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Sunday 21 January 2024

World Wildlife Day International Youth Art Contest

IFAW is excited to announce the World Wildlife Day (WWD) 2024 International Youth Art Contest in partnership with the Secretariat of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)!

2024 World Wildlife Day theme
“Connecting People and Planet: Exploring Digital Innovation in Wildlife Conservation”

As we face a time of mass species extinction, partnerships and joint action are even more critical to saving thousands of species. This year’s art contest will focus on people working together to protect and conserve endangered and threatened species—from community members, to scientists, to wildlife groups, organizations, and governments.

The contest is open to youth artists aged 4-18. 

How to Participate? 
  • Choose a species whose survival has been assisted by people working together in partnership to prevent its extinction. 
  • Once the artist has decided on a species, they may depict it as an individual animal portrait or in its native habitat.
  • Submit your entry
This is an opportunity for youth to not only learn more about animals but also the power of people working together for a common cause. 
All contestants have from Monday, January 9th through Monday, February 6th, 2024, to submit their work. All entries must be submitted electronically. 
The winning entry will be presented at the official WWD event on March 4, 2024.

Participation in the Contest is free of charge.

Following the end of the Submission Period (by 11:59p.m. GMT on February 6, 2024), the panel will select up to 12 (twelve) finalists (each, a “Finalist”). From the 12 finalists, there will be 
one (1) Best of Age Group Winner selected for each of the following age groupings: 4-6 years of age; 7-10 years of age; 11-14 years of age; and 15-18 years of age (“Best of Age Group Winner”).
 In addition, there will be one Grand Prize Winner (the “Grand Prize Winner”) selected from the Best of Age Group Winners, regardless of age. 
All Finalists and the Grand Prize Winner will have their artwork featured on the IFAW website by World Wildlife Day, March 4, 2024.
All entrants will receive a certificate of participation upon uploading their submission. • The Grand Prize Winner, the Finalists, and the Best of Age Group Winners will all receive a certificate noting their placement in the Contest (“Prize”). • The Grand Prize Winner may be invited to participate virtually (live or pre-recorded) to be recognized at the official World Wildlife Day celebration on March 4, 2024 (“Grand Prize”). The Grand Prize is coordinated by IFAW.  

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