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.

These workshops are going to take place from April the 1st to September 10th in partnership with local universities, art schools and civil societies.

Regional Council of Ile-de-France Funded 4 Tomorrow’s new project which has different steps:
Design workshops poster exhibition in Tunisia, Morroco, Turkey and Lebanon as well as poster exhibition in Ile-de-France  and a seminar in Paris on “democracy and women’s role in the democratisation of the society”. This project was selected amognst the 21 selected projects for the first call for proposal launched by Regional Council of Ile-de-France on “dispositif Méditerranée”.

An open to public exhibition of all produced posters during these workshops will be organized  in each of these venues.

On Thursday 3rd of October,  a seminar will be orgainzed in Paris debating "Democracy and women's role in the democratization of society".

An exhibition of our 100 posters of Gender Equality edition will also be hosed in a few major Parisian suburb's city hall.


Ongoing Projects

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Fake news might feel like a recent development that has only come to prominence since the election of one politician who shall not be named, but the practice of spreading rumours and misinformation is as old as the printed word.

People have always twisted the truth, or simply told lies, to get what they want (or change the world). But now we have the ability to share information faster and wider than ever before. It used to be only a few media outlets or government sources that could shape public thought, but now everyone can.

And unlike the media or government, none of us are held accountable for what we post. As there are few laws or fines that can be thrown at us for posting lies, there is no incentive to act responsibly in the public sphere. Get likes (or votes) first, worry about potential consequences later. If the self-styled leader of the free world can’t be held to account for regularly tweeting and spreading blatant untruths, then what stops everybody else from doing the same?