Democracy Now: The SDGs Photography Competition

Are you ready to take your photography skills to the next level? Have something to say on Malta’s advancements towards reaching the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals? Then join the Competion!

Competition Days

Maximum Entries

United Nations SDGs


Competition Guidelines


Anyone between the age of 18-40 is eligible to enter the competition.


Entries must be submitted in a Google Drive folder in the format specified by the closing date for each category. The Google Drive folder link needs to be emailed to [email protected]

Why the SDGs?

The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) have been designed in order to better the lives of all of humanity, rendering all equal by tackling vulnerable issues and reassuring that people have access to their needs. It has given the world one single vision for a future where no one is left behind. The 17 different goals, which need to be reached by 2030, offer the most practical and effective pathway by which we address the causes of abuse of human rights, lack of basic human needs, conflict and environmental degradation.

This movement is being lead and promoted by the United Nations, together with its supporters, including JCI and therefore, JCI Malta. To this effect, this photography competition aims to encourage photographers to see through the lenses’ eye the sustainable development, express it through a photo and share it with the world.


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Join Our Convention!

The two day convention will host 50+ people coming from different local NGOs as well as international delegates!
While you will get special trainings focused on different pillars of democracy by our lovely key note speaker and trainer coming all the way from Ireland, you will get the chance to also participate in one of our many competitions and win fantastic prizes! And best of all, the attendance for the conference is FREE!

Special thanks to our sponsors!

This project is also being supported by the Small Initiatives Support Scheme (SIS), managed by the Malta Council for the Voluntary Sector (MCVS). This project/publication reflects the views only of the author, and the MCVS cannot be held responsible for the content or any use which may be made of the information contained therein.