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Reverence for Life Essay/Story Prize

The charity Reverence for Life (UK) invites you to take part in an Essay/Story competition. Further information about the charity and its philosophy is available at http://www.albertschweitzer.org.uk. A prize of up to £200 (maximum of two prizes) will be awarded to the most convincingly argued essays or illustrative stories of how the concept of 'Reverence for Life' can affect our everyday lives. Essays may be rooted in any discipline and stories may be real-life experiences or imaginary tales. Particular credit will be given to carefully thought out and well expressed ideas as well as emotionally convincing and genuinely felt experiences of how reverence for all life can be implemented and practiced, and how it can inform action in today's world.

There are no age, occupational or geographical constraints, but entries must be in English, must not exceed 5,000 words and will be accepted any time up to 2 February 2009, submitted either on paper copy to Reverence for Life (UK), at Kenwood Cottage, Croydon, nr. Royston, Hertfordshire, SG8 0DR, or electronically to essayprize@albertschweitzer.org.uk. Any queries should be addressed to this email address. Essays and stories will be judged by charity trustees, and successful applicants will be informed by the end of March. Award-winning entries may be published on the charity's website and/or in its newsletter.


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Cambridge University Reporter 07 November 2008
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