Give Prejudice no Chance

The campaign started in October 2015 as a follow-up of a creative project with newly arrived youth who attended a basic education course at Interface Wien.
The photos had been exhibited at various public locations in Vienna and in October 2015 we produced a poster with some of the photos. The poster was distributed in all, about 350 schools, in Vienna. With a still on-going demand, more than 2000 posters have been placed so far.
Interface Wien is directly funded by Stadt Wien.



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