Open to All: This creative contest is an opportunity for people of all backgrounds to share their vision for how to stop anti-Semitism. Jews and non-Jews, students and adults, and citizens from any country in the world are encouraged to submit an entry.
Original Work: All contest entries must be original. Plagiarism will disqualify an entry. If your writing quotes existing sources or your video uses existing clips, make sure to clearly indicate that in the work.
Adhere to Specific Guidelines: Each award has its own specific guidelines, for example the maximum number of words in an essay or the maximum length of a video clip. Make sure to stick within those guides.
Team Entries: You are welcome to include additional team members in your project, but each entry requires one primary entrant. That primary entrant will receive any award prize and be responsible for dividing up funds among the team members. CAS cannot be responsible for how the funds are allocated within the team.
Deadlines: Entries should be received by deadline for each award. The entry form will be open through midnight Pacific Time on the deadline date.
Multiple Entries: You are welcome to submit an entry for more than one award. But you are only allowed to submit one entry per award category.
Reproduction Rights: As the operator of this contest, CombatAntiSemitism.org has the right to reproduce and distribute any contest entries. This includes but is not limited to reprinting essays in publications (magazines, newspapers, books, etc.); screening videos online (YouTube, etc.) and at events; and turning artwork into products (billboards, t-shirts, etc.). By submitting your entry you are agreeing to these terms. At the same time, you are welcome on your own to reproduce your work as you like.