23 June 2014

Call out for design rebels, trouble makers and changemakers

If you’re keen to use your design skills to tackle climate change and food justice, Oxfam’s Design for Change program could just be for you.

The competition

Oxfam Australia envisions a future free from poverty. While they know that this isn’t an easy task, they do know that designers and creatives such as yourselves have it in your DNA to problem solve and transform the way people think and act.

Design for Change is a unique and collaborative online space for designers, writers, thinkers, inventors, believers and changemakers to forge creative solutions to global problems. Within this space, you will have the opportunity to design fresh ideas on what you think will change public opinion on climate change.

The current challenge is one where Oxfam wants you to pitch them a fresh and innovative design concept that will raise more public awareness and action on the impact of climate change on the global food system.


The lucky winner will take home a sweet booty of prizes valued at over $1000, this includes prizes from Work-Shop, Dumbo Feather and Frankie, Bloodless and more.


Submit your idea by midnight 30 June.

For more information, visit www.designforchange.org.au.

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