Brgy. Sto. Nino’s perception of VAW as a subject associated with shame and silence affect reporting behavior of victim-survivors and prevent concerned individuals from offering help or properly intervening in a situation. Thus, it is imperative that the locality members and participants are mobilized and equipped with properly designed tools to navigate conversations and address VAW cases while still upholding the victim-survivor centric approach.
How might we facilitate conversations surrounding VAW in such a way that can equip residents as first-responders who can bridge survivors to formal help?
Utilizing information design and community theater to foster informal intervention to mitigate culture of silence and ‘hiya’ surrounding Intimate Partner Violence against Women (IP-VAW) in Brgy. Sto. Niño, San Simon, Pampanga
Three days in July 2021
Strategy meeting with organizers, content audit of timeline and project goals, copywriting, wordmark design, and layout of collaterals
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A campaign visual identity for an initiative under a student-led political coalition.
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