FRED AWARDS 2021 – YOUTH RESILIENCE

 
 

For the second edition of the FRED Awards, we are celebrating young people! We want to recognise the effort of all of you who have adapted to the pandemic and have done your best to continue with your studies, work and personal development.

 
 
 

This year more than ever we have recognised the importance of mental health, wellbeing and the power of caring. We welcome submissions that reflect the importance of young people, mental health and solidarity.

THEME OF THE AWARDS

The past month have been really challenging for all of us. More than ever we have witnessed the importance of looking after our mental health and the wellbeing of those around us.

The FRED Campaign wants to celebrate the values of solidarity, companionship and resilience that young people have shown this year, so this is the topic of the second edition of the FRED Youth Awards.

ART

For the art category your submission could be a drawing, painting, photograph, graphic art, or a video.

 

Prize for this category – TBC.  

WRITING

Submissions to the writing category could include poems, stories, blog posts, and articles.

Prize for this category – TBC

COMMUNITY PROJECTS

Your submissions to the community category can be the description or final result of any project that you have been involved with. For example, last year we received a recipe book, a photo album, the plan for an itinerary and a youth-related project.

 
 

Prize for this category – TBC

mUSIC, DANCE AND DRAMA

Submissions to the music, dance and drama category could be songs, recorded dances, or plays. You can also submit videos of yourself o get together with your group of friends and compose a song.

 

Prize for this category – TBC

 

EXAMPLES FROM EARLIER EDITIONS

We know sometimes inspiration can be hard to find, so we have some examples for you to start thinking about your submission!

AWARD CEREMONY

  • Rotherhithe Community Centre
  • admin@rj4all.org
  • Date - To be confirmed