The Campaign for Free Expression (a part of the Center For Inquiry, and along with the Council for Secular Humanism) is holding an essay contest to promote it’s beliefs on “the right of individuals to express their viewpoints, opinions, and beliefs about all subjects — especially religion.”
You must be a college student. Winner gets $2,000. The deadline in January 5th, 2010.
The topic: The Importance of Free Expression and Its Limits (If Any).
Each entry must address the question of what limits national governments or recognized international bodies, such as the United Nations, may justifiably place on free expression.
Good luck! And when you win, feel free to send me a cut of the money 🙂