Food security writing Competition for young researchers
Canadian Foodgrains Bank is sponsoring a CCIC and CASID (as part of the NextGen program) writing competition for emerging academics and practitioners across Canada. The competition will be an opportunity for individuals under the age of 35 that are working in international cooperation to share their writing and research on global poverty and food insecurity, as it relates to the fields of trade, peace, security or diplomacy.
We will be accepting submissions from now until November 1st. The winners will be awarded a $200 prize, free participation in the Summit on Canada’s Global Leadership and they will be invited to pitch their submission during the Summit.
All the information about the competition can be found here, including the form to submit.