= Ongoing - London Festival of Photography (Shoot Experience) awards, prizes, competitions

The Competition

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Shoot Experience is an experiential photography organisation that helps to open people's eyes to their surroundings through photography. Their major focus is the London Festival of Photography and Shoot Nations a youth project in partnership with the United Nations.

Within the London Festival of Photography are a series of Awards and Prizes including the London Festival of Photography Prize, the International Street Photography Award and the Student Street Photography Award. The festival also offers a diverse programme of exhibitions and events at venues including the British Library, British Musuem, Museum of London, the V&A, Tate Modern and St Pancras International. For details of current and planned awards and prizes please visit the website.

Shoot Nations is an annual, global youth photography project including a competition, workshops and exhibitions on various continents. Each year focuses on a different global issue and the photographs produced are exhibited in the United Nations in New York. For details of the current and planned Shoot Nations projects please visit the website.

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Complies with the Bill of Rights

This competition meets all the standards set out in

the Bill of Rights For Artists

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