- Posted by Maryam Namazie
- On December 17, 2012
- 0 Comments
- one law for all, Secularism, Sharia, songs for freedom
One Law for All is inviting musicians and songwriters to create and submit their original material for a song competition.
‘Change comes about by breaking taboos and pushing aside that which is deemed sacred and art is such an important way of doing this’ –Maryam Namazie, Spokesperson of One Law for All
Song entries should be focused on issues that relate to the work ‘One Law for All’ is engaged with, discussing themes like religion, freedom, secularism, Sharia law, equal rights & religious arbitration.
Submissions must include a recording of the song and a lyric sheet sent either by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or as physical CD to:
Entrants may enter as many songs as they wish. The judges for the competition will be myself and Deeyah, with more judges to be announced later. Judging will not be based on the quality of the recording but it needs to be audible.
A concert showcasing the entrants will be held on Saturday December 7th 2013 and the finalists will be invited to perform at the five year anniversary celebration of One Law for All in December.
The final date for submissions is September 30th 2013
We look forward to hearing your entries.
Sounds of Freedom Coordinator