To produce an illustration that told a story of refugees, based on testimony from/in different countries and situations. The illustrations were required to be engaging and emotive without being too hard-hitting. Amnesty didn't wish to turn people off with these postcards they wished for a softer approach. They also suggested they could hark back to simpler, graphic Amnesty posters of old.
This was one of two illustrations created to go on postcards to be distributed at a concert series called 'Give a Home' where bands or artists perform in homes in 300 shows in more than 60 countries. This tells the story of an incredible woman of 21 years of age, born in a Kenyan refugee camp, still living there and striving every day to leave, knowing that an education will be her saviour.