Earlier this year, Google launched ‘Democracy Photo Challenge,’ and ‘Democracy Video Challenge’ competitions that asked people from around the world to express what democracy means to them. “Nearly 3,000 photos from 131 countries, and over 700 people around the world submitted to the contests.”
“On International Day of Democracy, 12 winning photos were officially unveiled at the United Nations in New York City, where they’ll be exhibited in the South lobby until Oct’ 11th. You can either visit the exhibit or take a virtual tour of winning photos,” Google informs.
And, last week, “six winners of video contest were honored at an awards ceremony with Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in Washington, D.C. Winners include: Juan Pablo Pati