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Let’s Talk About Drugs National Media Awards 2012

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Attention students! Have you entered the Let's Talk About Drugs Media Awards yet? Get some ideas: view some samples from last year. The “Let’s Talk About Drugs” Media Awards were created to encourage the journalists, reporters, film enthusiasts and animators of tomorrow to start writing and talking about the drugs and alcohol issue in Ireland today.

Organised by the Greater Blanchardstown Response to Drugs (G.B.R.D), these awards are aimed at primary and secondary school students, college students and aspiring members of the media, to stimulate debate around the drugs and alcohol issue in Irish communities.

The awards competition allows entrants to educate themselves and others about drugs and alcohol through cartoon strips, audio features, film, animated videos or newspaper articles. The winning submissions will be published or broadcast through print, online channels and community radio in May. Competition winners will also receive prizes of notebook computers and digital cameras.

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