One of the best ways to educate people about the horrors of human trafficking is to convey the message through the arts. That is exactly what BA Graphic Design students from The University of Salford in Greater Manchester have done. Arranged by Graphic Designer Micah Purnell, students were given the challenge to design a poster in order to raise awareness of human trafficking.
By taking part in the poster competition the students have done their bit to STOP THE TRAFFIK, will you? To all the readers of our blog, you should check out their great posters. The vast array of talent on display is impressive!
POSTER NUMBER 1 – Winner. This poster was submitted by JASON MAYO
POSTER NUMBER 2 – Runner up ALEX JENKINS
POSTER NUMBER 3 – Runner up JAKE BROWN
POSTER NUMBER 4 – Runner up HELEN ROYAL
To download the winning poster and use it in your campaign go to http://www.stopthetraffik.org/getinvolved/resources/posters.aspx
STOP THE TRAFFIK looks forward to using the winning poster in their campaign against trafficking around the world.
In our eyes, they are all winners. Raising awareness through the arts is such a powerful way to get the message across.
If you want to find out more about the event organiser, please visit http://www.micahpurnell.com
STOP THE TRAFFIK thanks you for your participation and contributions.