As part of Lions Live in June, Lions Live challenged under 30s with a brief in partnership with the World Food Programme.
It was free to enter, and nearly 1,000 young adlanders entered. It was such a success, Lions Live plan to run a second competition during Lions Live this week.
This time the brief is straight-forward. Create a campaign that persuades policymakers to integrate creativity into the education of those aged 12+.
With an open deliverable, entries can range from films to print ads, social executions and anything else!
The full brief will be launching on Friday 23rd and will be available to view on canneslions.com.
The competition is open to all aged between 18 – 30 yrs old, students or working professionals, and the winners will receive a year’s free access to The Work.
Launch – 23 October
Deadline – 2 November [23:59 GMT]
Winners announced – 23 November
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