You are cordially invited to a Project Mosaic event:
The Award Ceremony of the
Project Mosaic Young Filmmakers YouTube Competition
Project Mosaic Adviser and Egyptologist Ahmed Abd-Elghany on
“In the Footsteps of Moses: Egypt Then and Now”
When: Wednesday, 22 June 2011. Doors open from 6:30pm. Event starts 7pm.
Where: Ramada Jarvis Hyde Park Hotel, 150 Bayswater Road, London W2 4RT
What: Tickets are free but spaces are limited. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your place.
About the Project Mosaic Young Filmmakers YouTube Competition:
The Project Mosaic Young Filmmakers YouTube Competition amplifies the voice of young people by inviting them to make a two-minute film that celebrates tolerance, diversity and British values, creates understanding amongst people from different backgrounds, counters prejudice and/or addresses other stated goals of Project Mosaic.
About Project Mosaic:
Project Mosaic is a charity that teaches people to be more tolerant of those coming from a different background, whether racial, ethnic, religious, national or economic. It does this by promoting interfaith and intercultural tolerance, multiethnic good citizenship and integration of immigrant communities, and by combating prejudice, group hatred and extremism. Project Mosaic was set up in memory of David Fontana, one of the 343 firefighters that died on September 11, 2001 while helping to rescue some 28,000 people from the World Trade Center in New York.