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The winners of the online prize game have been announced

After a nine-day competition and 6,624 started games, the winners of our online prize game “Human rights in the palm of your hand” have been announced. Emro Feratović from Plav, Maša Stojanović from Cetinje, and Matej Stijović from Berane won a package of luxury EU promo material.

The online prize game, organised on the occasion of the International Human Rights Day in cooperation with the company Alicorn, lasted from 1 to 9 December. The game consists of different fields dedicated to human rights, where contestants move around by rolling dice. Everyone who scores 50 or more points out of the possible 81, qualified for a prize – a package of luxury EU promo materials, signed by domestic fashion and jewellery designers. We chose three winners randomly from the database of qualified competitors.

The statistics showed that the game was started 6,624 times, while slightly less than 2,000 persistent competitors reached the very end. Based on their comments, they really enjoyed playing it.

“A very interesting game that reminds, informs, and educates participants about human rights,” wrote Stefan from Nikšić.

“The quiz is very good, with so many great ways to test our knowledge,” said Nejra from Bijelo Polje.

“A very interesting and educational quiz. An interesting way to learn things that we do not learn in school”, stated Loreana from Cetinje.

“Great game! A person can have fun and still learn something new”, wrote Dragana from Sutomore.

International Human Rights Day is celebrated on 10 December in honour of the day when the Universal Declaration of Human Rights was adopted, recognising the right of all people to life, liberty, and security for the first time in history.