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The People & Planet International Photo Competition


Monday, 14th July 2008 at 3:50 pm
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A national Not for Profit group called People & Planet, is looking for photographs of people, places and things which tell a story about social justice or environment issues.

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The People & Planet International Photo Competition
Monday, 14th July 2008 at 3:50 pm

A national Not for Profit group called People & Planet, is looking for photographs of people, places and things which tell a story about social justice or environment issues.

The best 55 images will be published in the 2009 edition of the People & Planet: Social Justice & Environment Diary. Entries close 25th July, 2008.

The sale of the diary raises money for many of Australia’s small social justice and environmental organisations.

People & Planet is a joint project of 35 community organisations from around Australia and the diary is printed on recycled paper using Australia’s only carbon-neutral printer using vegetable based oils.

For any Not for profits wanting to join in the diary project visit www.peopleandplanet.org.au




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