Photo contest highlights government accountability [Worldwide]

Posted on Nov 6, 2019 in Multimedia Journalism

Professional and amateur photographers ages 18 and older can enter this contest.

The Transparency and Accountability Initiative (TAI) has launched the TAI Photo Grant. The initiative seeks to promote conversation around transparency and accountability issues.

Photos can focus on manifestations of transparency and accountability in how citizens interact with government, use of public resources, sharing and use of data, integrity of companies and governments, and more.

Contestants may submit up to five photos and a story proposal.

The winner will receive US$8,000 to produce at least 30 photographs related to the themes of government and corporate transparency and accountability.

The deadline is Jan. 13, 2020.