A new photography competition has been launched asking people to submit pictures of 'democracy in action in Wales'.
The competition is free to enter and you could win a photography course and a digital SLR camera.
The competition is being run in partnership by the National Assembly for Wales, the School of Photography at Newport University and Ffotogallery.
It's free to enter and you can submit up to five photos.
So what is 'democracy in action in Wales'?
Well, each and every one of us has the ability to shape Wales and make it the country we would like it to be.
One person standing up for what they think is right can make a difference. Maybe you’ve seen people join together to make changes to your community, or perhaps you’ve helped to change your school for the better by making suggestions to your school council, classmates or a teacher.
People coming together to protest often make more noise and have a greater impact than just one person standing alone. We all have the ability to make change happen. And that's what this competition wants to show.
You can visit the competition's website at www.democracyinactioninwales.org
or see the entries so far at http://www.flickr.com/groups/1899008
It's really easy to enter - just join the Flickr group and add your photographs to it, with a description explaining what the photo is of and where it was taken.
We want to see your images of democracy in action in Wales. So check out the website and get involved today!
Closing date for entries is Friday 31st August 2012.