Displaying items by tag: competition The purpose of ARDYIS is to raise youth awareness and capacity on agricultural and rural development issues in ACP countries through ICTs. http://ardyis.cta.int Tue, 21 Aug 2018 11:27:51 +0000 Joomla! 1.5 - Open Source Content Management en-gb Prix YoBloCo - Article sur Nawsheen Hosenally - 1er prix, catégorie individuelle http://ardyis.cta.int/en/news/other-news/item/150-prix-yobloco-article-sur-nawsheen-hosenally-1er-prix-catégorie-individuelle http://ardyis.cta.int/en/news/other-news/item/150-prix-yobloco-article-sur-nawsheen-hosenally-1er-prix-catégorie-individuelle

By Nabil Moolna

Nawsheen Hosenally, 1st prize of the YoBloCo Awards, individual category

Premier prix des « YoBloCo Awards », la jeune blogueuse plaide pour que la jeunesse se réconcilie avec l’agriculture.

«C’est un grand honneur pour moi d’avoir été choisie  parmi les 69 participants au concours individuel. » C’est à Johannesburg que Nawsheen Hosenally a récupéré son prix le mois dernier. Le Youth in Agriculture Blog Competition (YoBloCo), organisé par le Centre Technique de coopération agricole et rurale (CTA), récompense les meilleurs blogs traitant de l’engagement des jeunes dans l’agriculture. Oeuvrant dans le cadre des accords de Cotonou entre pays de l’ACP (Afrique-Caraïbes-Pacifi que) et de l’Union européenne, le CTA met un accent particulier sur l’utilisation des technologies de l’information et de la communication pour relever les défis agricoles contemporains.

Le jury de cet organisme international, ainsi que le public votant, aura donc été séduit par Nawsheen’s World. Sur ce blog, la jeune femme met en ligne une série d’articles, d’images et de vidéos pour aborder les « grandes questions qui intéressent l’agriculture, aussi bien à Maurice que dans d’autres pays en voie de développement ». Du contenu qu’elle a développé à partir de ses recherches, à la fois théoriques et pratiques. « Je visite régulièrement des fermiers et des petits planteurs, histoire de comprendre la réalité de leurs expériences. » C’est ce qui lui a permis, par exemple, de traiter des mérites de la propagation in vitro du fruit à pain, d’évaluer l’évolution de la technique hyonique à Maurice ou encore de s’attaquer au gaspillage agricole. C’est à l’université de Maurice que Nawsheen découvre ce qui est aujourd’hui sa passion. « Après le collège, je ne savais pas quelles études choisir », raconte-t-elle. « Comme j’ai toujours aimé la nature, je me suis dit ‘pourquoi pas l’agriculture ?’ »

Détentrice depuis l’an dernier d’un Bsc Agriculture, elle se dit qu’elle a bien fait de « prendre ce risque ». Elle explique comment, à l’époque, tout le monde – y compris des professionnels de l’agriculture – la décourageait de suivre cette voie. Soutenue toutefois par ses parents, elle entame trois années très enrichissantes au campus de Réduit. « Au départ, la partie pratique était un vrai défi. On avait un terrain de 50 m² à cultiver, les fourches étaient lourdes, c’était fatigant. Et on n’arrêtait pas de me dire que je devenais trop bronzée ! » Mais petit à petit, elle y prend goût, notamment grâce à des stages volontaires à l’Agricultural Research & Extension Unit pendant ses vacances.

La jeune femme estime qu’il y a un problème de perception à surmonter pour que les jeunes s’intéressent à l’agriculture. « Nos grands-parents étaient laboureurs et pour nos parents, le succès était de pouvoir délaisser la terre. Aujourd’hui, avec les progrès technologiques, le secteur a beaucoup évolué mais les jeunes gardent toujours l’image d’un travail pénible, au soleil, dans la boue… » L’investissement des jeunes serait crucial, dit-elle, pour faire face aux grands changements que traverse le secteur agricole, à Maurice comme partout dans le monde. « Nous sommes entrés dans une phase de transition. Il faudra, d’ici 2050, augmenter de 70 % la production de nourriture et la faire devenir soutenable. » Un défi qui nécessite des compétences et des engagements.

