Fundesporte partner, Três Lagoas leads the social-sports program Unesco Photography Competition; Vote to help

Fundesporte partner, Três Lagoas leads the social-sports program Unesco Photography Competition;  Vote to help

Partner of the Sports and Leisure Foundation of Mato Grosso do Sul (Fundesporte), Três Lagoas Sports Reference Center (CRE-TL) leads the international photography competition of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO and University Munster Technology). (MTU), located in Ireland.

In the competition, “entitled”TRUST Photo, Video and Caption Contest“, Participants” presented photos or videos in the context of the subject of human rights in and through sport. CRE-TL is recognized and at the forefront. Nine out of 10 photographs sent were selected.

The three-lagens social-sports project competes with more than two thousand photographs sent by organs, institutions and non-profit organizations from different parts of the world, such as South Africa, the United States, the Philippines, Iceland, Portugal and Tanzania . . “With great pride and satisfaction, we offer a little bit of what Três Lagoas has for the world. We are confident ”, emphasizes CRE-TL Executive Director, Gilbert Sharanik. According to him, the organization is the only Brazilian in the competition.

Vote and help

The competition in the “Sport and Human Rights” category considers the popular vote on the Flickr platform. That is, the photo with the most likes wins. Therefore, help Cree-TL win the competition and expose the game of Mato Grosso internationally.

Just access to vote This link From Flickr, log in or register on the site (it’s really fast, about two minutes), and Click on the small star Favorites / Likes photography. The best photo option ends on 8 April.

With the caption “Sport has no color”, CRE-TL’s photo is voted the most. On Flickr, Click on the small star to like.

Lucas Castro, Fundasporte

Featured photo: Carlos Eduardo Morira / CRE-TL

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