Welcome to the 2019 edition of NUHA's annual writing competition!
Whether you are from Paraguay or Pakistan, Poland or The Philippines, we want to hear what YOU have to say about 'education'. The competition has been established as an international platform to debate issues of education and to provide an opportunity for authors to be published and to develop their self-confidence. Find out more here.
Entries in alphabetical order:
Young Writers Category (10–14)
- Avery, Kate (UK): Observations of an Endangered Creature
- Bamidele, Praise (Nigeria): It's In Your Hands!
Youth Category (15-18)
- Cartledge, Jed (UK): Over-humility
Adult Category (19+)
- Ayegba, Emmanuel (Nigeria): Life is Boring with Monotony
- Ayegba, Emmanuel (Nigeria): The Struggles of our Life
- Ayegba, Emmanuel (Nigeria): Three Haters
- Bruggeman, Eric (USA): What I am!
- Delfino, Jessica (USA): Conflict May Be A Great Impetus For Story Creation, But It Is A Terrible Impetus For Humanity
- Jones, Emma (UK): Shades of Rainbow
- Kamada, Laurel (Japan): Our Multiple Idenitites
- Lipsky, Amy (USA): Dialectical
- Mazucca, Laura Marie (USA): You Are Who You Think You Are!
- Miller, Semerete Yesus (Tobago): The Beauty Of Knowing Who You Are
- Mirpuri, Mukesh (India): Hate -A Contagious Disease
- Nyengera, Kudzanayi (Johannesburg): 'Become someone else that you were not in the beginning.' - Foucault
- Ranieri, Jason (USA): The Betterment of Humankind
- Roberts, Chrystal (Zambia): Utopia: A Perfectly Boring World
- Roy, Chantal (Canada): Know Yourself
- Sapepe, Caryl (Philippines): How Conflict Affects Life Stories
- Shah, Neelam (UK): Michel Foucault's Theory on Knowledge and Truth
- White, Ronald L. (USA): The Love of Hate