What is the purpose of the competition?
The Second World War was a tragic episode in the history of Europe and the world. One of the main purposes of the competition is to preserve the memories and
lessons of the Second World War, especially amongst younger generations.
What is the format of the competition?
The teams’ competition is divided into two heats, a qualifying round and a final round. The ultimate winner will be chosen after the final round.
Who can participate?
The competition is open to all children aged 14 to 19 living in a European Union (EU) member state. Entrants must come from the same educational institution. An institution may
submit as many teams as they wish into the qualifying round. Each team must be composed of 3 unique members.
Should the teams register?
Teams have to register for the qualifying round. They can do so by filling in the form at http://goo.gl/forms/4cPzj6WprA.
What needs to be submitted for the qualifying round?
Once teams have registered for the qualifying round, they must produce and submit a short video on themes related to the Second World War, including peace, respect, hope, rights and integration.
How long should the video be?
Videos should be no longer than 5 minutes.
What language should the videos be?
Videos should be produced in the official language of the competition, English.
What is the deadline for submitting videos?
Once teams have registered at the above link, they should submit their videos by 30th March 2016. Winners will be announced on the website www.europeanwise.eu on 5th April 2016.
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