The CeMIS International Photo Competition 2016:
"INEQUALITY AND DIVERSITY IN CONTEMPORARY INDIA (AND THE INDIAN DIASPORA)"
Cultural and social difference and inequality characterise contemporary India. Inequalities of income, education, wealth, opportunity and health are intertwined with forms of social difference and diversity, including gender, sexuality, caste, and religious affiliation.
The competition therefore calls for pictures which engage with or illustrate inequality and/or diversity in contemporary India or the Indian diaspora.
The competition is open to everyone over 18 years old!
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