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Human Rights

We have 472 blogposts in the field of Human Rights.
Our related Pinterest boards: Human Rights CampaignsDictators, Infographics.
Most used tags: Amnesty InternationalTrafficking, Refugees.

  • Human Appeal Deadly Shadows #ShineALight

    Deadly Shadows #ShineALight

    By on 17 June 2015

    This new video from Human Appeal, called ‘Shine A Light’, explores the causes of child mortality around the world. It shows a child’s shadow frozen in time and seamlessly replaced with the identical shadow of a genuine arrangement of rotting food,...

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  • Remembering Chloe Cooley and the railroad to freedom

    By on 17 June 2015

    People in the United States are well aware of their nation’s history of enslaving people from Africa. But in Canada, where I live, the story of our complicity in this crime against humanity is less often told. In the...

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  • Sei Solidar Suisse

    When sharing is similar to solidarity

    By on 16 June 2015

    Solidarity, it’s my main motive to make Osocio. Sharing knowledge and creativity for everyone who wants to make this world a little more beautiful. Sharing talent, enthusiasm, love, emotion, happiness, joy and belief just like the people in this new very funny...

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  • Noah: So You Think You Can Stay

    Asylum Seeker, So You Think You Can Stay?

    By on 29 May 2015

    A smile and tears are close to each other in recent campaigns from Norway. SAIH did it several times. This time it comes from NOAS, the Norwegian Organisation for Asylum Seekers. So You Think You Can Stay is a parody of...

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  • Anti-FGM campaign looks brutally familiar

    By on 22 May 2015

      The first thought that crossed my mind, when people started asking me about this new anti-FGM (Female Genital Mutilation) campaign by Ogilvy, UK, was “didn’t Amnesty do it first”?   Yes, they did. This iconic image, by Volontaire (Stockholm, Sweden)...

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  • Makkox Gazebo Grande Opera Lampedusa

    Italian Cartoonist draws the Grand Opera of the Mediterranean Horror

    By on 7 May 2015

    Makkox is satirical cartoonist and is well known from the programme Gazebo at the Italian RAI 3. The cartoonist draws live during the programme and this is what he created recently about the horrors of the Mediterranean sea. It’s satire with...

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  • Amnesty International Czech Republic: How do you spell discrimination?

    How do you spell discrimination?

    By on 28 April 2015

    “Must Try Harder” is the new campaign from Amnesty International in the Czech Republic. The campaign is about discrimination and segregation of Romani children in education in the country and the video which is the key visual features different children of different nationalities...

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  • Equal Pay Day What Women Really Want

    What Women Really Want

    By on 28 March 2015

    This is the new annual campaign of the Belgian Zij-kant about the wage gap between man and woman. The campaigns have become a tradition in recent years and are very funny. One would almost wish that the wage gap persists forever. The video...

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  • #thegaysweater challenges our vernacular

    By on 27 March 2015

    This art project, by the Canadian Centre for Gender & Sexual Diversity, has gone viral in North America. Knitted from human wool (spun from hairy contributions from the heads of LGBT Canadians) the sweater is currently on tour. The purpose...

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  • Silent no more – Aboriginal women in Canada

    By on 22 March 2015

      I didn’t know much about this topic. My Osocio colleague, Tom, brought me into the cold water of information and I am very grateful and honored that I may post about Aboriginal women in Canada. Indigenous women are...

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