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2020

2020 Peace Motion Graphics Competition Winning Videos

We live in an era where people from around the world connect, communicate and grow online.

The “2020 Peace Motion Graphics Competition” began in order to bring attention to today’s important global peace issues
using motion graphics so that people worldwide can come together to think about and find solutions together.

We would like to thank all the participants from 42 countries around the world who submitted outstanding videos.
Congratulations to the final winners of the competition!

We hope these award-winning works will continue to be shared online and inspire viewers to contribute to creating a better, more peaceful world.

All winners will be contacted individually by email with information regarding next steps for receiving the award including the cash prize.
In the case of teams, email will be sent to the team leader's email address marked on the submission form.

  • Grand Prize
    • ThemeAfrica’s Development
    • Name(s)Jayakumar P.
      Sheikh Ahmed
    • NationalityIndia
  • Finalist
    • ThemeClimate Change
    • Name(s)Sathish Kumar Murugesan
      Sathiyan G.
    • NationalityIndia
  • Finalist
    • ThemeClimate Change
    • Name(s)Kenmar C. Benardino
    • NationalityPhilippines
  • Finalist
    • ThemeReligious Harmony
    • Name(s)Pongsatorn Piewthong
      Wisarut Nuansri
      Kanjana Thaikua
      Jiraporn Suttawa
    • NationalityThailand
  • Most Popular
    • ThemeReligious Harmony
    • Name(s)Kiro Hany Habib
      Justina Wahied Nasr
    • NationalityEgypt
  • Special Mention
    • ThemeClimate Change
    • Name(s)Raquel M.
    • NationalitySpain
  • Runner-up
    Theme
    • Africa’s Development
    • Wookhwan Woo, Hayun Lee, Enju Lee, Mingyu Kim, Cheayun Oh, Sena Shin / South Korea
    Theme
    • Climate Change
    • Asma Mohamed / India
    • Birte Brunner / Germany
    • Claudia Tranti, Laura Faraci / Italy
    • Enya Lee / Cana
    Theme
    • FGM
    • Andrea Llano Tamayo / Mexico
    • Dilip Kumar S., Nagendrarajan Na, Praneeta Chaphekar / India
    • Haeri Je
    Theme
    • Food Security
    • Jasmine Lu, Iris Lu / USA
    • Kwanchanok Jitruttana-anun, Phatcharapoom Daidee, Teerut Kaewrakpakjit, S
    Theme
    • Refugee Education
    • Gabriel O’Connor / USA
  • Honorable Mention
    Theme
    • Africa’s Development
    • Oscar Mantilla / Colombia
    Theme
    • Climate Change
    • Chaitanya Gajbhiye / India
    • Erwan Stephan / France
    • Ignacio Mozo Luna / Spain
    • Lucia Hernandez Marti
    Theme
    • FGM
    • Anastasiia Kondrina / Russia
    • Bhavika Bhojwani, Kashvi Chhatrapati / India
    • Chandrashekar Subramanya
    Theme
    • Food Security
    • Danica June Reduca Sy / Philippines
    • Lina Sasaki, Han-sun Nkumu, An Eun Soo, Li He Hen / USA
    • Nur At
    Theme
    • Medical Care
    • Alex White / USA
    • Hadil Arja, Badereddin Dardour, Aisha Sharbati, Yasir Dardour, Adnan Elmajdoubi /
    Theme
    • Refugee Education
    • Naiqing Shen, Tiantian Chen / China
    • Rashi Karkoon, Upasana Patgiri, Shradha Rajlok, Abhishek Maurya
    Theme
    • Religious Harmony
    • Caren Costa, Beatriz Lima Santos / Brazil
    • Robert Ananda Lee, Nocilas Wijaya / Indonesia
    • Sara Adelb
Sunhak Peace Prize

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but also to all future generations to come.

Since all decisions made by the current generation will either positively
or negatively affect them, we must take responsibility for our actions.