PERL Media competition winners 2013
PERL Media competition winners 2013

Totile Levandauskaite from Lithuania won first place in the PERL magazine/press article competition. Winners of the photo competition were James Phillip and Abdi Ali from Tanzania. A Bulgarian group won the video competition with their video “Watch!” and Mani Mehrvarz from Poland won with his video “A Spark of Hope for the Past”


The competition’s theme was:

It’s time! Be informed and take action

Moving towards more responsible lifestyles

 

This year PERL organised not only a magazine/press article, photograph and video competitions for students. They also organised a video competition for independent filmmakers. New this year was also the student photo competition. 

The winners of the 2013 PERL media competition were announced at the PERL Collective workgroup meeting in April 2014 in Sligo, Ireland. The winning video of the student video competition was shown to over 70 PERL partners attending the meeting.

After receiving a number of entries to all categories the following winners were choosen:

 

The winners of the magazine/press article are:

1st prize is awarded to Totile Levandauskaite from Lithuania with her article: How the 21st Century Consumes Us

2nd prize is awarded to Damjan Vinko and Tina Orešnik from Slovenia with their article: Now is the time to live sustainably!

3rd prize is awarded to Bernard Alaka from Kenya with his article: A LEADER’S DIARY IN KENYA

 

The winner of the photo competition is awarded to:

James Phillip and Abdi Ali from Tanzania with their photo “The Globe Roundabout”, Nairobi Kenya. 

The winner of the student video competition is awarded to:

A group by Ivomira Kurteva, Lynbomir Lozev, Dilyan Elenov and Veronika Krasteva from Bulgaria with their video “Watch!”

The winner for the independent filmmaker is awarded to:

Mani Mehrvarz from Poland with his video “A Spark of Hope for the Past”

 

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The winner of the photo competition: James Phillip and Abdi Ali from Tanzania with their photo “The Globe Roundabout”, Nairobi Kenya.