Call for proposals: Development of the Global Drug Policy Index’s logo, branding and website


Call for proposals: Development of the Global Drug Policy Index’s logo, branding and website

11 February 2021

In 2020, the Harm Reduction Consortium* submitted a successful proposal to the Robert Carr Fund (RCF) to deliver a new project titled: ‘The Global Drug Policy Index (GDPI): A bold new approach to improve policies, harm reduction funding, and the lives of people who use drugs’.

The GDPI project aims to develop and implement a new composite index to document, measure and compare government policies related to drugs deemed illicit.

The GDPI will be housed in a brand-new website with relevant branding (including a dedicated logo). The website will display data to a diverse audience, which is why it is imperative that the design is engaging, accessible and prioritises ease of use.

Proposals to develop the GDPI's new website and branding should be submitted by 3 March 2021, via e-mail to Juan Fernandez Ochoa, IDPC Campaigns & Communications Officer (jfernandez[@] Please ensure the subject contains the following in the subject line: GDPI Website & Branding development. Award decisions will be made by 5 March 2021 at the latest. Please note that we will only be able to respond to proposals that respond to this brief.

For more information, please check our full brief, below.

* For the purposes of this project, the Harm Reduction Consortium comprises: the International Drug Policy Consortium (IDPC) as the lead partner, Harm Reduction International (HRI), Youth RISE, the Women and Harm Reduction International Network (WHRIN), the Middle East and North Africa Harm Reduction Association (MENAHRA), the European Network of People who Use Drugs (EuroNPUD), the Global Drug Policy Observatory at Swansea University (GDPO), the Eurasian Network of People who Use Drugs (ENPUD), and the West Africa Drug Policy Network (WADPN)–with the Eurasian Harm Reduction Association (EHRA) as an additional, non-financial partner.


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