Every year poster for tomorrow chooses a basic human right to draw
The global design community is then invited to make posters on this theme that are exhibited around the world on International Human Rights Day, December 10th. We passionately believe that one poster is a start, but one hundred, one thousand, constitute a movement that can’t be denied. In this perspective, we are proud to announce that the sponsorship committee of this current edition includes leading female figures such as Michelle Bachelet, former President of Chile and Executive Director of UN Women, and Irina Bokova, Director General of UNESCO.
But why gender equality?
What makes gender equality, well, different from all the other possible topics?
The condition of women has undergone undeniable improvements during the last century. But these improvements haven’t happened everywhere and even where they have been the strongest, well, they are far from being strong enough.
Gender inequality still lingers unchallenged: it’s one of those things that are hard to see precisely because they are right in front of our eyes. That’s why we ask all of you to see beyond the status quo and imagine a different future. We need gender equality now, because more opportunities for women are more opportunities for us all.
The poster competition is open from 8 March until 10 July 2012.
The best posters as selected by a jury of graphic designers will be published in a book and exhibited around the world on poster for tomorrow day, 10 December 2012.
The jury members of this current edition are:
Majid Abbasi (Iran), Cristina Chiappini (Italy), Gitte Just (Denmark), Maria Kurpik (Poland), Alain Le Quernec (France), Malte Martin (France), Leila Musfy Awad (Lebanon), Carolina Rojas (Colombia), Serge Serov (Russia), Paula Troxler (Switzerland), Rene Wanner (Switzerland) and Guy Schockaert (Belgium) as moderator.
You can download the brief from our website (in English and many other languages).
Ongoing ProjectsBrowse all projects
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.
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.