FRIEDRICH NAUMANN FOUNDATION FOR FREEDOM PHILIPPINE OFFICE

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Dreams Come Alive in Comics

     23 June 2015



How do you see the Philippines five years from now? Share your dream for the country in a comic strip!

The Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom (FNF) launched its comics competition on 22 June 2015. The contest aims to inspire more freedom in the country. The top 10 artworks will be published in a comic book as a documentation of Filipinos' dreams and aspirations for the Philippines, especially those wishes that ordinary citizens can contribute to making real.

Submission of entries is from June 22 to October 30, 2015.

The comics should be at least two pages, and a maximum of four pages. The text can either be in English or Filipino. The entry must be submitted together with a one line description. Professional and amateur artists, teachers and students are eligible to join. National and international entries are welcome. Aside from seeing the best artworks published in a book, the finalists will receive cash prizes.

The contest is under the banner of The Freedom Project, an annual search for initiatives that promote freedom in the Philippines. Visit www.iamfreetodream.ph for more details.





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Friedrich Naumann Foundation
for Freedom Philippine Office

4/F La Fuerza Plaza 2
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