Modern Slavery Essay Competition Now Open!

by | Dec 19, 2016

‘Theresa May calls modern slavery “the great human rights issue of our time”. Do you agree with her?’

Every year René Cassin runs an essay competition to get people thinking about important human rights issues. This year we ask you whether you agree with our Prime Minister Thereas May! We are happy to announce that this year, the essays will be judged by Britain’s best known commentator on the law, Joshua Rozenberg QC (Hon). He will be looking for well written, well argued and well researched articles.

 1st Prize

£100

Publication on this website

Copy of Monsieur René Cassin’s biography

Eligibility

The competition has two catergories:

18 and under

19 and over

Please email info@renecassin.org to recieve a submission pack with further guidelines on entering.

Good luck, the deadline is on the 6th February and we’ll be announcing the winners in March 2017.

 

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