The UNHATE Foundation seeks to contribute to the creation of a new culture against hate, building on United Colors of Benetton’s underpinning values.
New generations are key actors of change, but this is too often forgotten in the current challenging situation.
This is why the UNHATE Foundation wants to contribute to the fight against youth non-employment with real facts, supporting 100 project proposals from non-employed young people between 18 and 30 years, with a grant of 5,000 Euro each.
The young non-employed are invited to participate in the contest by submitting their projects for support, expressing the way they want to contribute to the UNHATE Foundation mission and promoting acceptance of diversity.
Their proposals must:
• have a positive concrete impact on the community welfare;
• be coherent with the aims of the UNHATE Foundation.
Eligible actions include:
• projects for the development of art works with a social dimension;
• projects for the implementation of economic activities, profit or non profit, that have a social impact which is coherent with UNHATE Foundation’s values.
How to submit a project:
• Non-employed people aged 18 to 30 can submit projects. It is mandatory to prove the condition of non-employed at the time of submission and for all the duration of the Contest (from 18 September until 14 October), which means having worked for not more than six consecutive months;
• participants must create a Facebook profile and upload their proposal on the UNHATE Foundation website (www.unhatefoundation.org), explicitly accepting the rules of the contest and filling the form on the website;
• participants can upload their project to be voted by the community from 18 September 2012 to 14 October 2012. Information on participation in the Contest can be requested by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org
• The list of winners will be finalized by 31 October 2012 and will be published on the UNHATE Foundation website (www.unhatefoundation.org)