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Discrimination

We have 179 blogposts in the field of discrimination.
Related Pinterest board: Discrimination & Racism. Related category: Ableism.

  • Campaign of the Month October: It Gets Better

    By on 22 November 2010

    The Osocio bloggers choose the best campaign every month. At the end of the year we will have twelve great campaigns from which we will choose the Campaign of the Year. For October the Osocio bloggers voted the most...

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  • Light into darkness

    By on 8 November 2010

    The story: A blind savior The TV commercial shows a young boy who is teased into a dark passage of bigger boys. The boys take his cap off and throw it like a ball to each other. The little...

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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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  • Invisible in the Middle East

    By on 22 October 2010

    This piece of art is about migrant workers in the Middle East. They are rarely discussed in the media and receive little protection from the governments of host countries, many of whom have no clear policies for safeguarding their...

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  • Good50×70 2010

    By on 18 September 2010

    “We need to keep doing socially-engaged design, we need to express what is in our soul, our discontent with the world. That one small, honest voice will help change and that is the reason I wholeheartedly support and value...

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  • Facebook Godwinned

    By on 3 September 2010

    Well, I guess Godwin’s Law (“As an online discussion grows longer, the probability of a comparison involving Nazis or Hitler approaches 1”) doesn’t count when you’re actually talking about Nazis in a historical sense, as this Slovak ad for...

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  • Bartosz Nowicki: The Wall of Silence

    By on 31 August 2010

    The Wall of Silence is a project from Polish photographer Bartosz Nowicki. The project is about the existence and presence of black people in Poland. The photo’s are modified with the Polish national colors red and white. Poland never...

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  • Equal Pay Poster

    By on 23 June 2010

    From Denmark: a campaign for equal pay. “Would you want to work for women’s salaries, Claus?” Claus Hjort Fredriksen is the Danish Finance Minister. Via the excellent Creative Unions blog. Advertiser: Danish Union of Public Employees Agency: Not known...

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  • Do I Look Illegal?

    By on 28 May 2010

    I blogged before about the ridiculous Arizona Senate Bill 1070 (Support Our Law Enforcement and Safe Neighborhoods Act). Do I Look Illegal? is a new campaign on Facebook about the SB 1070. It is organized by Cuéntame, a place...

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  • There are no born criminals

    By on 10 May 2010

    Great project from India about discrimination of the Chharas. It is an effort to reintegrate the Charra community with the mainstream society by breaking the myth of ‘Born criminals’ The project aspired to construct a strategy of marketing human...

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