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    Posted August 12, 2014 by
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    Ten Photos to Shake the World - South Asia Photo Contest 2014


    Safety is a basic human need that is finally starting to get the importance it deserves. However, there are still a number of threats to a person's safety every day and across different environments. Consider Domestic Safety: How safe is our home? And what can we do to make it safer? Road Safety continues to be an area with large scope for improvement: How are we making our roads safe? What are the challenges we face?
    Occupational Safety is another widely discussed topic: What are the areas in which we can improve? How do we ensure the safety of employees at their workplace? How can we showcase a path to a safer culture at home, on the road and in the workplace?

    Hence with a goal to stir people's awareness on safety, we, ASSIST,are proud to launch TEN PHOTOS TO SHAKE THE WORLD – SOUTH ASIA 2014 photo contest, our annual Social Initiative.


    TPSW has been organized 4 times by ASSIST in South East Asia and South Asia and gathered over 1500 inspiring photos!


    This year's we have theme:


    " SAFETY – a showcase of domestic, road and occupational safety "


    We are inviting photographers from South Asia to join us in our new venture.


    Grab your camera, join the competition & win prizes!


    For more information & updates, LIKE our facebook page:



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    Deadline: 30th September 2014

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