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Ableism

We have 73 blogposts in the field of Ableism. Ableism is a form of discrimination or social prejudice against people with disabilities. It may also be referred to as disability discrimination, physicalism, handicapism, and disability oppression.
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  • Full in Life but not on Facebook

    By on 8 November 2010

    The poster designs will provoke, a good cause is clear: The campaign Full in Life from Aktion Mensch (man of action), the most successful social organizations in Germany, is challenging the exclusion of people with disabilities. Under the slogan...

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  • Look me in the eyes… I said the eyes

    By on 19 October 2010

    Confusing, where to look? The original ad by Wonderbra (left) is obvious. Two things to look at, her eyes and her cleavage. “Regardez-moi dans les yeux… J’ai dit les yeux” “Look me in the eyes … I said the...

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  • Unique Types

    By on 11 May 2010

    Typography isn’t the usual subject when thinking of non-profit campaigns (even design is seldom used), so it’s refreshing to find about this collaboration to support AACD, a brasilian Children Disability Association. On the website, we can find several videos...

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  • The barrier is sometimes just a book

    By on 24 April 2010

    A new campaign from the Turkish Engelleri Kaldır. A book is placed on popular bookstores’ best sellers shelves. The customers will then open the book only to find a complety blank book. Engelleri Kaldır’s message which is placed on...

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  • The barrier is sometimes just a road

    By on 3 December 2009

    “The barrier is sometimes just a road. Due to roads that are not planned according to their needs, our disabled friends are pushed outside the daily life. Are you aware?” Great follow up containing three ads from a campaign...

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  • Alcohol is stronger than you think

    By on 3 May 2009

    Three ads from Associação Salvador, a non-profit organisation from Portugal with a vocation towards the protection and concern for the physically disabled. In this campaign it is about road safety: “O álcool é mais forte do que pensas.” “Alcohol...

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  • Disability in advertising, one of the last taboos?

    By on 13 February 2009

    Disability in advertising, one of the last taboos? That’s one the questions also in this project called Esthétique et Handicap. Deza Nguembock, founder of the project: “As the season of New Year’s resolution and wishes for health, happiness and...

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  • Norwegian Association of the Blind: Don’t Disturb the ones working

    By on 11 December 2008

    Funny video from the Norwegian Association of the Blind / Norges Blindeforbund (NABP). Their main objective is to achieve equal opportunities and status in society for people with visual impairment – and other groups of disabled people. See the...

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  • What moves our athletes aren’t muscles

    By on 22 November 2008

    Three ads from Associação Desportiva para Deficientes (ADD), the Brazilian sport association for disabled people. Copy above: Um dia os médicos ficaram espantados com meu quadro clínico. One day doctors were surprised with my clinical case. Complete copy in...

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  • Sunglasses for KNGF Guidedogs

    By on 4 September 2008

    Dutch KNGF Geleidehonden (Guidedog Foundation) and sponsor SpecSavers created a special pair of sunglasses. They “hid” this trendy model in the racks with normal glasses. When somebody try’s one of the models, they’ll be in for a big suprise....

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