Author Archives: DesignEWS
Argentina was the first nation in Latin America to legalize same-sex marriage. It also passed legislation making it one of the most advanced countries worldwide in terms of transgender rights—the culmination of a long battle fought by LGBTQ support groups. Award-winning photographer Kike Arnal collaborates with individuals in Argentinian transgender communities, living side by side […]
The Arcus Foundation is a leading global philanthropic funder advancing pressing social justice and conservation issues, specifically focusing to advance LGBTQ rights as well as to conserve and protect the great apes. 2016 annual report designed by EWS and photographed by Jurek Wajdowicz, Slobodan Randjelović, Kike Arnal, Mathieu Asselin, Paul Hilton, Bruce Davidson, and others.
Few in the Polish LGBTQ community could have foreseen how quickly this deeply conservative and Catholic country would change since it joined the European Union. Back in 2004, gay rights marches were banned in Warsaw and homosexuality was a taboo subject. Since then, as the economy has grown, the LGBTQ community has become more widely […]
Judges, academics, and activists keep wondering how children are impacted by having gay parents. Maybe it’s time to ask the kids. For the past four years, award-winning photographer Gabriela Herman, whose mother came out when Herman was in high school and was married in one of Massachusetts’s first legal same-sex unions, has been photographing and […]
The Guttmacher Institute promotes reproductive health research, policy analysis and public education worldwide. The 2016 annual report designed and produced by EWS. 2016 online Annual Report
Edges of the Rainbow is a photographic celebration of the queer community in Japan. In a set of more than 150 color and black-and-white photographs, acclaimed photographer Michel Delsol and journalist Haruku Shinozaki have brought together a fascinating group of individuals to create an unforgettable and uplifting look at a proud and resilient community on the […]
In 2014 parliamentarians from all regions of the world gathered in Stockholm, Sweden to set a course of action for the implementation of the “Programme of Action of the International Conference on Population and Development” (ICPD) to support gender equality and women’s and adolescent’s sexual and reproductive rights beyond 2015. Poster for the United Nations […]
The Guttmacher Institute promotes reproductive health research, policy analysis and public education worldwide.