A travelling exhibition
Green Letters to Imams
Submit your letters,
illustrations and photos
Wherever you are in the world, Muslims Declare would like to invite you to become part of our virtual exhibition. Share your messages with us using the link below so we can add them to our collection. You can share stories, photos, letters, newspaper cuttings, messages and illustrations, relating to the theme of climate change and the restoration of the living world. Click here to submit your work.
To participate from the country where you live, follow the steps below:
Create hand-written letters and/or illustrations addressed to any leader (statesman, politician, president, MP, CEO, faith leader, etc.) It would be great if this could be written in your local language. You could also ask friends, colleagues and family members to contribute. The more contributions the better! Please scan these letters and drawings in a high resolution.
Using your phone or any other device, take some photos of ordinary life in the region/city where you live. You can include parks, local nature spots, city landscapes, shops and markets, etc. We are trying to tell a story about your country through the eyes of people who live there. Save the photos you take in a high resolution.
If you would like to be named as one of the contributors to this exhibition, please include your name and a photo of yourself. (This is OPTIONAL). You can also share your social media handles – if applicable.
Anonymity: If you would like your contribution to be anonymous, please let us know in the survey (see STEP FOUR)
When you are ready to send us your material, (letters, illustrations, photos etc.), please download this document and answer the questions. We ask a few questions about your interest in nature, any environmental campaigns you’ve been part of and issues that matter to you at local, national, or international level. We will use your answers to create a page about the climate and nature crisis in your country, or we’ll add it to your country’s existing page.