15 Jul 2012
Gender Equality Now! | poster contest
Each year poster for tomorrow organises a poster competition to draw attention to a human rights topic. This year the theme is Gender Equality. Women's condition has undergone undeniable improvements during the last century. But these improvements haven’t spread equally everywhere and more efforts are still needed.
The poster competition is open from 8 March until 15 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.
poster for tomorrow is the main project of 4tomorrow, an independent, non-profit organisation based in Paris.
Its goal is to encourage people, both in and outside the design community, to make posters and stimulate debate on issues that affect everyone. In the previous two editions over 4,000 posters from 81 countries were received and over 70 exhibitions in 5 continents have been so far organised.
Source: poster for tomorrow
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