One Law for All Campaign is pleased to announce the winners of 2009’s art competition, Passion for Freedom, which was organised to promote universal and equal rights and expose the discriminatory nature of religious laws.
Winners of the competition are as follows:
ID and Stoning by Julie, first prize
Sharia law in Iran by Gaby, second prize
Sister Image by Emma, third prize
The art pieces are now available to view on One Law For All’s website.
The first prize winner will receive £100 donated by the Central London Humanist Group, the second prize winner will receive a crate of wine donated by Goranka Gudelj, and the third prize winner will receive £50 donated by the Central London Humanist Group.
The prominent judges deciding on the pieces were A C Grayling (Professor of Philosophy at Birkbeck College, University of London), Polly Toynbee (columnist for the Guardian), and Deeyah (Pakistani-Norwegian singer, composer and human rights activist).
As a result of the interest raised by the successful 2009 competition, One Law for All will be extending its art project. We will be holding a gallery exhibition in the Spring to show pieces from the previous competition as well as new pieces received in the coming months.
Terms and conditions for submission of new pieces can be found on our website. Entries must be submitted by March 30, 2010 in the following categories: (a) photography (b) painting/poster (c) graphics (d) sculpture (e) installation and (f) video. Any artist living anywhere in the world may enter. All work must be original.
1. To donate to the One Law for All campaign, please send a cheque made payable to One Law for All and post to BM Box 2387, London WC1N 3XX or pay via Paypal.
2. If you are in London and can make it, join our Fundraiser dinner on Thursday, January 28, 2010 at 7:00pm at one of West London’s finest gastro-pubs to enjoy an excellent three-course dinner whilst supporting the One Law for All Campaign and Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain. The dinner’s keynote speaker will be AC Grayling, the renowned philosopher, author, writer, reviewer, and broadcaster. Ticket(s) for a three-course meal at £45.00 per person are still available.