Rabeea Arif
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Rabeea Arif

Creative Communication Design ProfessionalLondon, United Kingdom
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Rabeea Arif
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Rabeea Arif

Creative Communication Design ProfessionalLondon, United Kingdom
About me
Creative professional with over 10 years of experience working as a freelance design consultant for non-profit / charity-sector organisations all over the globe. Passionate about human rights, design for social change, and creative public spaces.
Projects
  • Advocacy campaign for Minority Rights
    Advocacy campaign for Minority RightsCampaign to advocate for the rights of religious minorities in Pakistan to have their own places of worship. Client: Minority Rights Group international
  • Design for Change: Freedom of Expression
    Design for Change: Freedom of Expression
  • 'Dil Phaink': A Multimedia Exhibition at the Southbank Centre - Creative Direction
    'Dil Phaink': A Multimedia Exhibition at the Southbank Centre - Creative Direction
  • Design for Community Arts & Culture Projects & Collatoral
    Design for Community Arts & Culture Projects & Collatoral
  • Publication Design
    Publication Design
  • Design for Social Change
    Design for Social Change
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Projects credited in
  • Women of the World 2017
    Women of the World 2017The 2017 edition of this festival will feature another stellar line-up championing everything that is great about women and girls. Through discussion, debate, performances and activism, female achievements are celebrated and the obstacles that prevent them from achieving their full potential and contributing to the world are explored.
  • Alchemy Festival
    Alchemy FestivalAlchemy Festival is an annual festival at The Southbank Centre, in 2015 along with 12 other young people I created a fashion installation for the festival. The theme for the show was juxtaposing London's culture with Asian culture and exploring how parts of Asian culture has been appropriated by Londoners.
  • WoW Southbank 2017
    WoW Southbank 2017WOW – Women of the World festival celebrates women and girls, and looks at the obstacles that stop them from achieving their potential.  Around the world, individuals and communities are insisting on the simple proposition that women must have equal rights and asking the question: 'Why is gender equality taking so long to achieve?' Southbank Centre's WOW - Women of the World festival is a global network of festivals which provides a platform for investigating this question. WOW 2017 speakers inc
Skills
  • Communications
  • Content and Media Writing
  • Brand Communication
  • Creative Events
  • Arts Programming
  • Talent Acquisition
  • Graphic Design
  • Creative Direction
  • Typography
  • Publication Design
Education
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    (BA hons) Graphic DesignUniversity of Karachi
     - Pakistan
Awards
    Avon logo
    Avon logo
    Avon Communication Award for 'Innovative Campaign'Avon
    https://www.apc.org/en/node/17044