• Make Extremism History

    ...the problems that we are facing today are the result of superficial differences over religious faiths and nationalities. We are one people. Dalai Lama

  • Make Extremism History

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  • Design for Human Rights | 2nd round Workshops

    The 2nd Series of our Design for Human Rights are entirely dedicated to Say No the the Death Penalty.
 From September 2015 till the end of 2016, and thanks to support of the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, We will be organising week long programs in 12 countries across Africa, Asia and Eastern Europe.

    If you wish to participate to this workshop, Sign in to your account and apply!
    3 of these workshops series has already took place In Chelyabinsk - Russia, Taipei - Taiwan and Istanbul - Turkey.

Posted by Bettina Jäger
on July 9th, 2016

Projects / Competitions / Make Extremism History

Deadline extended until 15 July! And news, news, news.

After being so quiet for so long, we’ve got a lot to tell you…So much so that we’ve given you an extra five days to finish up your entries (or even make some new ones). The new deadline is Friday 15 July: upload your posters here: you have to sign in
And now for some news. We’re sorry that we’ve been quiet. We’re busy organizing and running a series of international workshops to create posters protesting against the death penalty.
The good news is that we received patronage and financial support from the French Ministry of Culture and The Norwegian Ministry of...




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