Daniel Chavez Moran Award Seeking Literature Ideas from Youths
A new writing contest is giving Orange County students a shot at finding solutions to Latin America’s poverty crisis. The literature award, open to 12 to 18 year-olds, was created by Daniel Chavez Moran, a member of the United Nations Development Program’s security advisory council. The UNDP encourages developing countries to protect human rights and works to help curb poverty globally.
The Daniel Chavez Moran Award welcomes submissions from youths who live in the United States aged twelve to eighteen to submit their best ideas on how to combat the serious problem of poverty in Latin America through the use of essays, short stories, testimonials and poetry.
Full contest details, terms and conditions as well as an application form can be found at http://danielchavezmoranaward.com/award/literature/. Continue reading