Lions International Essay Contest “The Future of Peace”
AUSTRALIA HAS OUR FIRST ENTRY IN THE ESSAY CONTEST.
Aden aged 12 is the successful student and MD 201 congratulates Aden on his achievement, we are honoured to have Aden as our first National winner.
Aden was sponsored by the Corrimal Lions Club N2.
Aden’s essay has been sent to LCI for the International Judging of the Essay Contest.
Lions of Australia wish Aden every success for the International level.
Please read Aden’s essay.
The Essay Contest is for visually impaired young people. Why not approach schools now and ask if there are any students who could take part in this competition?
Lions clubs around the world are encouraged to sponsor students in the Lions International Essay Contest. This essay contest was created to offer an opportunity to visually impaired young people to express their feelings of peace. The theme of the 2017-18 Lions International Essay Contest is “The Future of Peace.” Students who are visually impaired and who are ages 11, 12 or 13 on November 15, are eligible to participate.
Work with your fellow Lions, local schools and area families to identify young people who are interested in participating and who could benefit from this program. One grand prize winner will receive an award and US$5,000.
Essay Contest Guidelines
Each essay must be submitted with a completed entry form. Essays must be no longer than 500 words in length, submitted in English, type-written in black ink and double-spaced. Read the complete essay contest rules and entry form.
View past grand prize winning essays:
- 2016-2017 “A Celebration of Peace” by Charlie Buskotter
- 2015-2016 “Share Peace” by Joel Greek, age 12
- 2014-2015 “Peace, Love and Understanding” by Jalen Ballard, age 12
- 2013-2014 “Our World, Our Future” by Ashish Karki, age 12
- 2012-2013 “Imagine Peace” by Maura Loberg, age 11
- 2011-2012 “Children Know Peace” by Mikaela Smith, age 12
- 2010-2011 “Power of Peace” by Amy Bosko, age 12
Essay Contest Guidelines
Essays are to be no longer than 500 words in length, submitted in English, type-written in black ink and double-spaced. Each essay is to be submitted with a completed entry form, through your local Lions Club. Read the complete rules and entry form available in the link below.
|Essay Contest Guidelines|
|Essay Contest Rules and Entry Form|
For further information, contact National Peace Poster Chair PDG Helen Campbell email@example.com