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National Institute of Urban Affairs – National Photography Competition

National Institute of Urban Affairs - National Photography Competition

National Institute of Urban Affairs – National Photography Competition

About National Institute of Urban Affairs – National Photography Competition

 

National Institute of Urban Affairs, with support from Bernard van Leer Foundation, is implementing the ‘Infant, Toddler and Caregiver-Friendly Neighbourhoods (ITCN) Capacity Building Programme’ focused on city officials and young professionals. The Programme is anchored by the Inclusive Cities Centre (ICC) at NIUA and aims at addressing the development needs of the cities’ youngest citizens, below the age of six years, and their caregivers through planning and development interventions at Neighbourhood level on a city-wide scale.

 

Young children and their caregivers especially pregnant mothers are among the most vulnerable groups to the negative impacts urban systems can have on human health. Young children face many problems as public spaces are often designed being inconsiderate about the special needs of a young child. The ITCN Capacity Building Programme aims to build an ideal neighborhood where young children may feel comfortable, explore, play, and engage with their built and natural surroundings

 

The ITCN Capacity Building Programme is planning to launch the “National Photography Competition” to achieve the following objectives:

 

* To raise awareness and sensitize people on the challenges faced by young children and their caregivers in urban setting.

 

* To highlight some good practices in the country to make our cities young child friendly.

 

* To advocate for the concerns of the young children to promote early childhood development.

 

Theme

 

Through my eyes- Do our cities accommodate happy spaces for young children and their caregivers?

 

Who can participate

 

Urban practitioners, students, caregivers & keen observers.

 

Request for photographs

 

When we make our communities better place for young children, we make them better place for all. With this thought, we request all of you to capture how friendly or unfriendly your city is for young children and their caregivers. This may be depicted through capturing challenges, good practices, curious observations or anything that arises the concern or makes you appreciate the effort towards young children (0-6 year) and caregivers.

 

Timelines

 

Queries timeline : 15 September 2022

Submission timeline : 15 October 2022

Result declaration : 30 October 2022

 

For more details refer the Official Publihser

 

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