Shortlist for Education and Skills' Video Competition

 

Thank you to all those who entered our Education and Skills: What are the big issues video competition. We received many excellent video entries from 46 countries around the world.

 

20 shortlisted videos selected by our Jury are listed below. Double-click videos for larger view.

 

The empowering toolbox
Sharon Chan, 24, Australia

Education, skills and environment
Maria Camilla Bautista, 20, Colombia


Exploring the education
Nicolas Perez, 21, Chile

What would the World be Like
Filip Truhlar, 24, Czech Republic


Education in Haiti
Jean Marc Rodney, 25, Haiti

Education is everything
Rachit Sai Barak, 20, India


Eyeducation – visual learning
Heliana Lubis, 25, Indonesia

Education beyond academics

Sidharth Soma, 21, India


Education with cooperation
Young Bu Kwon, 25, Korea

Colorful Education

Chanion Kim, 22, Korea


What is the meaning of education for you
Minseung Kim, 23, Korea

Education and Technology for People
Junyeong Yang, 24, Korea


Education as a whole integrated
Fernanda Curiel, 20, Mexico

Globally educated
Joseph Ajao, 21, Nigeria


We want education not humiliation
Fahim Ahmed Varraich, 22, Pakistan

Life changing education
Alonso Vasquez, 18, Peru


Education should inspire
Gian Carlo Miranda, 23, Philippines

Education and skills
Kato Jonan, 24, Uganda


What our governments need to consider
Carolina Sosa Andrés, 20, Uruguay

The Basic Perspective
Quynh Trang Than, 21, Vietnam



The Prize

  • 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 2012, with travel cost, hotel accommodation and daily allowance provided for five days.

 

Timeline

  • Competition opened on 1 Dec 2011.
  • Competition closed at midnight (Paris time) on 1 March 2012.
  • 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 23 April 2012.
  • Winners were announced on Friday 20 April 2012.