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Abuse

We have 226 blogposts in the field of Abuse.
Related Pinterest board: Abuse & Violence. Related categories: ViolenceWomen’s Issues.
Keywords: Domestic ViolenceRapePedophilia, BullyingHarassment.

  • Plan Belgium: no more cutting

    FGM is terrifying shocking, even with paper

    By on 8 March 2017

    Plan Belgium came with this video in the first week of February to take part in the fight against Female Genital Mutulation (FGM), with global activities on 6 February. The organisation worked with Mandy Smith, who became famous with her...

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  • When The One That Got Away… Really Needed To

    By on 15 February 2017

    This new ad by Union Creative, for Toronto’s Interval House, plays with your assumptions. Launched on Valentine’s Day, it opens with three men from different walks of life (but all white) talking about “the one that got away.” The interview...

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  • Ask for Angela Cleverly Combats Sexual Assault

    The Code Word to Combat Sexual Assault

    By on 1 November 2016

    On 18 October this tweet was posted and has been shared almost 30.000 times. Because it provides such a practical solution. And because it’s easy to remember. And especially because it makes it painfully clear that sexual violence and abuse in the nightlife...

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  • Activists put warning labels on racist costumes

    By on 20 October 2016

    BuzzFeed reports that a Canadian group, Saskatchewan Coalition Against Racism (SCAR), has been running a guerrilla campaign against a Halloween retailer selling costumes that promote offensive stereotypes of Indigenous peoples. The group targeted a Spirit Halloween location in Regina, affixing...

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  • #SavePepe: A campaign to reclaim a meme

    By on 19 October 2016

    It was just one more stupid meme in a year of internet stupidity, egged on by a very stupid American election campaign. One of the iconic Pepe web comics from the early 2000s But for some reason, the use of...

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  • VPOTUS Joe Biden goes undercover for consent

    By on 6 October 2016

    It’s not easy for older authority figures to reach youth through digital media, but Vice President Of The United States Joe Biden is giving it the old college try. In this video for Funny Or Die, the VPOTUS teams...

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  • #23Ways you could be killed if you are Black in America

    By on 20 July 2016

    American singer-songwriter Alicia Keys and her We Are Here movement have a message for her President and Congress:  “We must right our historic wrongs and heal the wounds of systemic racism so that all Americans have the equal right to...

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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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  • Small Victims, Large Numbers Art Installation AMsterdam Power of Art House Domestic Violence Mistreatment

    Small Victims, Large Numbers: the raw truth about child abuse

    By on 12 June 2016

    The images in this post are from an art installation which was seen at the Museumplein in Amsterdam this weekend. It is an installation with 520 names hanging just above the pond. 520 is the number of children deceased in the Netherlands over...

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  • Disembodied private parts preach consent

    By on 4 March 2016

    In a campaign that reminds me of Sweden’s singing genitals for kids, the North America’s Project Consent uses cute animations of body parts to deliver an important social message. In this case, however, the target audience is older. And...

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