2016 has seen the continued growth of Journey to Justice, which Vanishing Point is proud to play a part in. A major part of the growth is the touring exhibition, which has travelled to Sheffield, Sunderland, Middlesborough & Tower Hamlets in the past six months and is currently taking bookings for cities across the UK throughout 2017 and into 2018. As well as handling all the website content VP produce all the printed publicity for these exhibitions.
Working closely with UKJF, this website was created to compliment an innovative, film-based project supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund and led by young volunteers from Noam Masorti Youth Movement. Key features include an Interactive Timeline, oral histories, exclusive interviews and a showcase for the final films.
The StigmaSurveyUK is an online survey that aimed to identify whether people living with HIV in the UK experience HIV-related stigma and discrimination, and to describe how such stigma affects their daily lives.’
Following on from the successful National Survey carried out in 2015, the next phase of the site was to document the findings. Vanishing Point was involved in creating the report documents, downloadable from the website. (note: Since this post, the website has been updated for the 2017 Survey)
We were briefed by Stephanie Segal consultancy to revamp their existing site. As they deal in many of the sectors we specialise in, we were able to work well together and deliver a site tailored to their needs on a relatively small budget.