We are looking for photographic representations of income inequality and equality, photos that can grab attention, communicate and inspire.
Closing date - midday on 15 April 2011
Have a look at our flickr group where entries will be submitted.
The best-selling book The Spirit Level, published in 2009, brought wider public attention to compelling new evidence that the large gap between rich and poor in society damages the social fabric and the quality of life for everyone – rich and poor alike.
The Equality Trust was set up in conjunction with the book's publication to spread this message and to campaign to halve the current levels of income inequality in the UK.
The competition will be judged by professional photographers Mark Burton and Jeff Hubbard and The Spirit Level authors Kate Pickett and Richard Wilkinson.
We welcome entries from professional photographers, photography students and amateurs of all levels of experience. Full details of categories
Winning entries will be displayed on our website and in other media, and there will be a book launch to accompany the competition. All winners will receive a copy of The Spirit Level: Images of [in]equality photo book.
We hope also that the photo competition will lead into an exhibition later in 2011.
For further information please visit the competition website.
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