Nadiah’s Updated Abstract: A Designed Campaign for EHL

May 11, 2010
By Nadiah

The International Humanitarian Law (IHL) is mandated for dissemination by participating Red Cross chapters globally. An educational treatment of this is explored in the form of Exploring Humanitarian Law (EHL).

These principles are not dissimilar to the principles of the International Baccalaureate (IB) Curriculum; encouraging the role of student as a global citizen. However, this linkage has not been explored in depth.

Due to my personal experience being educated in the IB Curriculum, and having collaborated with the EHL, I examined and illustrated the links that exists between the two worlds.

My focus is a start-off (campaign) in the form of a presentation that does the following:

illustrating the strong links between the EHL and IB Curriculum,
through the visual language of sharedness,
and messages that encourage the fostering of these ideals through holistic education.

By opening up to EHL’s audiences in the design form, we can better understand the meaning of adapation that EHL proudly offers.

The audience for this particular presentation would ideally be IB Coordinators, and/or educators. The distribution of this presentation may continue via email, available for print online (suitable in black & white or color), and also in the form of a slideshow. The structure of this presentation is also flexible to the needs of EHL to other audiences, that in future, will encompass all curricula.

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