#OnlyTogether: United Nations Verified Global Campaign for Fair Vaccine Access
We were blown away by the calibre of artwork. We chose art that we felt represented a range of styles from creators all around the world. Our favourites were pieces that were future-facing and optimistic and also answered the brief clearly. Thanks again and I wish we could have picked more!
United Nations Verified
The pandemic has affected people around the world in so many ways. We’re all looking forward to getting back to our lives after the pandemic, but what’s the one thing you can’t wait to do again? We want to capture the global picture of the pandemic and our hopes and dreams for the future from incredible creatives around the world.
The United Nations Verified campaign is calling for creatives around the world to share content ranging from photos, short videos, gifs, or pieces of original art that represents what you most look forward to doing again once the pandemic is over, using the hashtag #OnlyTogether
On March 11, the United Nations Verified is launching #OnlyTogether, a new campaign calling for fair and equitable access to COVID-19 vaccines around the world. Over the past year, we’ve all missed out on things we love -- time with family, celebrations, school. Millions of us have also lost someone we love or had our livelihoods destroyed. But no community can recover alone. Only Together can we end the pandemic.
A minimum of 10 pieces of work will be chosen by the United Nations Verified campaign as Selected Creators and will receive $500 each. There are two selection periods for this brief; Early Selections & Final Selections
People everywhere want to get back to their lives as soon as possible - to see friends and family, celebrate, learn and work alongside each other. But if different countries move at different speeds then there is no guarantee that life will ever be the same. No community can truly get back to normal in isolation. This is a race against a virus, not against each other. We must have a global vaccine plan that prioritises groups because of need and not geography.