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Entries are now open for Survival International's global photographic competition. The winner will get an Olympus E-PM2 Black digital camera with a Black 14-42mm lens.

Survival International, the global movement for tribal peoples’ rights, is calling on all photographers to enter their first ever worldwide photography competition. The competition celebrates the movement’s 45th anniversary and aims to celebrate photography as a powerful medium for raising awareness of tribal people, their unique way of life and the threat to their existence.

The competition is open to both amateur and professional photographers. Photographs can be submitted in the following themed categories:

– Land: images that show the intimate relationship between tribal peoples and their lands

– Human diversity: portraits of individuals, families, relationships between parents, children and the elderly

– Ways of life: for example hunting and gathering, rituals and ceremonies, life at home, nomadism

The judging panel will include Survival’s director, Stephen Corry, actor and Survival ambassador Gillian Anderson, the BBC’s Human Planet photographer Tim Allen, The Little Black Gallery’s founder Ghislain Pascal, Survival’s photography consultant Joanna Eede, and Survival Italy coordinator Francesca Casella.

The 12 winning entries will be published in Survival’s 2015 calendar and be exhibited at The Little Black Gallery in London and in other countries where Survival has offices. The overall winner will receive an Olympus E-PM2 Black digital camera with a Black 14-42mm lens (courtesy of Olympus).

The closing date for entries is 31 March. For full details of competition rules, visit www.survivalinternational.org/photography

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