Free Visual content for human rights campaigns: a marvellous initiative

March 4, 2021

Illustration: Cachetejack for Fine Acts
Illustration: Cachetejack for Fine Acts

The future of human rights must be hopeful.When we only show the abuses, people start to believe that we live in a world of crisis with no alternative. We believe that the image of human rights needs to be reimagined so we can bring more people on board.

Reimagining Human Rights is a project by Fine Acts, in partnership with hope-based comms. We are building the largest collection of free, evergreen, hopeful visual content around human rights, for activists and nonprofits around the world to use in their campaigns.

We commissioned a selection of amazing artists from around the world. We also opened a call for existing works to creatives everywhere. We received close to 1000 illustrations (THANK YOU) from the global creative community, and selected to feature over 100 (and counting). See all the powerful and uplifting illustrations below and enjoy new works every week until January 2021. Below a few examples of the many beautiful illustrations.

All featured works are published under a Creative Commons-Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International license on TheGreats.co – Fine Acts’ new platform for free socially engaged visuals, and made available for free non-commercial use and adaptation to activists and orgs worldwide, given the appropriate credit.

To see how to use the artworks, please read this brief info.


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Safwat Saleem for Fine Acts    DOWNLOAD
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https://fineacts.co/reimagining-human-rights

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