MoVING Pictures: Audio files
File A: ‘Everyday sexism’ by Laura Bates (Excerpt length: 0:58, originally recorded on 19 March 2018)
Bestselling author and founder of the award-winning ‘Everyday Sexism’ project, Laura Bates challenges the idea that sexism has been eradicated in the UK and instead highlights evidence of where it has been ingrained into our society, in a call to action to reject the status quo and strive for positive change.
File B: ‘How to be more pirate’ by Sam Conniff Allende (Excerpt length: 0:58, originally recorded on 24 May 2018)
Sam Conniff Allende, Founder and former CEO of award-winning marketing agency Livity, shares his perception of a new generation of ‘pirates’ and their refusal to conform to an outdated societal system. An optimistic reflection on these young people, it argues that this generation has a better understanding of the changes required to break the mould than any other before.
Aug 2018 – Briefs launch + register your interest online
Mon 14 Jan 2019 – Competition opens for submissions via www.thersa.org/sda
Wed 13 Feb 2019, 4 pm GMT – Deadline for ‘early bird’ submissions at reduced entry fee of £25
Wed 13 Mar 2019, 4 pm GMT – Final deadline for online registration + submissions (£35 entry fee)
20 Mar 2019 – Judging begins (2 stages: anonymous shortlisting + interviews with finalists)
May 2019 – Winners announced
Jun 2019 – Awards ceremony