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Deadline extended: Behavioral change for the climate video competition

Updated: Jun 7, 2023

Are you looking for an opportunity to contribute to your community? The submission deadline for the Behavioral Chane for Climate Video Competition has been extended to May 14, 2023. Parami University welcomes all interested individuals to submit a 3-5 minutes video to raise awareness and encourage people to adopt eco-friendly behaviors during the traditional Myanmar Thingyan new year festival, as seasonal festivities tend to be the times when people are more open to changing behavior.

The video competition is a part of the Worldwide Teach-in for Climate Justice that Parami University held in late March. This competition is open to anyone who would like to contribute to making a positive impact on the community. You can watch the full webinar recording on our YoutTube channel.

Video Competition Awards and Prizes:

  • Gold - $300

  • Silver -$200

  • Bronze -$100

How to submit your video?

  • Step 1 - Upload your video on public platforms (Facebook, YouTube channel, Google Drive, etc.)

  • Step 2 - Send the video link to Be sure to make it public so that the selecting committee can access the video.

Extended deadline for video submission: Sunday, May 14, 2023

Please note that the selected videos will be notified via email. For more information, please contact us at

Selection Criteria

1. Have ONE clear message

2. Have a clear objective/purpose

3. Have an attention grabber at the beginning

4. Have a novel idea/originality

5. Have an interesting narrative

6. Shorter videos will be preferred

Terms and Conditions

  1. Any content copied from other sources must be appropriately acknowledged.

  2. For fairness purposes, the video must not include images or likenesses of celebrities, influencers, politicians, athletes, religious leaders, copyrighted cartoon characters, or any other personalities with a significant following.

  3. All the topics covered in the video must be related to environmental conservation, climate change, or nature.

  4. The video must be made in a way that the viewer will have, or deem most likely to, generate positive feelings towards environmental conservation in general.

  5. The video must not feature or attribute causes or topics that may cause a significant controversy, such as religious doctrine, ethnic/gender divide, political issues, obscene materials, or any other topics deemed to be polarizing or leveraged on them to gain audience attention.

  6. All the facts and opinions featured in the video must be accurate to the best of the creator's knowledge.

  7. The video can be made in any language. Burmese subtitles must be included at the bottom of the video if a foreign language is used.

  8. Parami University reserves the right to use them in any shape or form, provided the creators are appropriately acknowledged.

Here are a few samples of videos for your project:

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