Call of Humanity Cartoons Competition - UK2024
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Call of Humanity Cartoons Competition - UK2024

 

In a world where millions are displaced, seeking safety and a sense of belonging, the Humanity Cartoons Competition 2024 becomes a platform for artists to extend a message of hope and inclusivity. We urge contributors to envision a world where neighborhoods transform into spaces of welcome and acceptance, where simple gestures forge connections and foster a sense of community. This initiative is not just an artistic contest; it’s a call to action for solidarity, to make our global home a nurturing, safe, and sustainable environment for everyone. Through your art, share visions of a world united in its diversity, embracing the challenges of our time with compassion and creativity. Join us in making a statement that transcends boundaries, one cartoon at a time.

Terms and Conditions

1. Theme: ‘Peace and Unity’ and ‘Our Home’

The Humanity Cartoons Competition 2024 seeks artwork that encapsulates the themes of ‘Peace and Unity’ as well as the notion of ‘Our Home’. Artists are invited

to create works that explore the diverse communities we call home, celebrating shared values and connections. This competition is a clarion call for art that

resonates with harmony, offers solace, and weaves the global narrative of camaraderie and coexistence.

2. Eligibility:

The competition is open to all individuals aged 16 and over, except for Time to Help (UK) employees and their immediate families. The cartoon must be an original creation – no copyrighted material may be used.

3. Submission period:

The competition will begin on 20/02/2024 and ends on 15/05/2024. Entries received after the end of the submission period will not be

considered.

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4. How to enter:

To enter the competition, individuals must submit a cartoon on the subject of refugees. The cartoon must be original and created by the individual submitting it. The cartoon must not contain violence, profanity, sex or direct attacks on individuals or organisations that surpasses the limits of legitimate criticism. Any entries deemed offensive will be immediately disqualified.

The cartoon(s) must be submitted as a high-resolution JPEG/PNG/PDF. Entries should be submitted via https://humanitycartoons.com along with a completed entry form.

5. Exclusive Artwork:

Participants agree that any cartoon submitted to this competition must be original and previously unpublished. Additionally, participants

agree not to use the same artwork for submission to any other competitions during the duration of this competition and until winners are officially announced.

6. Originality of Artwork:

In the spirit of fostering genuine creativity and innovation, we emphasise that all submissions to the Humanity Cartoons Competition 2024 must be the original work of the entrant. Artworks should not be copies or significantly inspired by existing pieces, ensuring each submission represents the unique perspective and creativity of its creator. We encourage participants to explore their own ideas and experiences as sources of inspiration, crafting pieces that are not only original in execution but also in concept. This commitment to originality not only upholds the integrity of the competition but also respects the intellectual property rights of artists worldwide.

7. Rights granted by entrant: By submitting an entry to the competition, the entrant grants Time to Help (UK) a non-exclusive, royalty-free, worldwide licence to use, display, and distribute the entry in any media for any purpose, including for promotion and advertising of the competition and Time to Help (UK).

8. Prizes:

The competition’s winner will receive.

● First Place: $1000

● Second Place: $750

● Third Place: $500

● Fourth Place: $250

● Fifth Place: $100

● Jurys’ Special: $100

The winner will be notified by email on the first week of June 2024.

● Payment will be made to the winner(s) of the competition within 30 days of the announcement of the winner(s).

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● Payment will be made via bank transfer or PayPal, at the organiser’s discretion.

The winner(s) will be responsible for providing the necessary bank account or PayPal information for payment.

● If the winner(s) is/are unable to provide the necessary bank account or PayPal information, the organiser reserves the right to disqualify the winner(s) and select an alternate winner(s).

● The winner(s) will be responsible for paying any taxes or fees associated with the receipt of the prize.

● The organiser will not be responsible for any loss or damage to the prize in transit or during delivery.

● By accepting the prize, the winner(s) agrees to allow the organiser to use their name and image in promotional materials.

● Any disputes arising out of or related to the competition or these payment terms and conditions will be resolved by the laws of England and Wales by the

jurisdiction of the courts of England and Wales.

9. Judging: Entries will be judged by a panel of judges selected by Time to Help (UK).The judges’ decisions are final, and no correspondence will be entered into.

10. Miscellaneous: Time to Help (UK) reserves the right to modify or cancel the contest or any of the arrangements, schedules, plans or other items directly or indirectly related to the competition at any time and for any reason if deemed necessary.

Participation in the contest, including being selected to have your cartoon considered for inclusion in the final presentation, in no manner constitutes an

endorsement or support by Time to Help (UK) of the candidates’ views or aims or of any products or services.

11. Usage of the name and logo: Candidates shall not advertise or claim to have obtained any such endorsement or support. Time to Help (UK) name and logo are the property of Time to Help (UK) and should not be used in any manner whatsoever without the prior consent of Time to Help (UK). Time to Help (UK) must approve in writing any statement, advertisement, press release or similar communication in any media relating to candidates’ participation in the

competition.

12. General Terms:

Time to Help (UK) reserves the right to alter or cancel the competition or any associated events if necessary. The use of Time to Help’s name or logo by

participants without prior written consent is prohibited. These terms and conditions are subject to change without prior notice.

13. Community Engagement:

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The Humanity Cartoons Competition 2024 seeks to foster a vibrant community engagement through various platforms. We plan to showcase submitted artworks in online galleries and physical exhibitions, allowing public interaction and appreciation of global talents. Additionally, we aim to leverage social media

campaigns to highlight notable entries, encouraging public discussions and shares to amplify the themes of ‘Peace and Unity’.

We’re considering incorporating a public voting mechanism for a ‘People’s Choice Award’, enabling the community to actively participate in celebrating the power of art to unite and inspire (this needs to be confirmed). Through these initiatives, we aim to connect artists, audiences, and the broader community in a meaningful dialogue about the importance of solidarity and belonging in today’s world.

14. Accessibility:

We are committed to ensuring the Humanity Cartoons Competition 2024 is fully accessible to everyone, including participants with disabilities. We have designed our submission process to accommodate a variety of needs, providing alternative formats and assistance upon request. Our website and submission portals adhere to accessible web design principles, ensuring ease of navigation and interaction for people with visual, auditory, motor, or cognitive disabilities.

We encourage participants requiring specific accommodations to contact us directly (cartoon@timetohelp.org.uk), so we can facilitate their participation and ensure an inclusive and equitable competition experience for all.

15. About US:

The “Humanity Cartoons” competition is organised by Dialogue Society, Human

Rights Solidarity and Time to Help (UK).

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