Design a t-shirt for Peace One Day
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September 19 - October 10, 2011
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About The Challenge
Peace One Day started with filmmaker Jeremy Gilly’s campaign for an annual day of global ceasefire and non-violence. In 2001, the United Nations member states unanimously adopted September 21 as Peace Day. Last year’s Peace Day was so successful — there were 88 life-saving activities by 21 organizations across 31 countries — that now Peace One Day is working towards a 2012 Global Truce.
With the help of your design and Social Media Week, Peace One Day aims for the largest reduction in global violence in recorded history, both domestically and internationally. In creating your design, think about how a global truce can affect change. A day of peace can bring communities together for a friendly football game, vaccines to children in high conflict areas, and conflict resolution curriculum to schools.
The chosen design will be sold on Threadless and 25% of the sale from each tee will benefit the cause.
The purpose of this challenge is to create a stand-alone design inspired by the theme, not a brand tee. Your design should not have brand names or logos on it.
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$250 Threadless gift certificate
Two VIP tickets to the Peace One Day concert in London on Peace Day, September 21, 2012, featuring Elton John
$500 towards travel to the concert