A VISUAL AND PLAYFULL TOOL TO TALK ABOUT HUMAN RIGHTS
Thirty universal right’s. Not determined by borders, ethnicity or religion. To illustrate this, we compared the human rights to the rules of world’s most popular game: soccer. We create a football made of thirty equal parts (standard football contains 32). Each part just as important as the next one, just like the 30 human rights.
The 'dead pixels' show how many human rights are still not complied with. As result every football shows a different pattern in every country.
This way we remind people of the importance of our thirty human rights and that they come as one. A fair and equal world can only exist if we all play it by the rights.