Onkyo World Braille Essay Contest
Results of the 2016 Onkyo World Braille Essay Contest
The European strand of the Contest was once again run by EBU.
The winners were selected from a total of 51 participants from 19 countries.
The seven authors of the winning essays receive prizes made available by Onkyo and Braille Mainichi.
The First Prize winner is from Poland, Teresa Dederko, pictured below, who wrote an essay entitled 'I see with my fingers'.
The winning essays are available in .doc format by clicking on the links in the following list;
Otsuki First Prize:
I see with my fingers by Teresa Dederko, (Poland)
Excellent Works Prize:
- Junior Category: Megan Paul, (UK) The bumpy road
- Senior Category: Rodica Sandu, (Romania) The braille alphabet gave me the book light
Fine Works Prize:
Highly commended by EBU:
- Ivana Vinko, (Croatia) The future of braille is under our finger tips
- Ganna Serputko, (Ukraine) The whole world in harmony of dots