If you have a love for photography and want to contribute to a noble cause, take part in Click Rights, a Child Relief and You (CRY) initiative.
The campaign aims to use the medium of photography to raise awareness on issues related to the lack of quality infrastructure in government/municipal schools and ensure the Right To Education (RTE) Act benefits each and every child.
Participants are required to highlight through their photographs what is missing in government schools (classrooms, toilets or even a roof).
The images need to be uploaded on to the CRY Click Rights Facebook page and the short-listed pictures will be displayed at exhibitions across the main metro cities on December 17 and 18.
An online exhibition of all the entries across the country will be available on the CRY website.
The images will then be used in CRY's national, regional and local-level advocacy plans and it will be transformed into a report that will eventually be sent to Maharashtra's Chief Minister and the Prime Minister.
Log on to https://www.facebook.com/clickrights
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