Did you know? Sharks don't feed on humans. Humans feed on sharks. The official SILENCE OF THE SHARKS video invites you to watch, share and join the campaign to save lives and make a difference!


Children of the world are joining this fascinating and important journey of saving the sharks by drawing the protest banners held underwater during the dive. For this purpose, a competition is held online, inviting all children in all countries and all ages to create their own protest banner and to share it on a dedicated platform established on the SILENCE OF THE SHARKS website.

The winning banners will be printed on waterproof ads and will be carried underwater by the protesting divers. 

*  The best drawing of them all was awarding its young creator : Junior Open Water Diver Course completed with a Junior Complete Diving First Aid Course offered by PADI and DAN Europe.

For the winning banners

Parents and Educators

Children from across the globe are invited to join us in our important mission to save the sharks. We invite children to become Young Shark Ambassadors to give a voice to the sharks of our oceans currently
at risk due to mass killings.

How can kids get involved? During Silence of the Sharks 500 divers protest dive to raise awareness for the plight of sharks worldwide, divers will showcase posters designed and submitted by kids. Posters can be submitted by children (up to age 14) from anywhere in the world online HERE . 

Are there Prizes? Selected posters will be be printed and carried by our divers during their massive dive protest and will be featured in the photos and televised broadcast of our dive throughout the world. One grand prize winner will be selected to receive a free trip to the October protest dive taking place in Eilat, Israel, sponsored by DAN Europe.
the prize is: Junior Open Water Diver Course completed with a Junior Complete Diving First Aid Course offered by PADI and DAN Europe.

become a “Young Shark Ambassador”
All poster submissions will qualify participant to become a “Young Shark Ambassador” allowing them to receive an official certificate, certifying that they have given the sharks of the world a voice through their actions.

How can my child or student participate? 

-Help them learn more about this important cause (Here are a few links to get started or embed video here)
-Participants should create a poster dealing with the need to protect sharks: appropriate themes may include a call to end shark hunting or a message about protecting sharks. Examples of past entries can be seen HERE and HERE
-Help scan and submit your child’s work in JPEG format 

Official Rules and Guidelines 
-Minors must obtain the permission of a parent or guardian to participate
-All submissions must be the original work of a child and appropriate for the nature of the competition addressing the themes or goals of Silence of the Sharks in some way
-Submissions may include any combination of image and text as long as it is an original creation of the participating child. 
-Submissions must be in JPEG (1MB only please)
-Submissions must be received by our online platform no later than June 30th 2017
-Public voting for submissions will commence between July 1st and 10th online, we invite the public’s participation which will account for 50% of the final vote for best poster
-Our own jury panel’s vote will account for the additional 50% of final score for best poster
-The vote of our panel and decisions of our organization are final and up to the sole discretion of our organization and its directors. 
more then 150 posters will be chosen to be printed and featured during our October 22nd 2017 dive
-Participants and their guardians consent to the use of the chosen images in all broadcast and media forms to promote the protest dive and will be credited to the participant by first name and home country alone. 
-All questions or concerns should be addressed to info@silenceofthesharks.org

Thank you a good luck!