Results announcement of the 5th edition of the "Youth Eyes on the Silk Roads" photo contest

The results of the 2023 Youth Eyes on the Silk Roads international photo contest will be announced in Beijing, China, 21 September, on the occasion of the 10th Peace Garden Peace Festival, as part of International Day of Peace, in partnership with the China World Peace Foundation (CWPF) and the Beijing International Peace Culture Foundation (BJIPCF). This event will bring together ambassadors in China, representatives of UNESCO, and guests from different fields.  

The Peace Garden Peace Festival has been organized by the China World Peace Foundation and the Beijing International Peace Culture Foundation in close collaboration with UNESCO Beijing since 2014. Moreover the Beijing International Peace Culture Foundation has become an official partner of UNESCO in 2022, this partnership will reinforce the cooperation between the Foundation and UNESCO for more fruitful outcomes in peace-building and sustainable development.

This year’s celebration of World Peace Day will focus on the themes of “Peace and Dialogue Based on Shared Values”. As well as promoting the projects undertaken within the Silk Roads Programme, the event aims to mobilize people from different cultural backgrounds to participate actively in the peace-building process.   

Part of the schedule of the event will be dedicated to the results of this year’s Youth Eyes on the Silk Roads photo contest and to the exhibition of the 60 best photos of the contest. The announcement will include video projections from the winners and jury members as well as speeches delivered by representatives of the contest.

To follow the event online, please click the link below:**&vprid=0&sharetstamp=1694576271313 

The event will start on Thursday 21 September 2023 at 14:30 (GMT+8). 


Beijing Peace Garden Museum: 18 Xiaoyun Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, China


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