Spécialisée dans l’extension agricole – c’est-à-dire le relais entre les laboratoires de recherche et les agriculteurs – Nawsheen Hosenally est aujourd’hui à l’entame de sa carrière professionnelle. Elle cumule pour le moment deux fonctions de consultante à temps partiel pour des organismes internationaux, le Food, Agriculture and Natural Resources Policy Analysis Network et la Platform for African – European Partnership in Agricultural Research for Development. Elle est également bénévole au sein de la Young Professionals’ Platform for Agricultural Research for Development. Une boulimie de travail au service d’une noble ambition : apporter sa pierre au développement de l’agriculture, à Maurice comme en Afrique.

 

Originally published by L'Express-Dimanche, 19/06/2012.

]]> Others news Tue, 19 Jun 2012 15:33:05 +0000 "Seeing Thoughts" - Video Competition http://ardyis.cta.int/en/news/other-news/item/143-seeing-thoughts-video-competition http://ardyis.cta.int/en/news/other-news/item/143-seeing-thoughts-video-competition

Competition process

The competition is an attempt to capture and showcase the voices of youth and their contribution to agriculture for development, whether in research, in production or assisting a community to develop a sustainable livelihood.

The project is divided into two distinct stages:

  1. Developing the story which would be captured in the video: the first phase of the project would be aimed at mentoring and guiding the selected participants to develop a story board capturing the themes mentioned on page;
  2. The selected storyboards would get mentoring support and some financial support from YPARD to capture the stories into documentaries of 4-6 minute maximum.

The final video entries would be showcased through YPARD website with the full profile of the finalists.

Prize: The first finalist would be fully supported to attend a regional conference on a topic related to agriculture of her/ his choice.

How to register

Download the registration form, fill it up (a formal signature is not required; you can simply tape your name), and email it back to info@ypard.net. Alternately, you could take a printout, fill up in block letters (to assure we could read all the details), scan it and send it to the email address given above.

Who can participate?

  • Anyone under the age of 40 years, active in agriculture for development (research, extension, production, community development, farming, etc.).
  • We are looking for a flare for communication through visuals and passion for communities and development. We also welcome young people from film or communications background with experience working with agro-communities and development.

The first level selection will be based on the registration form; in addition to age and background criteria.  The idea and concept will play a strong role in the selection process.

The competition is not for film making professionals; however if you are from film background with substantial experience in agriculture and development you may also apply.

The final selection will be made by a YPARD selection committee.  Finalists are expected to tell a good story as well as meeting the outlined selection criteria.

Important dates

  • Registration and form submission: May 10, 2012 by 1800 hrs GMT
  • Online mentoring for the storyboards: From June 01, 2012 to June 25, 2012
  • Storyboard finalization and submission: July 15, 2012
  • Announcement of results: July 25, 2012
  • Online mentoring for making final videos: From August 05, 2012 to August 20, 2012
  • Submission of the final film*: September 25, 2012
  • Final results*: October 05, 2012

*only for the finalists selected based on their storyboard submission

Selection criteria for stories and storyboard

  • Community, development and agriculture focus
  • Strength of the core message and a cohesive, focused storyline
  • How well it adheres to the themes and expresses the involved person’s/ communities voice

Technical considerations

For the story & storyboard:

  • The storyboards could be generated by drawing, collage or in digital format by combining images through photoshop/ other software
  • The storyboards must accompany the narration and the type of music (if any, such as light/ instrumental/ vocal etc.)
  • The frames of the story boards should not be more than 8 centimeters X 8 centimeters when printed. The story board must submitted digitally
  • The idea of the film, narration and the message needs to come through in the storyboard clearly.

For more details, download the full announcement. May you have any question, please write to info@ypard.net.

Download the registration form.

]]> Others news Fri, 27 Apr 2012 11:17:43 +0000 CTA - NEPAD Essay competition: Summary of winning essays and profiles of the authors http://ardyis.cta.int/en/activities/awards/item/138-cta-nepad-essay-competition-brochure http://ardyis.cta.int/en/activities/awards/item/138-cta-nepad-essay-competition-brochure

In the framework of the prize giving ceremony of the CTA - NEPAD youth Essay competition on ICT and entrepreneurship in agriculture, which took place in Addis Ababa on 28 March 2012, ARDYIS Project produced a brochure to present the winners and their essays.

You can download the brochure here (in PDF version).

