Back to the Global Week Homepage
Global Week Photography Competition
In a year where we have all spent much more time inside our houses, we wanted to share what 'home' means to our students, wherever they are in the world. The winner of our Global Week photography competition will win a £30 Amazon Voucher!
Email us your photo
Maria Carolina Altomonte, Where: Archeological Site of Capo Colonna (Crotone), the last column of the Hera ancient greek temple, Calabria, Italy. August 2020
Zargoza - Spain
Priscilla with the Ghana flag
Playa Bahia de Las Aguilas - a beach in the Dominican republic
This photo was taken in Lubango town, the capital of Huíla province, a province located in the south of Angola nearly 2000 meters above the sea level. Lubango is a country side town surrounded by a chain of mountains, having several points of beautiful landscapes and waterfalls.
Hello from Greece!
Badshahi Masjid - Located in Lahore, the second largest city in Pakistan
Visiting Chinatown in NYC
This past year of COVID has taught us how unpredictable life can be. Through this turbulent time, many have sought guidance and comfort in religion, allowing for a period of reflection. In addition to personal reflection, we have also reflected upon social inequalities and injustices, such as those against the BAME and Women’s rights movements. My photograph of Saint Peter’s Basilica symbolises the ‘Home’ of my faith which has been striving to improve interfaith dialogue in order “to build bridges connecting all people, in such a way that everyone can see in the other not an enemy, not a rival, but a brother or sister to be welcomed and embraced." (Pope Francis, 2013)”
Despite Cambridge being my home for the past 3 years, the place I really call home is Sheffield, and this photo holds a special place in my heart. It is the Botanical Gardens in Sheffield, this is where my parents had their wedding photos taken and the location of my first date with my current boyfriend of 5 years.