The best of non-profit advertising and marketing for social causes

The best of non-profit advertising and marketing for social causes

  • Behind the Seams: Who makes your clothes?

    Behind the Seams: Who makes your clothes?

    By on 3 May 2016

    Behind the Seams is a new ongoing campaign launched as an indictment of the fashion industry. They started with a clear mission: There should be no mystery as to who is making your clothes. The organisation want to improve the conditions of workers...

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  • Comparing drunk driving to suicide is a terrible idea

    Comparing drunk driving to suicide is a terrible idea

    By on 2 May 2016

    Where I live, it’s Mental Health Week. A time when we’re supposed to educate and sensitize ourselves about the pain that mental health issues can cause. So it was not a good time for me to see these ads...

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  • Reporters Without Borders Belgium - Singing Dictators

    Dictators sing ‘Happy Birthday’ for Reporters Without Borders

    By on 1 May 2016

    Reporters Without Borders Belgium began their work 20 years ago. To commemorate that they are unfortunately still not superfluous after 20 years they created a mashup video that shows dictators Vladimir Putin, Kim Jong-Un, Recep Erdogan, Bashar Al-Assad, Robert Mugabe and...

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  • #IAmMuslim - An Initiative To Address Islamophobia from People Against Suffering Oppression and Poverty - PASSOP

    Provocative Initiative To Address Islamophobia: #IAmMuslim

    By on 28 April 2016

    A campaign about Islam and intolerance combined with flags as the ultimate symbol of nationalism. Those are enough ingredients to call it provocative. Agency NATIVE VML did it for People Against Suffering Oppression and Poverty (PASSOP), a South African non-profit that advocates for...

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  • AA ads are stark art, but are they too Absolut?

    AA ads are stark art, but are they too Absolut?

    By on 27 April 2016

    They’re certainly artistic, with illustration by Arthur D’Araujo. And the message, by Ogilvy & Mather, Auckland, is clear: Alcoholics Anonymous will help you get across the chasm of addiction, to the people and things that matter. The weird thing about the ads,...

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  • Gun Crazy States United to Prevent Gun Violence SUPGV

    They expected a gun filled blockbuster. They got reality.

    By on 25 April 2016

    There is no evidence that this experiment is really done. It seems to be so, but it is not so important. The video report afterwards is the most important part, acted or not. The experiment is done by States United to Prevent...

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  • World Vision Canada Change Conflict to Peace in Syria

    Building peace in Syria in five steps

    By on 24 April 2016

    This call to the Canadian Minister of Foreign Affairs Stéphane Dion comes from Christian humanitarian aid, development, and advocacy organization World Vision in Canada. They asked Toronto based agency Grassriots to make a campaign aimed to mobilize Canadians to urge their government to...

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  • War Child Canada Mother’s Day Sacrifice

    These mothers don’t want pink slippers on that day in May

    By on 22 April 2016

    This May, War Child Canada asks moms to sacrifice their Mother’s Day gift in exchange for a donation to the charity, which helps mothers and children living in war zones. And they do that with this very funny campaign video and...

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  • Marine Conservation Society: Get to know fish better

    You really get to know fish better

    By on 19 April 2016

    The ads don’t look like ads. It is more something of the front of an information brochure. And the drawing style isn’t very special. But the work is good because it funny, the viewer is not pedantic addressed and there...

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  • Nightcrawlers of Phnom Penh

    The nights in Phnom Penh are full journalists and road fatalities

    By on 18 April 2016

    This is one of the most fascinating documentaries from this year. It’s is shot in Phnom Penh, Cambodia’s busy capital. Death and traffic is the central theme. The people of Hunger TV followed some freelance calamity journalists who mostly work at night to pick the...

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