5 Apr

What conditions do you accept by submitting a project?

By submitting a project, you accept that EELLSS is entitled to publish the submitted projects on the Internet or in other media also in modified form, and that your data can be electronically processed and published.

All submissions must be in line with European copyright laws. Short quotes may be used if the source is clearly listed. Images, film, sound and other multimedia sources can be used if they were produced by your school, if the author has given his/her explicit consent, or if they are freely accessible sources such as ClipArt.

Your submissions shall contain no statements, facts, information or quotes which are hurtful to or disparaging of individuals or groups. Your submissions shall contain no statements, facts, information or quotes on the basis of which people can be persecuted due to the colour of their skin, their opinions, nationality, gender, profession or conviction. Your submissions shall not encourage others to commit crimes or violate laws.

5 Apr

What do we expect of your project?

  • The authors are children/adolescents between 14 and 19 years old.
  • Your project relates to soil sciences and investigates a soil related problem or challenge.

The best projects will be published on Facebook and awarded in Kassel in October 2017 in the framework of the final conference of the European EELLSS project.

5 Apr

What format does your project have?

We want you use the submission form provided on our website to describe the project and to summarise it in a 2-minute video that you upload on YouTube. The link to your project will have to be included in your submission sheet.

5 Apr

What do you have to prepare for taking part in the EELLSS award?

Please prepare the following materials:

  • completed submission sheet in English
  • the link to your film (uploaded beforehand e.g. on YouTube)
  • digital photograph of all team members – please attach a photograph of your project group to the submission sheet. We are curious to see everyone who took part in the project.
5 Apr

Who can compete for the EELLSS award?

Participation is open to pupils between 14 and 19 years old as individuals or a group or class who live in one of the following countries:

28 Member States of the European Union, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland, Turkey.