The Refugee Rights Data Project is a non-profit project aimed at filling the data gaps relating to refugees and displaced people in Europe. By gathering information on the human rights abuses experienced by refugees in Europe, the Refugee Rights Data Project is hoping to influence the debate on the ongoing humanitarian crisis.
RRDP needed their full brand designed in just two days: including all logos, business stationery, HTML E-signature and their website. In February 2016, the researchers interviewed over 800 refugees in the Calais camp about human rights abuses in the camp. I designed the full 40-page report presenting the results, which was launched to the media, MPs and members of the charity sector in April 2016.
We are very proud to have offered our services free of charge for the Refugee Rights Data Project, and to have provided a quick turnaround for an urgent situation and a fantastic cause!
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