CGMH Photo Contest: "What does wellbeing mean to you?"

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CGMH Photo Contest: "What does wellbeing mean to you?"

The Centre for Global Mental Health are thrilled to launch a photo contest open to people across the world. The aim of the contest is to raise awareness of mental health issues and encourage discussion of how wellbeing can be promoted. 

We have an excellent line-up of judges involved in the contest, including Witness Change, a visual storytelling NGO. For more information on the judging panel please click here.

Theme

The theme of the contest is “what does wellbeing mean to you?”

We want you to show us how you personally define wellbeing. What brings you happiness, comfort or helps you maintain a peaceful state of mind? 

Prizes

There are three cash prizes up for grabs:
1st Place: £100
2nd place: £50
3rd place: £30

How to enter

To participate in the photography competition you should:

 

If you have any questions please contact us on cgmhphotocontest2017@gmail.com

 

 

Contest entry deadline extension

 

We are delighted to announce that the contest deadline has been extended to Friday 1st December 2017.

Best of luck!

CGMH Photo Contest Winners Announced!

BLOG: CGMH Photo Contest Winners Announced!

On World Health Day 2017 the Centre for Global Mental Health launched a photo contest, themed: 

                            “What does wellbeing mean to you?"

Our aim was to raise awareness of mental health issues and encourage discussion around wellbeing at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, and beyond and entries were received from eleven countries worldwide. To judge the photo contest we recruited the help of professional photographers, global mental health experts, including Dr Alex Cohen, Mark Fletcher, Professor Ricardo Araya and Witness Change, a visual storytelling non-profit organisation.

After a two-phase judging procedure, it is our pleasure to announce the CGMH Photo Contest 2017 winners and winning photos in this blog.