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We have 458 blogposts in the field of Human Rights.
Our related Pinterest boards: Human Rights CampaignsDictators, Infographics.
Most used tags: Amnesty InternationalTrafficking, Refugees.

  • 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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  • Stay Human refugees

    ‘Stay Human’ seeks the nuance in the refugee debate

    By on 17 June 2016

    Stay Human is a new campaign from The Netherlands. It is a collaboration of many human rights and developing world aid organisations. There claim is that they are the missing voice in the refugee debate. They are not left or right,...

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  • Where are all the #LGBTSuperheroes?

    By on 1 June 2016

    The mainstreaming of LGBT people is becoming less and less controversial these days in western democracies. (Although we all have a whole lot more wok to do with the “T”) And as art imitates life, the entertainment industry is...

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  • INATAA Brazil promotes dog therapy for war refugees in São Paulo

    Therapy dogs for refugees: Dogs don’t know intolerance and prejudice

    By on 30 May 2016

    The story in this new campaign video is told through the eyes of a dog. It is a therapy dog from the Brazilian INATAA telling us that he don’t care about what is on tv, what is said in the...

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  • Selling shock to prevent teen pregnancy? Does that ever work?

    By on 30 May 2016

    Just because you have a clever art direction idea, doesn’t mean you need to act on it. This campaign, by Sparkling México for Save The Children, is one of those situations. It’s shocking and attention-getting, sure. But was it the...

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  • Life imitates art as Canadian Armed Forces Tweets LGBT kiss #IDAHOT

    By on 18 May 2016

    Four years ago, I posted about filmmaker Mike Buonaiuto’s touching ad about LGBT rights. It featured a “first kiss” between a returning UK serviceman and his male partner: Today, on International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia, and Biphobia, the Canadian Armed...

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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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  • Missing Peruvians return on social media with a last message for Amnesty International in Peru

    Missing Peruvians return on social media with a last message

    By on 30 March 2016

    The video is the case study from the award winning campaign from Amnesty International in Peru. The Peruvian department of Amnesty was looking for 25,000 signatures to commit the government to accept the UN regulation against forced disappearance. And they...

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  • Inter-LGBT Obstacle Course

    The outcome in this LGBT Obstacle Course is not negotiable

    By on 29 March 2016

    This video is made for the upcoming campaign for the Pride Marches organized across France starting in June. In a typical heavily accentuated French style we see the struggle that someone is going through when the sexual identity does not match the...

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  • The Alphabet of Illiteracy

    By on 26 March 2016

    A lovely campaign from Project Literacy, an initiative backed by education publisher Pearson, about the lifelong, and life-changing impacts of illiteracy. Simple, strong and beautifully made using real sculptures to illustrate every letter, and every point. Agency: FCB Sculptures: Wilfrid Wood

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