ETHICS OLYMPIAD
CASE WRITING COMPETITION





In 2022 we will be conducting an exciting new opportunity for students to contribute to the Ethics Olympiad. The Ethics Olympiad Case Writing Competition is an opportunity for high school students to write cases for the Ethics Olympiad. All submitted cases will be considered for use in Junior School, Middle School, Senior School and Tertiary Ethics Olympiad case sets. Click here to enter.


Eligibility

All currently enrolled high school students in the Australia, New Zealand, Singapore & Hong Kong are eligible to enter.



Rules

Students are allowed to submit more than one case—whether as an individual or as part of a collaborative team. If a student submits more than one case, only one of the cases submitted under his/her name will be eligible to win a prize. Collaborations among students are allowed, with due credit being given to all who contribute. However, to ease the administration of the award, submissions must be made by a single person who then take responsibility for whether and how prize money will be distributed. All submissions must be original materials, although appropriately cited excerpts may be used (a quote from a news source, for example). All submissions become the property of the Ethics Olympiad and are eligible for inclusion in a current or future Ethics Olympiad case set, either in full or in part (including cases that are not selected for as prize winners). Cases may be edited after being evaluated for the case competition. Entries will be judged for overall merit, interest of the moral issue presented, quality of writing, and suitability for an Ethics Olympiad.


Click here for a flyer to hand out to students.