Letters From Brno, an award winning documentary, tells a powerful personal story of parental love and sacrifice during the Holocaust.
In a 45 year search for clues to her mother’s past, a woman uncovers the tragic fate of her grandparents from the eyewitness accounts of their letters written during the Nazi occupation of Czechoslovakia.
Honored to be part of this film project.
Posters, program, and website for Letters From Brno. Next up: Transports for Truth.
Showcasing the rich archives of their mother’s family’s past, the power of the design lies in the warmth, texture and human emotions of the actual letters and photography. The face of the design is a treasured photo of Armin and Erika dramatically torn, an evocative thought that moved the films’ creators.
Center for an Urban Future (CUF), a leading New York City-based think tank, sought out a report template design refresh to showcase their recommendations. The solution creates a unique and recognizable framework tying the center’s reports together visually while building in a margin of variability to exercise creativity for more prominent policy reports.
Stislow Design is proud to have worked with SDSN USA on their newest project in conjunction with the National Center for Faith Based Initiatives and Howard University: Never More Urgent: A Preliminary Review of How the U.S. is Leaving Black, Hispanic and Indigenous Communities Behind. This report examines how well the United States, and US states in particular, serve communities of color by using the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as a tool for evaluating performance.
This report has been produced at the request of the National Center for Faith Based Initiatives (NCFBI) via a collaboration between researchers from SDSN USA (Alainna Lynch and Caroline Fox), and Howard University (Dr. Helen Bond and Dr. Clarence Lusane) with Earl Hamilton (NCFBI).
Quoted from the SDSN
New initiatives to serve over 13,000 young New Yorkers with employment, training, and education support in the face of economic downturn
Accompanying these announcements is a new report by the citywide Disconnected Youth Task Force, entitled Connecting Our Future, which focuses attention on New York City’s population of out-of-school/out-of-work (OSOW) 16 to 24-year-olds. Originally convened in 2019, the Task Force updated its original analysis to account for an expected spike in OSOW as a result of job losses and educational disruptions in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. This report will serve as the City’s strategic plan to serve this population.
“The coronavirus pandemic has caused severe disruptions in education as well as the labor market, with New York City’s young people bearing some of the heaviest costs,” said David Fischer, Executive Director of the NYC Center for Youth Employment. “The Task Force report sets out the importance of making sure our youth and young adults remain engaged in school or work, while offering smart and actionable recommendations for both immediate help and long-term reforms to the full system of career readiness.”
Working with the thoughtful team at Center for Youth Employment and Disconnected Youth Task Force, Stislow Design designed a bright and engaging report and resource conveying the cost of opportunity and the projection of the investment employing the prevention and re-engagement strategies therein.
As said by Stanley Richards, Executive Vice President of The Fortune Society, “There is no wiser an investment than investing in the future of our young people. … We have seen, firsthand, the positive impact that education, job training and work can have on those disenfranchised from society. Connecting Our Future and the initiatives … provide the foundation for a strategic response to engage youth and young adults who are out of school and out of work. The City has, once again, demonstrated its commitment to address the challenges experienced by this fragile population. Fortune is proud to stand with the Mayor, City leaders and my fellow Task Force Members as we take on this enormous task. This is just the beginning. We all need to lean in harder and support our disconnected youth as they navigate a future made even more uncertain by COVID-19 pandemic.”
Quotes from the Official Website of the City of New York
The Transparency, Accountability & Participation (TAP) Network is a broad network of civil society organizations (CSOs) that works to ensure that open, inclusive, accountable, effective governance and peaceful societies are at the heart of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, and that civil society are recognized and mobilized as indispensable partners in the design, implementation of and accountability for sustainable development policies, at all levels.
The TAP Network engages some of the foremost expert organizations on the issues around Goal 16 of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): ‘to promote peaceful, inclusive societies for sustainable development, to provide access to justice for all and to build effective, accountable and inclusive institutions at all levels’. TAP benefits from the invaluable expertise, experiences and unique perspectives of its members, all of whom come together to collaborate under the TAP Network umbrella.
Stislow Design working with TAP Network designed this resource in six languages for stakeholders, particularly national level civil society organizations, to utilize in advocacy on the implementation of and accountability for Goal 16 (of the Sustainable Development Goals) and the broader 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
The UJA 2019 Annual Report outlines their focus from the previous year and lays out their vision and goals for the future year. The report reflects on UJA accomplishments from responses to major local and global developments to events. The communication team is strategizing ways to continually engage a younger donor base to become part of the great work at UJA. Leveraging the brand guidelines, Stislow Design pushed the envelope to reinvigorate this critical development communication piece for a more energetic and youthful piece.
Nothing like ink on paper. The bright colors sing on a gloss coated stock with reader friendly overall dull aqueous coating. The interior short trimmed pages reveal the IN on the inside cover interacting with each page opened completing the key word and supporting the “Are You In?” concept.
Expertly printed at JS McCarthy, Maine
Leveraging the WFUNA identity system to create a branded series of discussion papers.