CFIC congratulates Kera McArthur, Alex Russell and Ailsa Mannell (University of British Columbia) on their Award of Excellence wining design for “2014 Influenza Immunization Program – Beat the Flu!” The campaign design sends an energetic and positive message about vaccination and immunization. Good job!
This design come from the Ottawa Branch of Centre For Inquiry Canada. The friendly little vaccine bottle carries the message vaccines cause optimism, a bit of wordplay on the false information circulated in the anti-vaccine movement about causing other conditions.
Create your own local mini-campaign
CFI Canada has button-makers and we’d be happy to work with you to create your own-local mini-campaign using one of our designs (or you can submit your own proposal); show your friends and community that vaccination is an important public health tool by distributing pro-vaccination buttons with an optimistic and healthy message! Counter the anti-vaxxers in your neighbourhood with education, facts and fun! Contact us at: email@example.com
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