A Planet for tomorrow
Welcome to poster for tomorrow 2018.
It will be a year of significant change for us: the final edition of our poster contest in its current form. You can find the reasons for this decision here, together with the announcement of this year's...
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."
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.
Right to healthcare
poster for tomorrow, the international poster competition, is proud to announce the launch of its 2015 edition: Open Up! Universal access to healthcare now!Every year poster for tomorrow chooses a basic human right to address. In 2015...
We all have the right to work without discrimination or exploitation of our gender, age, nationality or physical condition.
We all have the right to work for a wage that is fair reward for our labour and that will enable us to support ourselves...
A Home For Everyone
Poster for tomorrow's 5th annual call for entries, campaigning for the universal right to housing.
‘Home’ means something different to all of us. The place where we grew up, the place where we live at the moment, the place we come to relax or...
Gender Equality Now!
On 8 March 2012, that is Woman’s Day, poster for tomorrow launches its call for entries for its 2012 edition: Gender Equality Now!
Right to Education
2011 call for entries asked for posters to promote the Right to Education. We believe that education gives people across the whole world the chance to break the cycle of poverty: to live in a more equal world without discrimination, where...
Death is not justice
Our 2010 project asked for the universal abolition of the death penalty.
For us it’s simple. The death penalty is a violation of human rights. Article 5 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights states: “No one shall be subjected to...
Freedom of expression
Our first competition, dating back to 2009. We took inspiration from the "Green Wave" movement that sparked protests in Iran and all over the world at that time. Our hope was (and still is) to use posters to inspire people worldwide to stand...
One for all, all for one!
An invitational poster project, with the support of the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Right (OHCHR) and La Mairie de Paris.
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.
In 2014, we have started a series of 10 design workshops in developing and emerging countries in Africa, Asia and Eastern Europe, thanks to the support of the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The goal is to promote democratic values with a...
Design goes to School
Design Goes To School is an educational program catered to middle school students that aims to raise pupils' awareness about the importance of the right to education. With the help of professional designers and NGO workers, the course teaches the...
Democracy Cafés are public debates on democracy and human rights related topics. They are an open platform for networking and exchanging new ideas around human rights issues campaigning.
Pan African Workshops
In 2011 we organised a series of workshops throughout Africa, led by 13 different designers from all over the world in 10 countries.
Mediterranean Women and Democracy
Graphic design workshops, seminar and exhibitions
Poster for tomorrow organizes a series of 4 workshops to promote human rights and gender equality in Morocco, Tunisia, Turkey and Lebanon.
Draw me Democracy
A challenging new project developed by 4 Tomorrow and financed by UNDEF.
It will span over two years and involve a number of countries around the world, from Latin America to Africa, Eastern Europe to Asia.
“Draw me democracy” is...