For more information about the contest, please click here.

]]> Awards Mon, 16 Apr 2012 12:39:23 +0000 The YoBloCo Awards reward 14 ACP youth and institutions blogging on agriculture http://ardyis.cta.int/en/activities/awards/item/137-the-yobloco-awards-reward-14-acp-youth-and-institutions-blogging-on-agriculture http://ardyis.cta.int/en/activities/awards/item/137-the-yobloco-awards-reward-14-acp-youth-and-institutions-blogging-on-agriculture

The Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation ACP-EU (CTA) has just announced the winners of the first edition of the Youth in Agriculture Blog Competition (YoBloCo Awards).

Winners in the institutional category will receive each 3,000 Euros, while individual winners will receive up to 1,500 Euros. In addition, winners and runners-up selected (14 individuals and organizations) will attend an international conference, their blogs will be promoted and they will have the opportunity to be involved in other activities.

The blogs selected inform on initiatives and challenges of young people engaged in agriculture, on some current agricultural and rural development issues faced by stakeholders, and on how ICT can be used, or are being used, to enhance the sector. Through comments on their posts and interactions with the public, bloggers are raising more awareness on agricultural challenges and encouraging new youth interest in the ACP (Africa, Caribbean and Pacific countries).

The Youth in Agriculture Blog Competition (YoBloCo Awards) aims to bring into the limelight successes and challenges faced by youth engaged in agriculture, and to encourage the use of new ICTs by young farmers’ groups and organizations interested in the “youth in agriculture” question. It has offered the opportunity to highlight youth opportunities in agriculture and support the involvement young stakeholders.

The YoBloCo Awards have been an exciting experience for organizers and bloggers. Many bloggers and institutions are reporting increasing number of visitors, comments on their blogs and collaboration opportunities.

CTA and its partners warmly congratulate winners. They thank all the participants and the people (about 3,000) who voted and commented on blogs for making this pioneering experience a success! The competition was launched in July 2011 and 92 blogs were received. For the individual category, winners have been selected from 15 finalists identified following an online voting process. The public also commented on 22 institutional blogs.

The Awards have been organized in the framework of the ARDYIS Project, in collaboration with the Forum for Agricultural Research in Africa (FARA), African Network for Agriculture, Agroforestry and Natural Resources Education (ANAFE), Pacific Agriculture and Forestry Policy Network (PAFPNet), Caribbean farmers’ Network (CAFAN), Yam-Pukri association, African Youth Foundation (AYF).

For more information on winners, runners-up and their blogs please check this link http://ardyis.cta.int/en/activities/awards/item/136-results-yobloco/136-results-yobloco

 

]]> Awards Mon, 19 Mar 2012 08:44:05 +0000 Youthful innovation at Apps4Africa http://ardyis.cta.int/en/news/other-news/item/133-youthful-innovation-at-apps4africa http://ardyis.cta.int/en/news/other-news/item/133-youthful-innovation-at-apps4africa

Eric Mutta, Tanzania“Innovation works well for large companies, but it’s not so easy for a sole trader to gain recognition,” says Eric Mutta, a software designer whose latest app won him recognition in the Apps4Africa Climate Challenge. But it’s through youthful innovation that Africa will find long-term solutions to long-standing problems.

Rural farming communities and those whose livelihoods are directly impacted by the vagaries of climate change can benefit greatly from better use of ICTs in alleviating poverty and finding ways to farm sustainably. Not leaving the innovation to outsiders, developers and entrepreneurs across the Continent have been working on mobile and computer-based systems which tackle climate change in creative ways. This creativity was rewarded by the US Department of State’s Bureau of African Affairs in the Apps4Africa Climate Challenge. January 14th, 2012 saw the announcement of the East Africa winners of the competition at a colourful ceremony in Masindi, Uganda.

The winners

First place went to ‘The Grainy Bunch’ by 29 year old Eric Mutta of Tanzania for an application that has wide implications for nationwide food and economic security. It is a grain supply management system that monitors the purchase, storage, distribution and consumption of grain across the whole country. Mutta took up programming thirteen years ago and has steadily worked on ever more ambitious projects: from an sms-based mobile dating service which, at its peak in 2010 had 10 000 members, to his prize-winning Grainy Bunch.  “I’ve learnt that innovation works well for large companies, but it’s not so easy for a sole trader.” In the past, I had to spend a lot of time convincing people and explaining the significance of my apps. As they say: ‘a prophet receives no honour in his own home’, but my defiance has paid off.” With the US$15 000 prize money, he plans to hire a programmer and continue to develop apps that will solve problems in society. “I have to figure out how to turn $15 000 into $15 billion in fifteen years,” he chuckles.

