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Peace & Conflicts

We have 235 blogposts about War, Peace & Conflicts.
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  • International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) Victory by any means isn't victory at all

    Hardest-hitting Red Cross ad ever: “Even wars have rules”

    By on 26 November 2016

    “Victory by any means isn’t victory at all” is the text that lingers after seeing this hard hitting ad from the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC). It sounds almost desperate. It is this undertone what the viewer scares the most...

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  • Human Rights Watch Safe Schools

    The right to safe education should be a matter of course, but it isn’t

    By on 26 November 2016

    Safe education is not evident in all countries. In at least 26 countries the recent years schools are attacked or being occupied and converted into military barracks or bases by military forces and armed groups in conflict zones. It endangers...

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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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  • Amaanah Refugee Services I Promise

    A poem about fatherhood, promises and war

    By on 1 July 2016

    This moving poem is specially made for Amaanah Refugee Services from Houston USA. It is about the boundless love of a father for his daughter and a tribute to all the fathers around the world that have sacrificed a lot for their...

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  • Grey For Good Singapore I SEA App

    Grey Singapore wins Bronze Lion for failed App

    By on 21 June 2016

      Well, isn’t that awkward. ADWEEK reports that Grey For good Singapore’s I SEA App, intended to use “the power of crowdsourcing to monitor the vast sea and make an impossible task possible” has been removed from Apple’s iTunes a few hours before...

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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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  • Selling Brotherhood: The DNA Journey

    Selling Brotherhood: The DNA Journey

    By on 15 June 2016

    Muslim, Gay, Terrorist, Christian, Black, Brown, Refugee, Foreigner… the walls that divide us have many names. Each name comes with a perceived value and worth. After the recent tragedy #Orlandoshooting in Florida, I wonder if we have gotten closer to...

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  • DiningForBrussels Belgians fight back with knife and fork

    Belgians fight back with knife and fork

    By on 31 May 2016

    On March 22nd, Belgium was attacked by terrorists. A month later, the impact on Brussels’ economy was enormous. Especially for restaurants who saw their business go down tremendously. The bankruptcy rate increased by 1500%. Belgians national business newspapers De...

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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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  • Still the Most Shocking Second a Day Save the Children

    Still the Most Shocking Second a Day

    By on 10 May 2016

    The Most Shocking Second a Day video from Save the Children is one the most viewed campaigns about the war in Syria. Because it was so confrontational due to the storytelling technique use of parallel lives. It’s been viewed over 53 million...

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