Following the tragic terrorist attacks in Paris, poster for tomorrow is more than ever convinced that culture will remain our best mean to help the young generation against the darkness. That is why we are determined to continue our actions and make a contribution to this cause!
Get busy and organise Right to Healthcare exhibition in your city, university, gallery… to show more than ever your solidarity with Paris.
As every year our flagship exhibition will take place in Paris on December 10th during 50 days.

Right to healthcare
Every year 4Tomorrow chooses a basic human right to address. In 2015 it is the universal right to healthcare. Graphic designers from around the world were invited to make posters on this theme – this year the contest received 4980 posters from more than a hundred countries, once again setting a new record.
People don’t have access to the treatment that could save their life even in the world’s wealthiest countries, for financial or logistical reasons. Poster for tomorrow wants to draw attention on this right as it is enshrined in Article 25 of the Declaration of Human Rights. Artists focused on three specific ideas: universal access to healthcare, eradication of immunizable diseases, and access to drinking water.

Right to Healthcare Exhibition: 100 posters, 50 days!
The exhibition of the 100 best posters will take place at the Halle Pajol, in the gallery space of the boutique for tomorrow, Paris. The place was recently extended and we will be happy to receive many more visitors during the 50 days that the exhibition will last, enabling us to engage with the general public with the fight for human rights.

This year and for the 7th year in a row, the best 100 posters will be published in a catalogue in 3 languages that will be launched at the premiere. Designed in a playful and original way, it contains a foreword by Zsuzsanna Jakab, regional director of WHO for Europe. A pre-order page will soon be announced on our website.

Day for Tomorrow
10 December 2015, will be the 5th “Day for Tomorrow”. That day, International Human Rights Day, will see the launch of “Open up” exhibitions around the world.

Read our press release in pdf here