The second place in the East Africa competition went to Kenya for the Mkulima Calculator which looks at climate and locality data to help farmers decide which crops to plant and when. The app focuses on the country’s most commonly grown crops: beans, maize, potatoes, rice, and wheat using national data published by the FAO. The climate data are from Nairobi Meteorological Centre’s records from 1940 to 2008.

In an interview with eLearning Africa, Jonathan Gosier, the Director of Product for SwiftRiver at Ushahidi and founder of AppAfrica said that he was impressed with the standard of entries received in the competition.  “We still have two months of the competition left for people in the Southern Africa region, but we had over two hundred applications in the West/Central and East Africa segments of the competition.” And it seems that those throwing their hats in the ring were not pretenders. “The standard was really high!” says Gosier. “About half the applications were more than just ideas; they were actually apps that entrants had developed, but we also accepted ideas.”

This was the case with the third prize, which was awarded to Agro Universe of Uganda. The mobile and web-based application serves as a marketplace for crops by linking communities in need with those who have the required produce. The team of ten has not yet developed the app, but with the $3000 prize money, it will be easier to turn the idea into reality.

The drive for home-grown solutions

It is important for climate change solutions and mitigation strategies to be formulated by Africans. Gosier explains, “Every country in the world has to figure out the best way to move forward during times of change and stress.  African countries are no different: They have a voice in their future. These solutions need to come from Africans because the proposed solutions need to consider the long-term impact on society as well as the short term gains. They also need to be sustainable, and unfortunately many of the solutions offered by foreign NGOs tend to be short term solutions in that they lack the element of sustainability that would give them long term impact.”

Picking the winners

Deciding which ICTs showed promise was no easy feat for the judging panel. Gosier explains that the committee was made up of technical experts, climate experts, social entrepreneurs and eco-activists from all over the world. The criteria which the judges sought in selecting the winners included the potential to scale the project beyond the country where it was developed, focusing on the theme of climate change and adaptation, and the impact that the application developer sought to achieve. The winning apps embody these ideals whilst simultaneously showcasing how young African developers are championing ICTs in creating sustainable solutions to today’s environmental challenges.

 

This article was originally published here: http://www.elearning-africa.com/eLA_Newsportal/youthful-innovation-at-apps4africa/
]]> Others news Fri, 03 Feb 2012 11:59:08 +0000 Photo and Essay Competitions - NEPAD Agency - CTA (Deadline extended to 25 September 2011 for North Africa) http://ardyis.cta.int/en/news/project-news/item/111-photo-and-essay-competition http://ardyis.cta.int/en/news/project-news/item/111-photo-and-essay-competition

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NB : The deadline to submit entries has been extended to 25 September 2011 for North African entrants. For the other African regions, sufficient entries has been received and the contest is closed.

The New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD) Agency and the Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation ACP-EU (CTA) have joined forces in celebrating NEPAD’s 10th Anniversary. The two institutions are jointly organising within this framework two competitions:

  • An essay competition on the theme “Looking at ICTs and entrepreneurship in agriculture and rural development through the eyes of women and the youth”. The competition is open to young African people, between 18 and 35 years. Students, journalists, and young entrepreneurs, are particularly encouraged to participate. Each winner will win EUR 1000 and participate in the celebration of NEPAD’s 10th Anniversary! For more information, read the announcement of the essay competition here.
  • A photo competition on the theme: “Looking at ICTs, agriculture and climate change in Africa through the eyes of women and the youth”. This competition is open to amateur and professional African photographers. The winners will receive a prize trophy of EUR 800 and have the opportunity to join the NEPAD’s 10th Anniversary! More information are available on the announcement of the photo competition here.

Entries will be submitted in English or French. The Awards recognize excellence across a number of categories (one targeting particularly women). The competitions aim notably to contribute to reflecting over the advancement of  the African development agenda and to recognize young talents.

