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JustTalk 2018 Justice Speech Competition

Student competitions and scholarships New Zealand (nationwide)

Posted: 02 September 2018
Notice reference #: 1H9kB9

2018 Entries Now Open!

The Justice Speech Competition is a national competition for students all across New Zealand.

The competition aims to increase awareness of national and international justice issues in NZ through a national speech competition for students.

Y9–10 students are invited to submit their speech on any justice issue.

  • FREE Entry
  • First prize $1000 for student + $1000 for the charity of their choice + $1000 for their school
  • Five spot prizes of $100 each
  • Entries close on 10 December. Winners announced in early February
  • Speeches 3–7 minutes long
  • Speeches can be filmed simply using a smartphone camera, webcam or other digital cameras
  • Upload the film via this website, or send a link to the film (FB, Instagram etc.)
  • Choose any social justice topic you like – look here for some possible topics and resources

More details

  • Schools can register to receive updates about this competition
  • Speeches will be judged by volunteers – teachers, justice workers and other suitable people. The final winner will be chosen by a panel.
  • Speeches will be judged using specific criteria – use this information to help write your speech
  • Here is a SAMPLE SPEECH

Events summary

New Zealand (nationwide)

01 February 2018 – 10 December 2018

Further information

Contact: David Allis

 (021) 655 485

info@justtalk.org.nz

justtalk.org.nz

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