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Freedom: What does it look like to you?

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This year the BBC is examining the concept of "freedom" and what it is.

We want you to take part, and using your photos, drawings, paintings, animations and videos, show the world what freedom looks like to you.

We want to showcase the best of your submissions across the BBC and get you involved in the global conversation using the hashtag #freedom2014.

Maybe you took a picture when the Berlin Wall came down, maybe it was the moment you learned to drive, or perhaps the wilderness represents liberty to you.

However, there are some ground rules. Anything you submit must be your own work - that includes any music you use. We also want you to explain to us why the image represents freedom to you and how you created it.

You'll need to upload your entry to a picture or video-sharing website where we can access it, and remember to upload in the highest resolution you can to make the best of your work.

You can submit your vision of Freedom from 29 January to 15 March 2014.

How to enter

  • You can upload your image or video (which should last no longer than one minute) to us on our website
  • You can also send it via email to freedom@bbc.co.uk
  • You can send it via message or a link to an image site to the BBC World News Facebook or BBC World Service Facebook accounts
  • If your image bounces back, please upload it to a site (such as Flickr, Instagram or Pinterest, but not restricted to only those) and email a link to the image to the contact address: freedom@bbc.co.uk
  • If your contribution is a video, you can also upload it to a sharing site (such as Vimeo, Instagram or YouTube, but not restricted to only those) and email the link to us
  • You can also submit contributions via Twitter by tweeting @bbcworld or @bbcworldservice with the hashtag #freedom2014 and we will monitor this.

We would also like to know your name, age, nationality and contact details, including phone number and skype handle if you have one. This will help us tell stories about the different images we get from different people.

Ground rules

  • Your image must be your own creation
  • If your contribution includes images of someone else, they must give permission for their image to be used
  • Any music you include must be your own composition and performance
  • Your entry must not be defamatory or obscene or contain any element of advertisement material for commercial products or services
  • If you are under 18 your parent or guardian must submit your contribution and confirm they are happy for it to be published
  • If your contribution includes children (under 18) then the parent or guardian of each child must give written permission for the child's image to be used
  • If your contribution is filmed at a venue/location, you must have permission to film there
  • Videos or animations should last no longer than one minute

Please check our full terms and conditions.

The BBC may share your contribution with our websites, TV, including World News TV and radio stations and with our partners around the world, as well as on social media sites like Facebook.

By sharing your content with a BBC group on a third party website or sending us a link to your content located elsewhere, you are also granting the BBC the rights to be able to use your content in accordance with the BBC's Terms of Use.

The BBC will only use your personal data for the purposes of the Freedom season and will not pass any of your personal data on to a third party. For more information please see the BBC's privacy policy.

Not all contributions will be published or broadcast. All entries must be submitted by 15 March.