The first series of this workshop program started in 2014, named  "Design for Human Rights | Balancing Genders. Thanks to the support of Norway’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs we will be organising week long programs in 10 developing and emerging countries in Africa, Asia and Eastern Europe.  The goal  - as with all our work - is to promote democratic values and human rights awareness, with a special focus on promoting women's rights.  The workshops will open with a debate on gender equality, led by specialists on the issue including psychologists, doctors, anthropologists and representatives from local NGOs. The rest of the week will be spent producing posters with the help of experienced designers in the social communication field from other parts of the world, before the workshop culminates in a public exhibition of the posters. 

The new series of this program will start in July 2015. Thanks to the continued support of the Royal Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, we will be hosting 12 workshops across Africa, Asia and Europe. 

Ongoing Projects

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  • Freedom of Movement


    In last year's brief we talked about "a world where boundaries are becoming less and less meaningful. Now more than ever, we are one people. No matter where we live, we are all equally powerless in the face of war or environmental disaster."

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  • Make Extremism History


    poster for tomorrow, the international poster competition, is proud to announce the launch of its 2016 edition: This year we're going to do things a little differently. It's about evolution, not revolution.

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  • Say No to the death penalty


    Started in 2015, the 2nd series of 12 design workshops in developing and emerging countries in Africa, Asia and Eastern Europe, these workshops are going to end before May 2017.

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Say No to the death penalty

Started in 2015, the 2nd series of 12 design workshops in developing and emerging countries in Africa, Asia and Eastern Europe, these workshops are going to end before May 2017.