Fabian Demicoli

International Photo Competition


Europe Direct Firenze has announced
the International Photo Competition EAT
IN EUROPE 2013. This year, the main themes are "food" and "nutrition".

The main purpose of the competition
is to promote an active reflection on the importance and the value of food in
European societies, which are apparently highly evolved, but often have to face
up to serious problems, such as general food wasting, undernourishment and
malnutrition.

Special attention will be paid not
only to the photos, but also to cooking recipes from the countries which are
allowed to participate in the contest: member States of the European Union,
countries of the basin of the Mediterranean (Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Jordan,
Libya, Lebanon, Morocco, Palestine, Syria, Tunisia and Turkey), the Balkans,
Norway, Iceland and Switzerland. Futher information can be found http://www.edfirenze.eu/2013/03/eat-in-europe-photo-con/

 

 

Photos
have to be sent exclusively by email to 
later than 23.59 of 30th of April 2013.

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