Have you ever thought about what you can do to make the world a better place for women? Enter our video competition and you could join decision-makers from around the world in London at the 2017 Chatham House International Policy Forum on 10-11 July 2017.

24 April 2017

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Are you aged between 18 and 25? Have you ever thought about what you can do to make the world a better place for women? Enter our video competition and you could join decision-makers from around the world in London to discuss gender equality at the 2017 Chatham House International Policy Forum on 10-11 July 2017.

What you need to do

  • Create your own video of no longer than one minute explaining what you would do and the impact you think it would have
  • Upload your video to YouTube by 5 June 2017 - only video submissions via YouTube will be eligible for consideration. However, given restricted access to YouTube in certain areas, format such as YouKu and QQvideo will also be accepted
  • Ensure your video is set to Public for viewing
  • Fill out this official entry form and send it to [email protected]

Please note, only the contents of the video will be used in the selection process. No additional information will be considered by the judging panel.

To sign up for an account on YouTube, please visit http://www.youtube.com/create_account

What we are looking for

Your video should explore ideas or actions which would make the world a better place for women around the world. It should explain why it is important for all of us - regardless of gender - that the world becomes a better place for women and what you would do to make sure that it becomes that way.

Remember you have only one minute to grab attention, so try to focus on something meaningful such as a unique idea, experience, or recommendation.

Make sure we can hear and see you clearly, but don't spend time rephrasing the question or introducing yourself. 

Please read the competition rules carefully and follow each one.

Good luck and please share with friends, using the hashtag #SheCanWeCan

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