The Call for Entries is now open.
You have until Thursday the 10th July to enter the contest and submit your poster entries through our website. Get the “Work Right!” brief, available in a number of languages, from the downloads page.
From the same page you can also get this year’s contest regulations and the beautiful Call for Entry poster designed by Mauro Gatti.

As the Right to Work is such a wide-ranging topic, we will be releasing more information to inspire you throughout the course of the contest.

More Information to Follow
After including a very well received volume of photo reportages in our previous edition catalogue, we decided to team up with photo journalists throughout the year.
The first two photographers who have kindly agreed to share their work with us are Aslon Arfa and Song Chao.
We’ll feature a previously unpublished series of pictures about child labour shot in Iran and Afghanistan by Arfa. The second series, shot by Song, is about Chinese immigrant workers.

Jury Panel
Israel Prize Laureate David Tartakover, will be the jury chairman for this year’s competition. A celebrated designer in his native country as well as in the rest of the world, Tartakover has a long history of involvement with politics and social causes, dating back to his 1978 “Peace Now!” logo.

Italian illustrator Mauro Gatti made the fantastic illustrations that accompany the Call for Entries. Gatti has been weaving his artistic magic for more than ten years under his own name and through his studio Mutado, and it’s an honour to have him as part of the team - doubly so as he’s part of the jury too.

To commemorate the first five editions of the contest - and all the talented designers we’ve discovered in this time - the majority of the jurors are poster for tomorrow ‘heroes’ whose posters have been been selected as the best of our previous editions.
You can meet them on the Jury page.