Indian artist wins award at UN poster contest on N-disarmament

Anjali Chandrashekar, a 22-year-old Indian artist is among the three winners of a UN poster competition on creating awareness about nuclear disarmament. She was appreciated by UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon for the poster depicts a peace dove slicing through a nuclear weapon. Presently, she is living in New York.

She has won the 3rd prize in UN Poster for Peace contest presented by the UN Office for Disarmament Affairs (ODA) to raise awareness of the need for nuclear disarmamentThe 1st prize went to Ivan Ciro Palomino Huamani from Peru for his ‘Spinning Peace’, which features a nuclear weapon being unraveled into string which is then used to fly kites and balloons, and to jump rope. The 2nd winner, Michelle Li, named her poster ‘Peace in our Hands’, which features a shadow puppet of a peace dove above a broken nuclear weapon.

So let’s discuss some questions related to this post :
1. Name the Indian-American who has won the award at UN poster contest on N-disarmament ?
2. Who has won the 1st prize in the UN poster contest on N-disarmament ?



Courtesy : Business Standard








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