Black Sash Social Security Seminar Report

Black Sash’s Social Security Seminar Report, November 2018: Facing a world without full employment documents presentations made at the third Black Sash Social Security Seminar on a range of topics related to comprehensive social security for South Africans, in particular adults aged 18–59, among whom there is a high level of unemployment and no social assistance. 

The design challenge was to pull together the inputs from the many presenters into one cohesive design. The solution was a designing a background grid that was flexible enough to contain the many elements. Farm Design also supplied photography and illustration for the book.

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About the Black Sash Trust

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The Black Sash Trust is a 65-year-old human rights organisation, advocating for social justice in South Africa.

The Black Sash works towards the realisation of socio-economic rights, as outlined in the SA Constitution 1996, with the emphasises on social security and social protection for the most vulnerable, particularly women and children.

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