A flyer for a speech titled: From Dictatorship to Democracy.
The speech is a humorous and informative one that discusses how dictators think, how they manage to rule entire countries and the effects of dictatorships on the society. The speech will help understand the causes of the Arab Spring and the nature of the relations between the middle east and the West.
It is a fundraising speech. $20/person and the proceeds will go to Amnesty International Australia.
Apart from few essentials mentioned below, the designer is free to be as creative as he/she wants.
- The description of the speech.
- Mentioning that it is a fundraising speech.
- A small Amnesty International Logo.
- A disclaimer: The information in this speech does not necessarily represent the position or opinion of Amnesty International Australia.
- A link to ticket purchasing: http://dictatorshiptodemocracy.eventbrite.com.au
- Time, Date and Location:
4th of July
Wesley Conference Centre 220 Pitt St. Sydney
- As this is a humorous speech about dictatorships, its preferable that the design has a humorous tone in it.
- Images of famous dictators and middle eastern dictators like Hitler, Stalin, Hussein , Gaddafi, Mubarak.
- Information about the speaker. Mentioned below.
Here is the description of the event as mentioned on eventbrite:
From Dictatorship to Democracy
A charity evening to raise awareness about dictatorships and to raise funds for Amnesty International Australia.
The event will include a humorous and informative speech titled "From Dictatorship to Democracy" and other entertainment.
The speech discusses how dictators think, how they manage to rule entire countries and the effects of dictatorships on the society. The speech will help understand the causes of the Arab Spring and the nature of the relations between the middle east and the West.
In the speech you will learn:
- How dictators manage to become the supreme power in their countries.
- The effects of dictatorships on the society
- The causes behind the Arab Spring and the effects of dictatorships on the relations between the Middle East and the West
The information in this speech does not necessarily represent the position or opinion of Amnesty International Australia.
The entertainment include raffle, games, and magic.
Tarek is originally from Syria and has been living in Australia for 8 years. The experience of moving from living under a dictatorship to living in a democracy has affected him on many levels and has given him insights into the effects of both systems on the society. Tarek's experience is supported with research and he is keen to share these insights with you.
Tarek has dedicated his time in 2013 to raise awareness about human rights and to raise funds for Amnesty International. He has delivered speeches about dictatorships, joined Amnesty International's challenge of climbing mount Kilimanjaro and now is holding this event.
The proceeds of this event will go to Amnesty International Australia.
Tarek aims to make his speeches both informative and entertaining.You can see him speaking at the following link. Please note this is a different speech to the one about dictatorships.