If you would like to submit a piece to feature in our Global Goal Getters magazine,
by kids, for kids please complete an Entry Form and read the Terms and Conditions
Our Entry Form is editable and you can email or post with your submission to:
English Entry Form
Irish Entry Form
Project Terms and Conditions
- Irish Aid and Real Nation cannot accept responsibility for lost, damaged or delayed entries. Proof of posting is not proof of receipt.
- By submitting an entry for the competition, the entrant hereby acknowledges and agrees that the entry and any subsequent images may be featured in an online magazine and/or reproduced and broadcast (in whole or in part) on media and social channels for various promotional and/or educational purposes.
- All entries must be the pupils’ original work and not plagiarised wholly or in part; work entered must be pupils’ own but may be aided/guided by a teacher.
- By signing this form the teacher/guardian takes responsibility of ensuring consent for the distribution/use of any entries and/or images submitted as outlined herein.
- All individuals working on a project must be registered pupils in a Primary or Special School, and between the ages of 8 and 13 (7 to18 in Special Schools). We welcome entries from Special Schools, and judges will take into consideration that these are Special School entries.
- Schools may submit multiple entries. For each entry, please ensure it is accompanied by a completed entry form with a teacher/guardian signature.
- Short-listed entrants may be asked to provide proof of age and to confirm the authenticity of their submission.
- Irish Aid and Real Nation reserve the right to alter entries as necessary to ensure accuracy and maintain formatting requirements and/or consistency for print/promotional/broadcast purposes.
- The judges and sponsoring organisation will not enter into correspondence with regard to the decision of the judges for all competition entries; national awards will be final.
- Award winners may be required to participate in publicity.
- No cash or alternative in whole or part of the prize will be offered.
- Irish Aid and Real Nation reserve the right to amend any part of these rules and regulations as might be required without notice; copies of this form may be downloaded from our website.
- Submissions cannot be returned under any circumstances
- Due to the large number of entries into the Awards each year, it is not possible to provide feedback on individual submissions.
- One teacher will be awarded the Our World Irish Aid Awards Teacher of the Year. This teacher will be invited to act as an ambassador for the Awards and will become a public/peer spokesperson for the 2024/25 programme.
- Employees, contractors or persons directly or professionally associated with employees of Real Nation and Irish Aid may not compete in these awards.
- Real Nation is the promoter of these awards and all related correspondence should be addressed to the following:
Our World Irish Aid Awards Project Office
94 Baggot Street Lower
Dublin 2, D02 XN82
Email: [email protected]
All entrants agree to be bound by the rules of the competition; failure on the part of any entrant to adhere to any or all of these rules will render the entry in question invalid.