What does peace look like? This is a very special question and everybody has very own ideas about it. All the more so today, when we see so much of violence and unrest. We say: Give your imagination free reign. Make your positive attitude visible in a photo. We want to see how you imagine peace. The best pictures will be exhibited. Across the world.
The best peace photo of the year – The Children’s Peace Image of the Year – wins 1000 euros. The winner and his or her parents are invited to the award ceremony in Vienna.
The Global Peace Photo Award Ceremony will be held at the Austrian Parliament in Vienna on 21 September 2021, the UN International Day of Peace.
If a photo group wins, one member of the group and his or her parents are invited to the ceremony.
All submitted images have the chance to take part in international exhibitions.
The Global Peace Photo Award Children’s Peace Image of the Year is awarded by The Photographische Gesellschaft, (PHG) and Edition Lammerhuber.
The Photographische Gesellschaft, (PHG), founded in Vienna in 1861, is the longest-standing photographic society in the German-speaking countries and the second-oldest in the world. It was founded on 22 March 1861 by Anton Georg Martin at the Austrian Academy of Sciences in Vienna. Edition Lammerhuber is an Austrian publisher, based in Baden near Vienna, dedicated to photography and to the interpretation of science and art.
The Global Peace Photo Award will be organized in partnership with UNESCO, the Austrian Parliament, the Austrian Parliamentary Reporting Association, the International Press Institute (IPI), the German Youth Photography Award and World Press Photo.
The international jury of the Global Peace Photo Award will judge the photographs on artistic merit, originality, subject and style.
Below 15 years old (by Jun 01, 2021)
Country of residence
1 to 50 projects per submission
1 to 20 images per project
File type must be JPG
At least 1500px on the long edge
Image creation date must be between Apr 12, 2018 and Dec 31, 2021