Thank you to all those who entered our "Progress is ..." video competition. We received many excellent video entries from 46 countries around the world.
20 shortlisted videos selected by The jury are listed below. Double-click videos for larger view.
Progress is everyone, together
Hew Sandison, 18, Australia
Progress is balance
Lars Boggild, 19, Canada
Progress is sustainable well-being
Justin Ritchie, 24, Canada
Progress is movement in the right direction
Elliott Verreault, 22, Canada
Progress is hope
Stephanie Villadiego, 21, Colombia
Progress is learning languages
Martti Helde, 23, Jaak Ollino, 25, Estonia
Progress is us !!!
Philippe Rother, 23, Germany
Progress is tommorrow in our hands
R. Vidhya Priyadarshini, 21, India
Progress is everlasting hope
Utkarsh Roychoudhury, 21, India
Progress is to make it possible
Gun-seok Kim, 23, Korea
Progress is living life till the end
Farah Natasha Rahman, 22, Malaysia
Progress is to ...
Jazmin Chi, 22, Mexico
Progress is all of us
Marisol March Colvin Anáhuac North, 19, Mexico
Progress is awareness
Marin Bantiuc, 21, Moldova
Progress is education
Lotte Nienhuis, 18, Netherlands
Progress is socio-economic devt thru taxation
Gabriel Jahmed, 18, Nigeria
Progress is education for all
Javier Elias, 24, Peru
Progress is sharing the burdens
Marelize Visagie, 21, South Africa
Progress is the way to go
Alina Opanasenko, 25, Ukraine
Progress is not black and white
Elizabeth Sisson, 20, United States
To celebrate the OECD's 50th Anniversary, young people worldwide were invited to create a short video describing their vision of
Progress. Watch the video!
An all expenses paid trip to Paris, France
Screening of the winning films at an international forum.
An opportunity to meet government, civil society and media from around the world.
Three winners have been invited to the OECD Forum in May 2011, with travel cost, hotel accommodation and daily allowance provided for five days.
Read the competition Terms & Conditions
Competition opened on 1 Dec 2010.
Competition closed at midnight (Paris time) on 1 March 2011.
Shortlist: A Special Jury compiled a shortlist of 20 videos, judged on the basis of creativity, substance, production value and overall impact. The 20 shortlisted videos were announced and showcased on this website on 21 March, 2011.
Public vote: From 22 March to 14 April, 2011 the public is invited to vote on the shortlisted videos. The 3 videos with the most votes will be selected as the winners.
Winners were announced on Friday 15 April, 2011.
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