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

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

  • Amaanah Refugee Services I Promise

    A poem about fatherhood, promises and war

    By on 1 July 2016

    This moving poem is specially made for Amaanah Refugee Services from Houston USA. It is about the boundless love of a father for his daughter and a tribute to all the fathers around the world that have sacrificed a lot for their...

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  • Joseph Ravenell How barbershops can keep men healthy

    How barbershops can keep men healthy

    By on 1 July 2016

    Physician Joseph Ravenell is on stage in this TED Talk. He seems a little tense because his ideas might be misunderstood. (But maybe he finds it simply difficult to speak to a large audience.) The idea and the work of...

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  • WildAid Less Meat Less Heat

    Less Meat, Less Heat

    By on 29 June 2016

    The production of meat for consumption has a major impact on the world, our environment and our health. Animal agriculture is the second biggest sector for production of greenhouse gasses. It’s not a new claim but charity WildAid tells it...

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  • A small, simple, human response to xenophobia

    A small, simple, human response to xenophobia

    By on 29 June 2016

    Hello all. What just happened in my country (the UK)? You may be asking this right now. Believe me, we’re still asking ourselves. One fallout of our recent referendum has been a reported increase in xenophobic behaviour – racist...

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  • Animal charity releases humorous dog detective video calling for tighter measures on classified ad sites

    These dog detectives need help to uncover the truth

    By on 28 June 2016

    A campaign on a heartbreaking subject which you can watch with a smile. That is this humorous dog detective video from international animal charity FOUR PAWS. It is a call to classified ad sites to improve their procedures for selling pets online. The...

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  • Zaria Forman: Drawings that show the beauty and fragility of Earth

    Drawings that show the beauty and fragility of Earth

    By on 27 June 2016

    Zaria Forman makes paintings. Large-scale compositions of melting glaciers and icebergs floating in glassy water. The theme is always climate change. In this TED talk she talks about her motives, the creative process and the motivation behind her work: She began...

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  • Australian Sex Party Makes A Anti-Catholic Jingle

    Australian Sex Party Makes A Toe-Tapping Anti-Catholic Jingle

    By on 26 June 2016

    This is about as irreverent as they come. The Australian Sex Party, which despite its name has a broad civil liberties agenda, recently fired a blasphemous shot across the bow of one of the world’s most powerful religious institutions: The Roman...

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  • Mercedez Holtry: who the fuck taught you history, Donald Trump?

    Poet slams Donald: who the f**k taught you history?

    By on 24 June 2016

    Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is not known to speak based on facts and truths. He uses the well-known propaganda technique of repeating lies, like many did before him (and many will do in the future). Such as the ongoing discriminatory rhetoric about Mexicans immigrants:...

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  • The other is you - L'autre c'est toi - uncovers stereotypes in fundraising

    ‘The other is you’ uncovers stereotypes in fundraising

    By on 23 June 2016

    This video is the animated explanation of a project from three students majoring in social communication in Belgium. It is the final study project from Camille Bettonville, Jeanne Eloi and Fabiola Legrain Sanabria adressing the spread of stereotypes in NGO communication. A subject...

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  • Canada comes to terms with its racist past

    By on 22 June 2016

    Canada, as a colonial country, has a shamefully racist past with Indigenous peoples. French and then English colonists massacred, cheated, and infected the original people here, taking their land in the 16th, 17th, 18th, and 19th Centuries. But long after the...

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