Not just a piece of paper (series of 3 posters) | Israel

The trafficking of children goes against all human rights, and people who traffick children totally ignore those rights. Because of this, I took the U.N.’s Universal Declaration of Human Rights document and used it as paper for origami, ignoring the meaning of the document just like those who traffick children ignore the document’s existence. I chose to fold the paper into shapes of different modes of transportation to connect back to the act of trafficking children.

This is poster number 3 of the series

Betray human nature | China

In the 2018 global report on human trafficking, the United Nations points out that an estimated 8 million people are trafficked in a year.
Women have become the main target of trafficking, accounting for 49%, and children account for 30%. The theme of our poster design is to reflect the current situation of human trafficking, alert the international community and boycott human trafficking.
Poster screen using black and white contrast visual effect, in order to reflect this dark transaction. In front of him is a cunning and insidious person like a fox. There is a black purse around his waist. He uses a rope to drag several boxes containing women and children behind him like a dark road of no return. In the distance, there are more vulnerable groups locked in the boxes. They can only wait to be sold.

Betray human nature | China

In the 2018 global report on human trafficking, the United Nations points out that an estimated 8 million people are trafficked in a year.Women have become the main target of trafficking, accounting for 49%, and children account for 30%. The theme of our poster design is to reflect the current situation of human trafficking, alert the international community and boycott human trafficking.A couple, holding a bear, it seems that they lack a child and want to trade children with human traffickers. The background of the picture is yellow, which reflects an atmosphere of oppression and oppression. It advocates global resistance to human trafficking and protection of the human rights of vulnerable groups.

Profits | Malaysia

The design concept is inspired by a dollar sign (“$”). According to global statistics, human trafficking is one of the most profitable criminal activities in the world. The poster shows a girl locked to the alphabet of “S”, to create a look of the dollar sign (“$”). Women represent the victims, and “S” stands for sale, slave, and sexual exploitation. Humans are not products, don’t violate human rights to make a profit.

Snake | China

Human traffickers all over the world are selling women, children, men all over the world. They are like greedy snakes in pursuit of financial gains, constantly devouring innocent people, causing unimaginable harm to them and their families.