The Georgian Institute for Security Policy is announcing an illustration competition regarding the Russian occupation.
The Georgian Institute for Security Policy is an analytical centre that aims to improve Georgia's national security situation.
Topic: an illustration competition regarding the Russian occupation
The competition must be related to the Russian occupation and its impact. Although the competition coincides with the 100th anniversary of the Soviet occupation, it is not necessary that the work presented be dedicated only to events occurring 100 years earlier. Instead, it could be related to the 2008 war, the ongoing creeping annexation process, the events of the 1990s, or even the Soviet period.
An emotional aspect of the Russian occupation is welcome to be also conveyed through the pieces of your work: What impact has the Russian occupation and the process of creeping annexation had on the fate and daily life of the people living near the so-called occupation line? How the events of 2008 have changed the lives of people who were forced to leave their homes and also forced to start a new life in IDP settlements? How generations grow up far from their homes, etc.
The illustration should be original, informative and easy to understand.
Requirements for participation in the competition:
By submitting a piece of work in this competition, the participant confirms that:
The organizer of the competition has the right to use the submitted illustrations at its own discretion, post them on the website, use them in exhibitions, publications or other materials (author).
Criteria for evaluating the work: