Due date: May 3, 2017
Irish Aid and The Irish Times have signed up again to further striving for, rising and set up essayists, to observe Africa Day 2017! The short story and verse rivalry, which is in its third year, tries to find new composition ability, and also feature set up scholars. Intrigued? Here’s the means by which to get included:
Authors are welcome to present a short story or sonnet with an African subject, set in either Ireland or Africa. The Irish Times and Irish Aid are searching for passages in three classes:
Elementary school (most extreme word number 250 words)
Secondary school (most extreme word number 1,000 words)
Grown-up (most extreme word check 2,000 words)
The triumphant sections will be distributed on www.irishtimes.com on Sunday, 21st May, an indistinguishable day from the lead Africa Day occasion in Dublin. Victors will get a determination of books to the estimation of €50 each. There will likewise be a photographic introduction at The Irish Times.
Open yearning for, developing and set up authors
Entries for all classifications can be made by means of email to email@example.com, putting “Writing Competition” in the title, or by post to “Africa Day Writing Competition, DHR Communications, 80 Francis Street, Dublin 8”. Entries for the grown-up and optional school class must be written. Passages for the elementary school classification might be written by hand.
For more data, visit Africa Day 2017 Writing Competition.
For more inquiries about admissions and visas to study abroad, send an email firstname.lastname@example.org or call: +2347037293057, +2348125835476