Developed for the Canadian Labour Congress, Rights Are Colourblind was a proposed campaign to raise awareness towards human rights and to educate the electorate during Black History Month, ahead of the 2015 Federal Election in Canada.

With a strong statement and relatable imagery, the campaign aims to bring public attention to the social & racial issues Canada faces, and specially, to one of the ideals of a modern, inclusive democracy and how important a role it plays among the people: class, heritage or gender don’t matter, our rights are colourblind; we are all equal.