Apply to be an advocacy partner organization - Session 1
PGPI is looking for community and advocacy organizations who are working with complex public policy, systems, or services that could benefit from visual explanation, and where the lack of understanding of these public systems is leading to social inequities. We seek groups who work directly with the constituencies impacted by the issues and who can connect the completed Public Posters directly to that audience..

The jury is looking for partner groups who will engage in a collaborative design process and, most of all, be interested in explaining an aspect of public policy or system. PGPI is seeking to further the Design community’s understanding of the work of partner organizations, and foster a spirit of collaboration between the Design community and community and advocacy groups.

Ideal applicants will have an appreciation for, or an interest in furthering their understanding of the design process.

Successful projects will be those that create an effective, and clearly communicated solution for partners’ constituents.

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Expectations
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Over the 2 month period, you can expect:
- 3-4 in-person meetings with Designer/s and/or PGPI in Houston.
- Setting and meeting reasonable deadlines for project completion
- Responsive communications on all sides
- PGPI manages the collaboration, oversees all aspects of production, provides art direction, research, copywriting, and additional support as needed
- Publicity and promotion of your collaboration
- A public release event in Houston

Organizations can expect
- A final poster that is designed to help your organization serve more people, and assist with outreach and fundraising efforts
- An outside perspective that will improve your communications and reach
- To commit to providing accounts of any results or response during the dissemination process.
- 250 copies of the foldout poster to distribute

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FINE PRINT
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Usage Rights/Licensing: PGPI believes that open Design is a fundamental value of public interest Design. For this reason, the final poster will be licensed under the Creative Commons License 3.0 - For any use (commercial or otherwise) with attribution: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/us/

Reselling of posters could be a fundraising strategy for this program, PGPI reserves right to resell posters for any use, commercial or otherwise, for any amount of time

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Honoraria, Additional Resources
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PGPI manages the collaboration, oversees all aspects of production, provides art direction, research, copywriting, and additional support as needed.

Partner groups will receive 250 free copies of the foldout poster to distribute to those for whom the information will be most useful.

Partner groups commit to providing accounts of any results or response during the dissemination process.

PGPI will publicize the projects and promote them through an event and our communication channels

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For more information about the program, please visit: http://thisispg.org/public_posters.html

Your Name
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Your organization
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Your e-mail address
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Please describe the mission and issue you would like to address.
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Who is the team that will be working on this project? Do you have experience working together?
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Have you ever worked with a designer or design team before? (just for our tracking, no decision is based off of this)
What is one thing that people would be surprised to know about you?
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