This essay contest is organized to promote youth advocacy on Internet Governance. It also aims to inspire society to learn from the young minds and to think about how each of us can make a difference about the Internet.
Internet Governance has shaped the evolution and use of the internet with minimization of cybercrime to ensure complete security of data as well as life safety. If Internet Governance is done properly, the internet can remain a great motor for the future of humankind and its social and economic development.
Essays must be submitted by students enrolled in university.
All nationalities are welcome to participate in the contest.
Essays must be 700 words or less, in English, excluding essay title. Essays must be typed.
Only one entry per person is accepted.
Essays must be original and unpublished. Plagiarized entries will be rejected.
Copyright of the essays entered will be assigned to the organizer.
Entries missing any of the above information will not be considered.
If you have questions, please consult the FAQ section below.
Entries must be submitted via e-mail :info@LARUS.foundation
Entries must be received by Wednesday, October 7th 2020 ,11:59 am (London Time)
The winner will receive a cash prize of and a certificate from the LARUS Foundation
The LARUS Foundation
For further inquiries concerning the LARUS Foundation’s Internet Governance Essay Contest, please contact info@LARUS.foundation
Q1 : Are there any exceptions to the age limit for participating in the contest ?
A1: No, as long as you are a current university student, you are eligible to the contest.
Q2 :Is there a fee for participating in this contest?
A2 : No, participation is free of charge.
Q3 :Is there a specific format for the essay (font style, size, line space, etc.)?
A3: There are no particular rules regarding formatting. However, your essay submitted online should be in either MS Word(DOC/DOCX) or PDF format, with a cover page included in one file.