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E-publishing: the next step (03/17)

Discover here our presentation on e-publications and how they can fit in and expand your communication work.  

EU Energy app (10/16)

Started working on a major app , offering all facts and figures for EU energy policy: stats, maps, comparing countries. Soon in your nearest app store!  

COP21 Climate Conference (09/15-ongoing)

The upcoming Climate Conference in Paris in November brings together -for the 21st time- all global players working on climate change. Hopes are that this time might be the one leading to much-needed, binding and far-reaching agreements. Several assignments for print and web in the runup to this major event. 

Vision on an organic Europe (04/15)

Work started on IFOAM EU's Vision publication, offering an overview of the current debate on the future of organic food and farming in Europe.

CSR Congress tools (03/15)

Great variety of publications and identity tools in the making for a CSR congress in November: Enterprise 2020 or how to boost growth and job creation?

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Mining brochure

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Design and layout of an illustrated brochure on conflict minerals for US NGO Search for Common Ground. This brochure is published in Swahili, Kinyarwanda and French and informs about the problems associated with conflict minerals. It targets a wide audience in Congo: miners, NGOs, government.   

Mining brochure


Design and layout of an illustrated brochure on conflict minerals for US NGO Search for Common Ground. This brochure is published in Swahili, Kinyarwanda and French.

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General Brochure Congo


Design, layout and production of a general brochore on Search for Common grounds' activities in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

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