Whizjuniors collaborates globally with UNESCO to build awareness towards crucial issues through Multimedia Competition

>>Whizjuniors is transforming the world digitally, one step at a time


Whizjuniors is transforming the world digitally, one step at a time. It aims to offer its participating students world class experience by partnering with UNESCO Center for Peace and hosting their Worldwide Multimedia Competition which will get on board several students from across schools to display their talents in multimedia skills and find solutions to looming social problems with their creative narrative of them.

 The UNESCO Center for Peace and UN organisation brings grassroots initiatives in education, science and culture that invites the youth around the world to take part in Multimedia Competition. The target age group for students for this is between 6-25 years of age who will showcase their talent in areas of essay writing, photographic storytelling and short-film making, which will contribute towards Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals for UNESCO’s 2030 agenda.


 With its pan-Indian reach, having on board 1130+ schools across 130+ cities, it is an ideal and a sought after platform to spread the word and gather students to showcase innovative bent of mind to solving existing social, cultural, educational and other problems. The students will get global exposure on a global platform, cultural exchange and recognised by global educationists. The competition is currently ongoing and accepting submissions on projects until the 25th February, 2019.

 “We are glad to be partnering with UNESCO to fulfil the larger goals of education for a brighter future. This collaboration has enabled Whizjuniors touch new echelons in Edutech sphere and reach out to maximum number of students across schools to get enrolled and offer them a platform to showcase their creativity and their vision for future through this competition” commented Ms. Vidushi Daga, CEO, Whizjuniors.

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