On October 5th an international jury of renowned graphic designers met in Paris to select the 100 best posters from amongst the 3020 entries received from 105 countries for "Gender Equality Now!" poster design contest.
On December 6th through December 9th, those 100 selected posters will premiere, once again in Paris, at Les Arts Décoratifs.
But we won't stop to the City of Lights. More than other 30 exhibitions around the world have been already confirmed for 10 December 2012, International Human Rights day and second "Day for Tomorrow". From Armenia to Venezuela, from Belgium to the US of A, we managed to cover a lot of countries thanks to the selfless generosity of volunteers scattered around the planet. Please consider to join this group of admirable fellows by organising an exhibition in your own city!
The 6th of December also marks the launch of our 2012 catalogue, featuring the 100 best posters from the contest, reports on all our activities in 2012, including the Draw Me Democracy workshops, insights into what it means to be a female designer from female entrants into the contest, and a preface by Michelle Bachelet. The catalogue, printed by prestigious Studio Fasoli in Verona, Italy, will be available to buy on our website, Amazon and design museums including the Louvre, Musée d’Orsay and Centre Pompidou.

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