This composition contest is older and ready to accept university and school students 18 years old all over the world and invites them to publish an essay on a UN-related design of training besides major language or their mother-tongue in an established UN terminology. The idea behind the competition, organized by the Un Educational Impact (UNAI) and ELS Educational Providers, is to pay tribute towards the influence and benefit of multilingualism and market dialogue and argument with and among teenagers to the post-2015 development schedule.
Contributing pupils were necessary to compose A2,000-word article on the theme related to the post-2015 development schedule in almost any of the official U.N. languages, Arabic, Oriental, British, German, European and Spanish - the condition being the language selected was not the participant's first-language or major language of education during pre-university research.
The individuals were selected as winners 250 participants, of the Many Languages, One World International Essay Competition among a swimming of over 1. Several learners posted the dissertation yet in his language within their third or fourth language, one individual even.
The concept behind the tournament, organized by the Un Educational Impact (UNAI) and ELS Educational Services, is always to pay tribute to the effect and importance of multilingualism and market dialogue and question with and among young adults about the Post 2015 improvement goal.