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  • We Are Who We Become

    Luvo jumped over his addiction with sport

    By on 15 October 2014

    The video below is the story of Luvo, a near-to professional long-jumper. In his teens Luvo has been supported by a non-profit organisation specialising in community development through sport and recreation. Especially in those days when he struggled with...

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  • Down syndrome eyes as selling point

    By on 14 August 2014

    The image above, without the copy, goes round and round on most of the social media channels since yesterday. It is famous Belgium footballer Kevin De Bruyne with Down’s Syndrome eyes. Today it became known what it is about....

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  • City of Buenos Aires: life is better by bike

    Five gorgeous posters to tell you that life is better by bike

    By on 23 July 2014

    Probably the best campaign this year about the benefits of cycling comes from Argentina. The City of Buenos Aires explains with gorgeous illustrations and great copy why life is Better by Bike. Stay healthy by cycling. And don’t forget,...

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  • Tender: Woman’s reaction to England World Cup knockout

    Woman’s reaction to England World Cup knockout

    By on 25 June 2014

    England’s defeat isn’t just a ‘knock out’ for the team. Results from a research paper published in the journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency showing “a match day trend that the risk of domestic abuse rose by 26%...

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  • Youth take the streets in this powerful Brazilian Rap da Rua #NoWorldCup

    Youth take the streets in this powerful Brazilian Rap da Rua #NoWorldCup

    By on 11 June 2014

    Jennifer Lopez and Pitbull sing ‘We Are One’ during the World Cup opening ceremony in Brazil. And not all Brazilians agree. Many off them dislike the FIFA and their government’s behaviour. There are many things to tell about Brazil...

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  • Why a Brazilian football team played with an inverted jersey and no one noticed

    Why a Brazilian football team played with an inverted jersey and no one noticed

    By on 6 June 2014

    Due to the increasing racism, Brazilian football club Botafogo inverted the colors of its traditional jersey. It was striped black and white for over 100 years. And the club, together with Puma, announced that they would take the field...

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  • NHS Blood and Transplant: Greatest Team in the World with Terry Butcher

    In England they hook into the World Cup with iconic blood

    By on 22 May 2014

    The British NHS Blood and Transplant is asking new and existing donors to give blood and be part of the Greatest Team in the World to help maintain healthy blood stocks for patients throughout the busy summer months. The...

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  • Scouting Switzerland: Scouting is pretty cool. Outdoor.

    Scouting is pretty cool. Outdoor.

    By on 24 February 2014

    Scouting has been around for over 100 years. And many new activities for young people have passed by in that century. Scouting has gotten a dull image in recent years. Yet they are the best in outdoor they say...

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  • Outlangish: Skateboarding Against Poverty

    Skateboarding Against Poverty

    By on 19 February 2014

    Outlangish is a South African project that offers kids from disadvantaged areas in Cape Town an alternative to life on the streets through skateboarding. The idea is to offer the kids a sport that will give them a sense of...

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  • Canadian Paralympians push the envelope for Sochi

    Canadian Paralympians push the envelope for Sochi #whatsthere

    By on 5 February 2014

    After gathering huge accolades for their “Unstoppable” campaign for London 2012, the Canadian Paralympic Committee and BBDO Toronto have taken a different approach to the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi. Where “Unstoppable” was a moving, storytelling approach, #whatsthere is...

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