Africa and RECS Infographic ISS

[one_half]Long standing clients, the Institute for Security Studies (ISS), believes that answers for the African continent can be found in Africa. It’s mandate of “enhancing human security on the continent” is often reflected in the work ELP Media helps to produce.

Various project within the ISS (African Futures Project and Peace Operations & Peace Building Programme) use ELP and our infographic skills to draw out key insights and outcomes from their written papers. A comprehensive research report on the African Union and Regional Economic Communities was written and presented. The paper is a lengthy document often directed at those in industry. These short infographics allow the information and it’s core messaging to be accessible to everyone, in minutes, in a concise and highly informative manner.

Our Infographic process, involves the client at every step, through pre-approved mood boards and color palettes as well as client input on the voice over and video effects. This helps to ensure the client’s complete satisfaction with the end product.

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Civics Academy Promo


Civic Education is a vital component of an effective, responsible citizenry in any democracy.  The Civics Academy project is a free educational resource that aims to cultivate democracy through education.

In collaboration with the Hanns Siedel Foundation South Africa, Echo Ledge Media produces content for the Civics Academy website which provides free educational materials for youth looking at important issues.

Such as how our democracy works, what our constitutional rights are and other issues such as how banking or municipalities work.

This promo, an advanced version of the Civics style, saw Echo Ledge animating still drawings made in Paper for iPad. The project is ongoing and content we’ve produced can be viewed and utilised at

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Africa’s Urban Future

[embed][/embed] What does Africa's Urban Future look like? Can African cities evolve to accommodate the continents rapid population growth? Have a look at what the ISS found when looking into Africa and it's future!