Unfinished SentencesCase Studies
The Salvadoran civil war was a tragic 12-year event that claimed the lives of upwards of 75,000 people. Many victims of this tragedy are still to be identified, while the perpetrators of these horrific acts have been given ‘amnesty’ as a way to end the conflict.
It is this injustice that the University of Washington’s Center for Human Rights seeks to bring to light through their project: Unfinished Sentences. By working with Salvadoran citizens, victims, politicians from the United States and El Salvador as well as the global population, they seek to bring attention to these heinous acts and create a lasting change for its victims.
The university approached us to create a compelling brand and online experience through which the Center for Human Rights could engage the public and create calls for change to those in power.