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Human Rights

We have 451 blogposts in the field of Human Rights.
Our related Pinterest boards: Human Rights CampaignsDictators, Infographics.
Most used tags: Amnesty InternationalTrafficking, Refugees.

  • 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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  • Forbrukerradet apps can sell your data

    And if they sell your private pictures on the street?

    By on 23 February 2016

    Most of us know that the use of a smartphone totally violates our privacy. The Norwegian Consumer Council did a survey on the subject with the outcome that only half of us have confidence that apps handle our personal information in...

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  • Anne goes rogue for abortion rights in PEI

    Anne goes rogue for abortion rights in PEI #iamkarats

    By on 30 January 2016

    Anne of Green Gables, the fictional character first published by Lucy Maud Montgomery in 1908, has become an icon of Canadian children’s literature and a major tourist draw for the province of Prince Edward Island (PEI). In the books, Anne...

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  • Migrant workers respond to comments made by Singaporeans

    Migrant workers respond to comments about them

    By on 23 January 2016

    Familiar Strangers is a campaign to both collect and share the stories of low-wage migrant workers in Singapore. Last week, the came up with this video which can be seen as a variation on Homeless people read mean tweets from...

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  • MIA borders

    The most creative video about the refugee crisis is made by M.I.A.

    By on 27 November 2015

    Rapper, songwriter, painter, director and social activist M.I.A. (Missing in Action) just released her new song Borders. The matching video is instantly the most powerful and creative piece about the refugee crisis. She sings: The video and the lyrics...

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  • Undressing Disability: Speaking up for sexual needs

    By on 12 November 2015

    Much of the social discourse about advertising involves the inappropriate sexualization of people in ads, especially women. But what if a group of people actually asks you to sexualize them? That’s the message behind Undressing Disability, a new campaign...

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  • Human Rights Explained In A Beautiful Two Minute Animation

    By on 20 October 2015

    Somewhat nonchalant yet clear, that is the voice from english actor Tim Key telling us what Human Rights are. It is about the values which help keep our society fair, just and equal. Our regular website visitors know that it is one of our...

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  • Syria: Turn the lights back on.

    In Aleppo, 97 percent of the lights have gone out

    By on 7 October 2015

    The stunning simplicity of an animated gif which clarifies the horrors in Syria. That is what Amnesty International UK did with pictures from the Wuhan University in China. Scientists analysed satellite images spanning the four years of crisis in Syria. Their study...

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