Spring writing competition

Ceasefire Centre for Civilian Rights is delighted to announce our first Spring Writing Competition!
The competition involves the submission of a 1,000-word opinion or comment piece on one of the following questions:

  1. In what way could a rights-based approach affect the situation of civilians in armed-conflict zones?
  2. How is accountability important in situations of armed conflict?
  3. “The Human Rights Act 1998 was not designed to apply to armed conflicts overseas.” Discuss.

To enter, please donate £5 to Ceasefire on donate and send your entry to fundraising@ceasefire.org with a receipt of your donation.

Deadline: May 1st.

The winning piece will receive a voucher for a dinner for two and the submission will be published on Ceasefire’s website alongside a brief profile on the author.

For any questions concerning the competition, please email fundraising@ceasefire.org.

We look forward to reading your entries!

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