ZNU students of the Faculty of Journalism won the contest of social advertising "Save the future of youth!"
December 20 in Zaporizhzhya regional center of youth was awarded the participants of social advertising contest "Save the future of youth!".
According to Head of Department on work with youth and families of the Department of Education, Youth and Sports of Zaporizhzhya City Council Igor Filipenko, this year's took part in competition 134 works from authors in 127 categories: "Booklet", "Poster", "Video and audio clips". Contestants have been suggested topics for papers: "Youth - for a healthy lifestyle", "Say NO to bad habits", "Stop - drug", "AIDS - save lives", "Stop the violence".
To welcome the participants of the urban competition of social advertising and winners rewarding, organizers invited the Deputy Mayor Yuriy Kaptyuh, expert on monitoring and social partnership Yuriy Bily, doctor-methodologist of Zaporizhzhya City Health Center Yulia Shponko and deputy director of Zaporizhzhya regional center of youth Nataliya Sichkar.
Active participation in the contest took the 2nd year students of the Faculty of Journalism, which earning for their university 2 awards in the nomination "Poster": 1st place - Mariya Streltsova, Nataliya Drobyazko, Karina Sechina, 2nd place - Ganna Pudlyk.
«The first time I participated in such a competition. First, do not count on the prize. When knew of the victory was pleasantly surprised. I think this is a good start and a great motivation for future victories», – shared impressions of winner in the nomination "Poster" Mariya Streltsova.
Another winner - Nataliya Drobyazko - said that for them it was a pleasant surprise. She expressed the hope that it will not the last their work and victory.
We remind that Department on work with youth and families of the Department of Education, Youth and Sports of Zaporizhzhya City Council annually organizes a contest of social advertising, the main task of which is to promote healthy lifestyles among young people, youth training consciously treat their own health, instilling new models of youth lifestyle.