Student Video and Poster Competition

Student Video and Poster Competition 2022

The challenge is for students to create a one-minute video or A3 poster to make a positive change in attitudes to asylum seekers. If you’re seeking safety in a strange country and are viewed with suspicion, fear and criticism, your life can be very hard to bear.

By helping to make a positive difference to attitudes within their class, school and the broader community, students can make life better for people who are doing it tough.

Closing date: 31 July

Find out how;  Student Video and Poster Competition 2022


All prize winners on our Home page

See all Video entries at Blue Mountains Refugee Support Group YouTube

Posters 2021

Despite COVID, lockdown and home schooling these talented resourceful students submitted posters for the 2021 competition. Note: NCAPAHS is Nepean Creative and Performing Arts High School

Prize-Winners in RAR/BMRSG National Video and Poster Competition 2020

“Kids Speak Out

Empathy, outrage, compassion and fellow feeling come through loud and clear in entries from school students in the Video and Poster competition run by BMRSG and Rural Australians for Refugees.

Messages like Shine a light on the darkness”, Struggle is real”, It could be youthis could be your tomorrow” show a depth of heartfelt humanity and an understanding of the impact of our countries’ current policies on both refugees and people seeking asylum and on our nation’s soul. Positive messages from the students of the great contribution refugees can make to our community are an inspiration.

Read more on the 2020 winners of the Poster Competition  

Students from NCAPAHS, Emu Plains