Calling all you budding artists and designers out there, we are accepting logo designs for the official Shoot4Peace campaign!

 

Shoot4Peace is an international movement using sport as an instrument to promote human rights and social justice.

 

Shoot4Peace will bring six teams of war-affected children from Myanmar, Syria, Palestine, Sudan, Democratic Republic of the Congo, and Colombia to the World Cup in Brazil in May 2014. Leading an innovative international dialogue, these children will speak, through the global language of football, to launch a campaign calling for war-affected children's rights to be recognized and upheld.

Organized by the Nukanti Foundation for Children and Fundación 10.12.48, Shoot4Peace will implement projects targeted at access to quality education and income generating activities for war-affected youth in their respective countries following the World Cup 2014.

 

 

Enter to win by April 4th, 2013

and have your logo design featured as the official logo for the Shoot4Peace campaign!

 

Please visit the project page at http://nukantifoundation.org/en/projects/shoot4peace

for contest details and submission instructions.

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