NB: Download the announcements in pdf directly here:

]]> Project news Wed, 27 Jul 2011 13:58:00 +0000 ESSAY COMPETITION:“Looking at ICTs and agriculture in Africa through the eyes of women and the youth” http://ardyis.cta.int/en/news/project-news/item/109-essay-cta-nepad http://ardyis.cta.int/en/news/project-news/item/109-essay-cta-nepad

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Deadline extended to 25 September 2011 for North Africa



Enter the competition to win EUR 1000 and join NEPAD’s 10th Anniversary!

The New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD) Agency and the Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation ACP-EU (CTA) have joined forces in celebrating NEPAD’s 10th Anniversary. It is within this context of reflecting over the advancement of  the African development agenda, that the two institutions are jointly organising an essay competition under the theme; “Looking at ICTs and entrepreneurship in agriculture and rural development through the eyes of women and the youth”.

This contest also falls in the framework of CTA activities on Youth, Women and ICTs. In line with these objectives, CTA and the NEPAD Agency are searching for enthusiastic African young (writers, journalists and other youth), who want to demonstrate their abilities by examining these issues.

The Awards recognize excellence across a number of categories centred on the attraction, retention and progression of youth, women’s and African talents to further the African development agenda.

1. Who can participate

The competition is open to young people, men and women between 18 and 35 years of African nationality. Students, journalists and young entrepreneurs (from the civil society or private sector), men or women, are particularly encouraged to participate. Entries will be submitted in English or French.

A. 1st category: Women and ICT in agriculture

This category is open to both young men and women. Candidate must write a story, in the format of an essay, on an African woman working in the agricultural sector, who has used ICTs in her professional businesses (for example: use of mobile phones for the marketing of horticultural products, use of mobile applications for the access to/or the dissemination of strategic information, innovative use of computer for the traceability of livestock, mixed use of internet and radio for extension, etc.).
The text submitted must provide clear information on:

  • The profile of the woman whose story is told (background, studies if any, expertise in agriculture and if applicable in ICTs, etc.);
  • The kind of business she is involved in;
  • Description of the use of ICT implemented: what ICT tool(s) have been used; for what purpose; how it has/they have been used; costs incurred; service provider of the tool(s) (if applicable); difficulties met; results achieved; how far has/have the tool(s) used contributed to increased yields or revenues of the business or stakeholders targeted (if it’s the case)? How far have the tooI(s) used contributed to an increase of access to strategic?  Lessons learned; etc.
  • Analysis by the entrant of the use of the tool(s) by the woman whose story is told: how far is it/are they appropriate to the problem(s) being addressed; are there alternate tools that can be used to better address the problem faced or to reach the aim targeted, limits of the use of the tool(s); how far is this use replicable, etc;
  • References or documents (web links, articles, publications, etc.) illustrating the work of the woman or supporting the arguments developed by the entrant in his/her essay.

B. 2nd category: Youth and ICT in agriculture

This category is open to both young men and women. Candidate must write a story, in the format of an essay, on a young African professional working in the agricultural sector, a man or a woman, who has used ICTs in his/her professional businesses (for example: use of mobile phones for the marketing of horticultural products, use of mobile applications for the access to or the dissemination of strategic information, innovative use of computer for the traceability of livestock, mixed use of internet and radio for extension, etc.).
The text submitted must provide clear information on:

  • The profile of the youth whose story is told (background, studies if any, expertise in agriculture and if applicable in ICTs, etc.);
  • The kind of business he/she is involved in (it can activities in civil society organizations or in private businesses);
  • Description of the ICT use implemented: what ICT tool(s) have been used; for what purpose; how it has/they have been used; costs incurred; service provider of the tool(s) (if applicable); difficulties met; results achieved; how far has/have the tool(s) used contributed to increased yields or revenues of the business or stakeholders targeted (if it’s the case)? How far have the tooI(s) used contributed to an increase of access to strategic? Lessons learned by the youth; etc.
  • Analysis by the entrant of the use of the tool(s) by the youth: how far is it/are they appropriate to the problem(s) being addressed; are there alternate tools to better address the problem faced or reach the aim targeted, limits of the use of the tool(s) by the young entrepreneur; how far is this use replicable, etc;
  • References or documents (web links, articles, publications, etc.) illustrating the work of the young person or supporting the arguments developed by the entrant in his/her essay.

