visualisation

HarassMap

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The bustling, colourful streets of Cairo are infamous for being unsafe for women. According to the Egyptian Centre for Women's Rights, street based sexual harassment has become part of women's everyday lives and conversations. ECWR found that 83% of Egyptian women and 93% of foreign women reported being harassed by men on the streets; 62% of men admitted to harassing women.

Media Campaign: Khede Kasra

The Khede Kasra campaign

The immensely popular and internationally recognised, Khede Kasra campaign, raised awareness about gender equality in Lebanon and in the Arabic language in general by focusing on a simple symbol; the symbol in Arabic that makes a word female or clear that something is addressed to a woman.

The blog: what, why, who?

This blog is about visualising information; it looks at how techniques like information design, mapping, animation and illustration can be used to express social and political issues and push for change. More specifically, we'll be blogging about the way that visual techniques are used, and could be used in the future, by women's rights advocates and NGOs in the Arab World to represent their information and to inform and mobilise others.

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