in lieu of a degree.
    • At least 5 years of directly relevant demonstrated experience and exposure in the international security arena dealing with security-related issues is required.
    • Work experience from a high risk and complex environment is preferable and previous work experience from the United Nations is an advantage.
    • Experience in Hardship / High Risk environment.
    • Excellent communication skills both oral and written.
    • Fluency in English is a must.
    • Working knowledge in Arabic is an advantage.
  • Other skills
    • Leadership
    • Decision Making
    • Assertiveness
    • Teamwork Skills
    • Communication skills
    • Situational Sensitivity

How to Apply

Applications must be submitted through online process.

For more information, please visit UNOPS.

Submit Entries for New Technological Art Award 2016

Deadline: 31 March 2016

The Liedts-Meesen is currently inviting applications for its biennial update_6/New Technological Art Award 2016. The aim of the competition is to present works in accordance with Update’s mission. The submitted work may have been exhibited previously, but the jury reserves the right to exclude creations that turn out to be not realizable within the limits of the practical possibilities of the Liedts-Meesen Foundation, keeping in mind that the works will be displayed during the exhibition. The basic equipment is available and at the disposal of the selected artists; specific and special equipment must be provided for and lent by the artists for the duration of the exhibition.

Focus areas

The scope of contemporary artistic creations and traditional media with works using contemporary and new technologies in an original and intelligent way: treatment of sounds and light, use of new media, application of innovative evolutions in communications, telecommunications and broadcasting, centered on the world of information, communication, and computers and interaction.

Prizes

A cash award of 5,000 euro will be allocated to a work and to its creator. There will also be a prize of the European Commission. The winners will be announced at the final day of the exhibition.

Eligibility Criteria

  • International competition is open to all age groups and to all nationalities.
  • English must be the working language.

How to Apply

Applicants can apply online through the website.

For more information, please visit biennial events.