In this category, the person whose activities are presented must also be a young person, a man or a woman.

For both categories, the length of the essay submitted must be comprised between 1,200 and 1,500 words (without the references or bibliography). Applicants must submit their entry in French or English.

2. Selection process

An international panel of judges, made up of experts in ICT and in agriculture will be set up to review entries and select winners. Pre-selected candidates may be interviewed remotely prior to the final selection.

3. Prizes

For each African Region (Central Africa, East Africa, North Africa, Southern Africa, West Africa) the best essay of each category will receive a prize of EUR 1000.
The winners will be informed by mid-September 2011. They will be invited to attend the NEPAD’s 10th Anniversary award ceremony in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, to receive their prizes.
Apart from winning entries, other best essays will also be promoted by the organizers, through various online and off-line channels, and also during the meeting organized by the NEPAD Agency in October 2011.

4. Deadlines

  • Applications should be sent to CTA by email (see addresses in section 7 below) by 31 August 2011 (Deadline extended to 25 September 2011 for North Africa)
  • The winners will be announced mid September 2011
  • Winners will receive their prize in October 2011 during a NEPAD Agency event.

5. Selection criteria

The main selection criteria for the written essays are:

  • Originality of the use;
  • Relevance of the usage to development challenges;
  • Personal vision of the entrant in his/her arguments;
  • Potential for replicability of the experience or solutions;
  • Quality of language (engaging writing style, good spelling and grammar, etc.);
  • Presence of bibliography and/or other relevant references;
  • Respect of the prescribed format (number of words: between 1,200 and 1,500 words (without the references or bibliography);
  • Respect of the requirements of the category in which the essay is submitted.

6. Documents to be submitted

All applications should include the following documents:

  • The essay in Word format; a cover page will be included and on this page, the category for which the essay is submitted must be clearly indicated;
  • A short biographical note (to introduce the applicant), including his/her full contact details (email address, telephone number(s), postal address, town, country, etc.) - no more than 1 page;
  • A scanned photocopy of the applicant’s identification card (a card on which the date of birth is mentioned).

Only one entry will be submitted per category; the same entry cannot be submitted for both categories.

7. Contact details

  • To submit entries:

All applications should be sent simultaneously to the following two addresses:
essay-contest2011@cta.int and ictprogramme@gmail.com.

While sending the applications, the subject of the e-mail should be “Entry for the essay competition”.

  • General information on the competition

Email : essay-contest2011@cta.int ;
Tel : +31 (0)317 467 102 (CTA – Netherlands)

8. Other rules for participation

a) A essay which received an award during another competition cannot be submitted;

b) The NEPAD Agency and the CTA reserve the right to disqualify any entry if it does not meet the contest criteria and present regulations;

c) By entering, participants warrant that their entry materials are original and do not infringe on any third party's rights;

d) Entry to the contest constitutes an agreement to allow the NEPAD Agency and CTA to make, if necessary, articles, name, occupation and state of residence of applicants, public. In addition it constitutes an agreement to allow CTA and the NEPAD Agency to use submitted texts in its publications and in the framework of promotional activities. Applicants will retain ownership and all other rights to future use of their texts;

e) The NEPAD Agency and CTA will not return submitted articles to their authors;

f) CTA and the NEPAD Agency‘s staff and their immediate family members are excluded from the contest.

g) All local taxes and fees on prizes are the sole responsibility of the winner;

h) If, for any reason, the competition is not completed as planned, the NEPAD Agency and CTA reserves the right at its sole discretion to cancel, terminate, modify or suspend it;

i) The decisions made by the panel of judges, the NEPAD Agency and CTA are final and beyond dispute;

j) All participants in this contest implicitly accept the rules presented in this document.

 

What do we mean by ICTs?

UNESCO defines ICTs as the ”new or advanced technologies that enhance the dissemination or creation of information and communication”.  In the same line of thought, ICTs include, within the framework of this contest, all “new” information and communication technologies (Internet, mobile phones, computers, Global Positioning Systems (GPS), etc.), associated or not with “traditional” communication technologies (such as radio, television, written press, video, etc.). Entries submitted should not deal exclusively with the use of traditional information technologies (traditional radio, video, etc.).

Read this annoucement in pdf format here.

 

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