Campaign India Team
Feb 07, 2014

Campaign For Dignity attracts over 250 entries from the region

Judging in Mumbai on 8 February; Awards night on 1 March 2014

Campaign For Dignity attracts over 250 entries from the region

The first edition of the Campaign for Dignity print ad competition has attracted over 250 entries, from India and other South Asian countries including Pakistan. Entries to the competition closed on 6 February 2014.

The brief was to create a print ad that encourages treating the elderly with dignity. This is a joint initiative of Dignity Foundation and Campaign India.

Judging for the competition will be held in Mumbai on 8 February. The awards night will be hosted on 1 March 2014, also in Mumbai.

View the jury, contest details and more at http://campaignfordignity.weebly.com.

Source:
Campaign India

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