UNFPA Ukraine launched competition for the best T-Shirt Design to "Break the Circle of Violence" against women and girls
Print will be used as part of informational campaign against GBV
In January-March, the United Nations Population Fund calls for action to "break the circle of violence" and show this on creative way - with T-shirt design.

The problem of violence came out of the "invisible" category. Hollywood campaigns #MeToo and #TimesUp as well as new Ukrainian laws against domestic violence, including the its criminalization, are a vivid proof of this fact. In Ukraine, as in the whole world, there are plenty of people who are ready to speak loudly about their rejection and condemnation of violence. And it is necessary to speak in a single language, and even better - by visual one. It is precisely this, non-verbally, that every day we demonstrate our "I" through the clothes that we choose. And what can be more versatile than the usual T-shirt that will be found in any wardrobe.

To evaluate the submitted works will be ones of the best specialists in their fields:

Famous TV host and activist Maria Efrosinina will appreciate the style of the print

Cosmopolitan Ukraine's Editor-in-Chief Oleksandra Burynska will choose the print with compliance with the world's fashion trends.

Creative director of Economics + Max Zoloedov will assess the creativity of the idea

Ex-Head of Saatchi-Saachi Ukraine's Design Studio, winner of many international design contests Nikolay Kovalenko will choose the most interesting design concept.

Caspar Peek,UNFPA Representative in Ukraine will assess compliance with against violence theme

The winners of the competition will receive valuable gifts, and the best works will be produced and used in the information campaigns against violence in 2018!

The competition is covered by the Government of the United Kingdom within the framework of UNFPA, the United Nations Population Fund programme "Integrated response to end gender-based violence against vulnerable women and adolescent girls in Ukraine".
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