* Special Op winner *

By July 13, 2016Announcements

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A few months back, RErights launched the Special Op – Design Mission, asking you to create a poster that features the Convention on the Rights of the Child.
And today we are delighted to announce the first WINNER: check out Susie Williams’ great colourful design!

“The rights of a child are extremely important and I chose to design a poster in a way that was eye catching, colourful yet simple and easy to follow, with each right being highlighted and designed in a different way. The use of colour and various fonts makes it easier to understand for children; those who should know their rights and what they deserve from society.”
Susie Williams

Well done Agent Susie! And thank you for sharing your fantastic work with us. Your design will be forwarded to UNICEF’s Voices of Youth network and printed copies will also be sent to the Australian Children’s Commissioner, the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights and other relevant contacts around the world.

Susie also learnt useful tips about copyrights and online publishing and she generously chose to license her work under the Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial-No Derivatives-International license. This means that you are welcome to copy and share this poster as long as you credit the author every time you do by including the following text “Designed by Susie Williams. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.”. Please note however, you cannot use this design for commercial purpose and you cannot modify it in any way.

You can download the poster here.

Are you interested in following in Susie’s footsteps?
Special Op – Design is still open and we might want to vote for another winner in a few weeks.

So, jump in and send us your poster. What do YOUR rights look like?


About RErights

RErights.org made it online in January 2016 after months of dedication and hard work. It is a place for young people to rethink their rights in the digital age. We would like YOU to join us, if you haven't already!


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