Colors of Life 2011 International Photo Contest
Co-sponsored by the World Bank Legal Vice Presidency and Art Program
In collaboration with
Colors of Life is pleased to invite you to the exhibition: "Children in Development: From Distress to Hope", a anthology of images of children from throughout the world, co-sponsored by the World Bank Legal Vice Presidency and the World Bank Art Program in collaboration with Youthink ! from November 14 to November 30, 2011 at the Preston Lobby Main Complex, World Bank Headquarters 1818 H Street, NW Washington, DC 20433 USA.Colors of Lifve "Children in Development: From Distress to Hope" slideshow
About Colors of Life
Colors of Life, a non-profit organization based in Washington DC, believes that by combining art with charitable activities, the quality of life and conditions of less-fortunate children can be improved. Over the last five years, Colors of Life has sponsored artistic and cultural events, notably an annual international photo contest, to create opportunities for world-wide artists while raising awareness and funds on issues that affect children and youth. Colors of Life is dedicated to collaborating with other organizations that strive to make children and youth a social priority. Please visit Colors of Life for more information.
About the World Bank Legal Vice Presidency
The World Bank Legal Vice Presidency provides all legal services required by the Bank and the International Development Association. The Legal Vice Presidency plays an active role in all the Bank's activities, including borrowing and lending operations, cofinancing arrangements, the Bank's relationship with other international organizations, Management's relationship with the Board of Governors and the Executive Directors, as well as personnel and other administrative matters such as representation of the Bank before the Administrative Tribunal. Another key role of the Legal Vice Presidency is to help ensure that all of the Bank's activities comport with the institution's charter, policies and rules. Please visit the World Bank Legal Vice Presidency for more information.
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