Transparency International is currently hosting the Capture Corruption global photo competition, to reveal the negative effects of corruption.
Participants are invited to submit photos that show how corruption affects people’s lives and illustrate the negative effects that corruption has on their world.
There are two (2) competition categories – based on participant’s age – for each of which three (3) winners will be announced. The first prize winner in each category will be invited on a paid trip to Malaysia to participate in the 16th International Anti-Corruption Conference (2-4 September 2015) and to participate in a Thomson Reuters Foundation Photo Journalist course.
The photographic work of all winners and seven runners-up in each category will be published on the Transparency International website and the Thomson Reuters Foundation website.
Whether you’re a student who photographs as a hobby, a professional photographer or are just looking for inspiration to use your new camera – you are encouraged to apply.
The Capture Corruption competition is organized by Transparency International in partnership with the Thomson Reuters Foundation (TRF) and the International Anti-Corruption Conference (IACC) series.