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Media and socio-cultural communication
The need for a constitutional referendum to address the issue of children’s rights and child protection has been the subject of ongoing debate and discussion within the child care sector for a number of years. As far back as 1989 the ISPCC in its Centenary Charter identified the possible need for a constitutional referendum to ensure children were extended the same rights as adults. My task was to create campaign guidelines for the constitutional referendum – Yes for kids. The logo was based and made as a potatoe stamp. It consists of two parts - kids face and tick symbol - tick as saying “yes“ and also putting smile on childs face. Because charity doesn’t have money to print new stationery the ideas was to create a set of stamps to stamp existing stationery during the referendum campaign.
Hudakova, Hana, "Yes for Kids Campaign Guidelines Design Document" (2011). Student Work. Paper 9.