NZ Vegetarian Society Video CompetitionParticipant Keiran Owers, from St Bernard’s College, Lower Hutt.

This year, in time for World Vegetarian Day, the New Zealand Vegetarian Society is running an exciting new video competition for secondary school students.


Secondary school is a time when we are defining our beliefs, morals and values. It’s a common time to begin questioning our lifestyle choices, which can often include our way of eating.


The NZ Vegetarian Society’s video competition is open to any currently enrolled secondary school students and consists of four video categories; animal advocacy, nutrition and health, protecting the environment and vegetarian living.


Sponsored by New Way,, E.L.E., Hell Pizza and Quorn, there’s over $5,000 of prizes up for grabs. Prizes will be awarded for the best video in each category. Of the four category winners, there will be a vote on one video as the overall winner, and that participant’s school will be awarded the overall prize.


The video competition is a great chance to learn about healthy and ethical food choices and investigate the realities behind what we eat. It’s time to showcase our passion and creative talent.


Entries are open now, so click here for your entry pack.


20140410 Video Comp stage 1 release