CLICK4 is open to all professional and amateur photographers. 

The world has experienced many major crises and disasters in recent years. The current CLICK competition is looking for photos that capture the following:
Natural disaster: floods, earthquakes, hurricanes, tornadoes, droughts and other life-threatening natural disasters.
Political uprising: Arab spring, occupy movements and other demonstrations protesting for change.
Conflict: wars, conflicts and clashes at international, regional and local level.
Financial crisis: signs of financial crisis and how the life of local communities is being affected.
Development crisis: crises that are related to health, food, water, sanitation and education.
Urban life: population growth, fast urban development and negative effects on environment.
Climate change: signs of climate change in your backyard.Read more about this contest

Benno Neeleman
started his professional career in 1986. He mainly worked in the field of journalism and editorial photography. His work also finds its way to several international travelorganizations and -magazines. Several exhibitions in the Netherlands and abroad, as well as years of experience, makes him one of the most assigned photographers in this field. Some of his works were awarded in international competitions in the last 10 years.

Wilfried Rütten
is Director of the European Journalism Centre. He has worked in German public and private broadcasting as a reporter and producer (ARD, RTL-Group) as well as in journalism education. Before joining the EJC he was the head of school for digital television at the University of Applied Sciences in Salzburg/ Austria.

Ernie Sarmiento
has been into photography virtually all his life. In 1996, Sarmiento was promoted chief photographer of the PDI. Under his watch, the Inquirer Photo Department won several local and international photo contests. The Hongkong -based Society of Publishers in Asia (SOPA) awarded the PDI the Best NewsPhotograph for 2004 and 2007. Inquirer has an unbroken record of winning the Catholic Mass Media Award for Best News Photo since 2002.
Rem Zamora
has been a professional photojournalist in the Philippines for more than a decade. He was worked for The Manila Times, The Philippine Daily Inquirer and is currently shooting for ABS-CBN News.

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