The United Nations (UN) has launched a worldwide call to creatives to translate critical public health messages, into work that will engage and inform people across different cultures, languages, communities and platforms. The shortlisted work will reach everyone, everywhere.
The UN will continually review the submissions, and shortlist the most suitable work to become visible on a microsite, and accessible to everyone – supporting media, brands, influencers etc – around the world, who can download and use the work across their platforms in support of this cause.
Creatives willing to help for free can use any creative medium to produce work that captures one of the coronavirus key messages listed below, in a clear, impactful and shareable way:
1.- Personal hygiene
2.- Physical distancing
3.- Know the symptoms
4.- Kindness contagion
5.- Myth busting
6.- Do more, donate
UN needs a range of creative solutions to reach audiences across different age groups, affiliations, geographies and languages.
To submit the work just share it on social, tag @WHO @UN @UnitedNations @Talenthouse and use the hashtags: #CovidOpenBrief #UNCovid19Brief #FlattenTheCurve #SafeHands #AloneTogether #ViralKindness #StopTheSpread #Coronavirus #Covid19
Submitted work will be reviewed by the UN and considered for co-branding and distribution through UN and supporting platforms.
Creatives who submit their work a gree to grant the UN, all supporters and else anyone who wants to share this positive message, permission to use it.
Anyone who uses the work will be asked to credit the creator (but UN cannot guarantee this).
To find more information on this open call to creatives from the United nations, an don the briefing click here