The “Justice for Me” pre-campaign is an international exhibition that welcomes stories about issues that impact disenfranchised youth. Before creating a story for submission, please read of all the eligibility criteria, rules, and FAQs. We are eager to review your submission and wish you good luck!
Justice for me
The purpose of the “Justice for Me” pre-campaign is to shine a light on artists from around the world on what justice means to them. Through art and storytelling, youth bring awareness to critical issues they face locally and globally as well as activate audiences to do something about it! Each piece accepted and exhibited – via the SDG 18 Voices journal – is to give the audience a better understanding of the capacity to unite communities and to communicate in a way that is inclusive of language and art.
This pre-campaign expands on our PeaceTones® model. The technological, legal, and human rights framework PeaceTones® generated at the Justice Layer of the Internet provides the tools, standards and processes that can be deployed instantly to world crisis points and affected individuals deprived of identity, credentials, and economic sustainability. Just as music and video can be produced, verified, and distributed by the remote reach of the internet, so too can artists of all disciplines and ages let their voices be heard through the Justice Layer. This is especially important for those disenfranchised and vulnerable, namely the youth living in fragile states.
We are now accepting submissions for the 2021 Justice for Me pre-campaign!
The Justice for Me pre-campaign is an international exhibition that welcomes stories about issues that impact disenfranchised youth. Before creating a story for submission, please read of all the eligibility criteria, rules, and FAQs. We are eager to review your submission and wish you good luck!
1. Essays and art must focus on one of our topic areas listed here. Categories may include the following: digital identity, climate change, internet access, education, youth & refugees, global development issues, technology, the U.N. Sustainable Development Goals and related topics, and redefining justice.
2. We accept every type of filmmaking form and style; whether animation or live-action, documentary or narrative.
3. Submissions must be from individuals ages 13 to 30 years old at the submission date. That means that scripts, storyboards, directing, cinematography, editing, lyrics, musical accompaniment, etc., must be done by people who meet this age requirement. Actors can be any age.
4. Essays and art must be original works that have not yet been sold, screened, or distributed elsewhere for compensation.
5. Essays and art must be submitted by the deadline to qualify. No late submissions will be accepted.
6. In your submissions, please add a note that lists at least two organizations that are working on solutions to the issue(s) that you address.
7. If your submissions contain any graphic content, include a warning near the beginning. InternetBar.org and Global Futurist Initiative has full discretion about accepting art, particularly in instances where film submissions contain nudity, profanity, violence, or sexually explicit content.