It might not roll off the tongue exactly, but today, December the 10th is Global Human Rights Day. It commemorates the adoption and proclamation of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights back in 1948 – the first global enunciation of human rights ever. It’s a big day. And that’s why from next year we’re going to centre our activities on this date.
Yes, from 2011 the 10th of December will also be poster for tomorrow day. Just like this year we’ll aim to host as many exhibitions in as many places as possible based on one human rights issue (plus some new activities), but from next year the date will always be December the 10th.
We’ll tell you more about more what we’re going to do in 2011 when we know more ourselves, but we will announce next year’s theme very soon to give everyone plenty of time to get organised.
But that’s the future (and very good it looks too). For now we’d like to thank everyone who helped us put on more than fifty exhibitions on 10/10/10: our patron The Council of Europe; all those who endorsed us - The World Coalition against the Death Penalty, FIDH, Amnesty International, Reporters Without Borders, Mairie de Paris; all our ambassadors and every single friend of poster for tomorrow ; all the museums, art schools and Universities; and our partners Les Arts Décoratifs de Paris, Ecole Intuit.lab and Etapes. Merci beacoup! Et à la prochaine…