This year the EU celebrates its 60th anniversary looking forward. Specifically, to the digital future. And wants to do it from the point of view of the youth. Organizes a video contest for young people and asks them to share their vision of the digital future of the continent. They can win a mobile video production studio and a trip to Malta to participate in the 2017 Digital Assembly, on 15 and 16 June.
Every year, the European Commission organizes a meeting to discuss, take stock and look ahead about how Europe and its partners around the world are preparing for the digital transformation. The debate this year will be held in Valletta, Malta, and will focus on "Digital Europe: Investing in the future." Young people between 16 and 25 years have the opportunity to attend the event and share their views with the digital leaders.
To win the trip they should participate in the video contest Digital Tomorrow organized by the European Commission. The idea is to make a short video showing their vision of what will bethe Digital Europe in 2025.
To participate you must be between 16 and 25 years old, record a video (can be fictional, animated or vlog format) and share it on the Internet (YouTube, Facebook, Dailymotion). Videos should have a duration between 45 seconds and one minute and 15 seconds and will need to be made or subtitled in English. To submit the video to the contest you must complete this form. The deadline to participate ends 1 May.