Amnesty International UK: I Welcome. On the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, these graphics re-imagine the stories of six strong refugee women who face terrible danger and abuse, just because of who they are. Asia also powerfully illustrated Nadia’s Story. Commissioned by CARE International UK, ‘Nadia’s Story’ is a first person illustrated testimony about the difficulties that a Yazidi refugee mother faced on her long difficult journey to Serbia, fleeing ISIS controlled Iraq. Abike's Story and Fleeing into the Unknown) has been presented in both the Guardian, the Observer and the Huffington Post. Amongst her clients you’ll find The Guardian, the Observer, BBC, Huffington Post, NHS, The Overseas Development Institute (ODI), PositiveNegatives, Anfang, Vox Liminis, and many more. Her work is featured in Creative Review and the new children's book that was published in May 2015 has received fantastic reviews calling Gabi's work "jubilant". Commissioned by The Guardian and facilitated by The Poppy Project, Abike's story is a first person illustrated testimony of one woman's experience of being trafficked from Nigeria to London. 'Fleeing into the Unknown: A Journey from Eritrea to England' was kindly funded by the Paul Hamlin Foundation and illustrates the journey of Merha, who escapes the extreme hardship of conscription in Eritrea and crosses Africa and Europe to reach safety in the UK. 'Fleeing into the Unknown' was published in the The Huffington Post and launched alongside an Overseas Development Institute (ODI) policy report, Journeys to Europe: the role of policy in migrant decision-making. Meet the Somalis, commissioned by the Open Society Foundation and produced through PositiveNegatives. Lindsay also illustrated A Perilous Journey, a trilogy of 3 comics based on testimonies taken from Syrian refugees seeking asylum in Scandinavia in July 2015. The comics were serialised in The Guardian and Aftenposten (11-13 Nov 2015). The project was generously funded by Norwegian People's Aid. Lindsay also illustrated Enrique's Shadow. Commissioned by the International Committee of the Red Cross, celebrating the International Day of the Disappeared, Enrique’s Shadow is a first person illustrated testimony about missing people in conflict. Lindsay is currently working on a graphic novel, the Vanni, co-produced with Benjamin Dix about the civil war in Sri Lanka. The book is written from first-person testimony and part-funded by the UK Arts Council. Blandford Forum, Dorset. British comics magazines and features to which he has contributed include Roy of the Rovers, Judge Dredd, Doctor Who Magazine and Doctor Who Adventures. He has also created the graphic novels Don Quixote (based on Cervantes' novel of the same name) and an original story, The Motherless Oven. His work includes Daria: A Roma Woman’s Journey, a collaboration between the UNDP and PositiveNegatives, and Dana's Story, commissioned by CARE International UK, ‘Dana’s Story’ is a first person illustrated testimony about the difficulties that a refugee mother faced on her long difficult journey to Serbia, fleeing ISIS controlled Syria. Cagle.com. Tayo is a graduate of the prestigious Art school, The Kubert School in Dover, New Jersey. He has held exhibitions and cartoon workshops in the U.K., Nigeria, Cameroon, Finland, France, Ethiopia, the U.S., Egypt, Belgium, Italy and Ireland and has published his cartoons internationally. Tayo has produced cartoons and illustrations for school books, newspapers, magazines, and web sites. His work includes Hooked, a five-part comic of the human impact of the international drugs trade in Guinea-Bissau. Hooked was produced for the BBC 'Focus on Africa' programme and published in 10 languages. A Perilous Journey, a trilogy of 3 comics and animations based on testimonies taken from Syrian refugees seeking asylum in Scandinavia in July 2015. The comics were serialised in The Guardian and Aftenposten (11-13 Nov 2015) and an exhibition launched at the Nobel Peace Centre, Oslo (12 Nov 2015). The project was generously funded by Norwegian People's Aid. Illustration by Lindsay Pollock. Animation by Wael Toubaji.