Teenage journalists are invited to profile their peers who are champions of tolerance.
The World Teenage Reporting Project, organized by the Global Youth & News Media, has launched the Tolerance Profile Challenge.
The challenge seeks stories in any format about teenage journalists or worthy adults who teenagers would admire, who have had success in promoting tolerance amid the many differences in the world.
Stories can be in any language, but videos not in English must have subtitles in English. Non-English podcasts must have a transcript or detailed summary in English.
The selected stories will be part of a new World Teenage Reporting Project Showcase.
Earlier this year, the project focused on stories of teens helping during the pandemic.
The deadline is Dec. 15.