Anti-racist award

The Benjamin Award is an anti-racist award that was established in 2002. The award is named after Benjamin Hermansen, who was murdered, only fifteen year old, at Holmlia in Oslo in 2001. The award is awarded each year in connection with the international holocaust day 27th January.
The Benjamin Award Foundation wanted to have a visual identity in place that was clean cut, simple and unambiguous in its communication and origin. Through co-operation with the Holocaust Centre in Oslo, and with the board of the Benjamin Foundation as body entitled to comment, a visual identity was developed and communication material geared towards the target groups were adapted.