Rapid development for an online archive of twenty-five years of achievements in feminism

At a Glance

  • Rapid / agile development
  • Video embed

About the Work

To commemorate the 25th anniversary of the adoption of the Vienna Declaration and Programme of Action, which clearly and unequivocally called for the recognition of women’s human rights at all levels, the Center for Women’s Global Leadership embarked on an archival project. Global Feminist Journeys documents and makes visible the decades of international feminist advocacy that helped to reshape human rights discourse and redefine global policy-making to include gender as an integral point of departure for all issues.

The Center for Women’s Global Leadership at Rutgers University approached Social Ink for the rapid development of a timeline that commemorates the historic Vienna Declaration and Programme of Action. The Global Feminist Journeys Timeline is a digital interactive that takes users through history to view twenty-five years of achievements in global feminism. Key considerations for the site were embedded video, content migration and importation, and visual identity. The site is responsive on mobile phones, tablets, desktop displays and screens of various other sizes.

We’re very happy to continue work on websites for nonprofits working for feminism and equality. Social Ink looks forward to partnering with the Center for Women’s Global Leadership on future campaigns!

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