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Call for Applications: Through The Lens: Capturing Our Solidarity With The Palestinian People

The Islamic Cooperation Youth Forum (ICYF) is inviting Muslim youth from around the world to take part in the ‘Through The Lens: Capturing Our Solidarity With The Palestinian People’ online project to capture and share their support for Palestine through pictures by uploading their pictures showing how they are standing in solidarity with Palestine, whether through peaceful protests, acts of kindness, cultural expressions, or any other means of advocacy.

Rules and Regulations :

By participating in and sharing their pictures, participants acknowledge that they possess full rights to the material and grant the Islamic Cooperation Youth Forum (ICYF) permission to share, distribute, and promote the content on the website, as well as other ICYF platforms and partner platforms. It is important to note that participants should only share content that they captured themselves and hold copyrights to. Reuploading content that they did not capture or have copyrights to is strictly prohibited. This ensures the integrity of the project and respects the intellectual property rights of all individuals involved.

Format and Nature of Material

To ensure that your pictures are considered for publishing, please adhere to the following guidelines:

  • Content Standards: Ensure that your material does not contain any obscene language, hate speech, or symbols.
  • Resolution and Format: Submit high-resolution images in a horizontal format.
  • Originality: Only share pictures that you have captured yourself and hold the copyrights to. Do not submit content that has been copied or taken from other sources.
  • Relevance: Ensure that your pictures align with the theme of solidarity with the Palestinian people. Images should depict acts of support, empathy, or advocacy related to the Palestinian cause.
  • Clarity: Submit clear and well-composed photographs that effectively convey your message. Avoid overly edited or heavily filtered images that may distort the intended meaning.
  • Respect for Privacy: Obtain consent from individuals featured in your photographs, especially if they are recognizable. Respect the privacy and dignity of the people depicted in your images.

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