What’s your vision for the world after coronavirus?
Submit your entry as either a written article, short video or image/photograph that describes your vision for the world after coronavirus.
Now that everyone is thinking about what our post-lockdown future might look like, openDemocracy and UCL are teaming up to invite young people to have a say. We want to find and shout about the best ideas from the next generation for what should come next.
What might democracy look like as countries emerge from lockdown? How will public health change as a result of this global pandemic? What lessons from history have we forgotten that might guide how the world recovers? How will our societies and cultures respond to this global crisis and its aftermath?
Whatever your interest or background, we want to hear your thoughts on these and many more questions. In particular, we're looking for ambitious ideas about how governments, citizens, scientists, artists – or anyone else you think has a role to play – can shape a different and better future.
Judges from Harvard and Oxford universities among others.
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Teacher of History and Humanities / Eco Coordinator / Assistant head of year 10