We worked with Women's Shelters Canada to design a set of highly visual, digital, bilingual resources as a engaging entry point to this ground-breaking survey data.
From strategy development to audience identification to branding, The Public worked in conjunction with Parkdale Project Read to develop a new logo and a three-tiered system of customizable outreach materials geared toward learners, prospective volunteers, and community partners.
The Public worked with the Human Rights Legal Support Centre to design its 2017-2018 annual report, connecting its legal advocacy and support with real outcomes, and visualizing the way in which the organization’s services are a helping hand in navigating a complex system.
The Public worked with Butterfly, (Asian and Migrant Sex Workers Network) and Montreal-based lawyer and educator Tara Santini, to develop an accessible, friendly and impactful migrant sex worker-positive guide for service providers.
In the fall of 2016, a group of students across disciplines at OCAD University participated in a workshop series focused on building a nuanced understanding of social justice, anti-oppression, consent culture and bystander intervention to resist and reimagine sexual violence in the OCAD community.
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