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About the competition

Show us how you Act-Belong-Commit to keep mentally healthy!

'PhotoVoice' involves taking a photo under the theme of Act-Belong-Commit and including a short description explaining the photo, giving it a 'voice'.

This competition is open to young people aged 6-18 years old from Mentally Healthy Schools in Western Australia. Only students from schools who are signed up to the Mentally Healthy Schools Program are eligible to enter.

The competition closes Friday 15 September. For more information and to claim a curriculum resource pack, please contact Phoebe Joyce on phoebe.joyce@curtin.edu.au or (08) 9266 1873.

Click the image to the right to download the PhotoVoice flyer.

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Prizes to be won

Prizes will include a new camera, family passes to recreational activities, gift vouchers and more, subject to location of winners.

Terms and conditions

Click on the link below to view the competition terms and conditions:

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