Save the Children
HopeComms has worked with Save the Children on numerous occasions.
Ex. #1: The World's Most Influential Men Exhibit
Save the Children was a collaborating partner for HopeExhibit's international photography exhibit named The World's Most Influential Men, advocating for the engagement of men and boys for gender equality. The exhibit first showed at the first global MenEngage Symposium in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in 2009, and then toured the world, from the UN in NYC to the World Bank in Washington DC, to the EU in Brussels, to DFID/UK Aid in London, Sida in Sweden, to NGOs from India to Germany to Central America to South Africa.
Ex. #2: Exhibit for Save the Children 90th Anniversary
HopeComms was commissioned by Save the Children to create an exhibit to commemorate Save the Children's 90th Anniversary.
The exhibit told the story of Save the Children's history and milestones and was created in a physical form for the Stockholm HQ and National Conference, with a smaller traveling exhibit shown in 37 cities in Sweden, as well as a smaller digital version.
The exhibit included photography and texts, physical crops from each of the 9 decades, as well as audio recordings.
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Our Clients Say
We very much appreciated Viktoria Saxby's creativity and engagement in the co-creation of an exhibit commemorating Save the Children's 90th Anniversary.
The exhibit, which had a limited budget, was creatively composed and combined physical props, photography, texts, and recordings - resulting in a visual-, sensory- and auditory experience that could appeal to various target groups while summarizing the many milestones of the organization's rich history and core mission.
Save the Children has also collaborated with Viktoria and HopeExhibits on her international exhibit The World's Most Influential Men, on engaging men and boys for gender equality - highlighting the importance of positive masculinities and role models, and the importance of fatherhood.
Lisa Norström, Senior Humanitarian Advocacy Advisor,
Save the Children