UNESCO Youth Eyes on the Silk Roads Photo Contest Winners. © Pyae Phyo Thet Paing Photography.  The Heritage Monument in Nature of Bagan in Burma, Myanmar.
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UNESCO Youth Eyes on the Silk Roads Photo Contest Winners. © Xiaoyi Yan Photography. Gongfu on Hand, Sichuan China.
Discover the Winners of the Youth Eyes on the Silk Roads Photo Contest in the winners Gallery
UNESCO Youth Eyes on the Silk Roads Photo Contest Winners. © Ahmed Gaber Photography.  Dream of the return,  Fadel Island in Sharkya Egypt.
Discover the Winners of the Youth Eyes on the Silk Roads Photo Contest in the winners Gallery
UNESCO Youth Eyes on the Silk Roads Photo Contest Winners. © Michael Theodric.   bah Ripto, playing a gamelan (a traditional Indonesian music instrument) that he made himself.
Discover the Winners of the Youth Eyes on the Silk Roads Photo Contest in the winners Gallery

Youth Eyes on the Silk Roads Photo Contest offers young participants an international, virtual space.  Here, they may freely express themselves while sharing their personal vision, thoughts and ideas regarding their common heritage of the Silk Roads.

UNESCO Youth Eyes on the Silk Roads Photo Contest.  © Majid Al Amri, Fencing

The photographs must accurately reflect the theme, "Reveal the Silk Roads", through representations of culture, monuments, landscape, and people.

UNESCO Youth Eyes on the Silk Roads Photo Contest.  © Majid Al Amri, Magic Sunset

Before officially entering the Youth Eyes on the Silk Roads Photo Contest, we encourage you to read our Rules and Themes sections. 

Create an account, and then you will be able to upload your photography to the contest’s website. 

All participants will be divided into two age groups: 14-17 years old, and 18-25 years old.

UNESCO Youth Eyes on the Silk Roads Photo Contest.  © Majid Al Amri, Fishermen