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Archive for September, 2008

  • Know Your Human Rights

    By on 30 September 2008

    Most of you heard about the Universal Declaration of Human Rights which was made 60 years ago. But how...

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  • Keep Global Warming Below 2°C

    By on 25 September 2008

    Between September and December this year, Europe will decide its response to climate change. The EU’s decisions will have...

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  • Get Intimate With History

    By on 24 September 2008

    Two ads from the Czech Museum of Communism. Communists like Marx and Stalin had some human genes according to...

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  • Free Your Vote

    By on 23 September 2008

    Another campaign made to inspire larger numbers of young people to get involved and to vote in the next...

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  • Gay and Black is Beautiful

    By on 23 September 2008

    Better World Advertising made this campaign for Black Men’s Initiative (BMI) and Harlem United. BMI is Harlem United’s HIV...

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  • The Hidden Cost of War

    By on 23 September 2008

    VIDEO LINK In 2003, Donald Rumsfeld estimated a war with Iraq would cost $60 billion. Five years later, the...

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  • Declare Yourself: Only You Can Silence Yourself

    By on 22 September 2008

    Declare Yourself, the national nonpartisan, nonprofit youth voter initiative is launched a print and viral campaign aimed at energizing...

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  • bus stop rubbish

    By on 19 September 2008

    Sometimes you just have to rub it in peoples faces and hope they get the message. This is the...

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  • Animal souvenirs

    By on 19 September 2008

    “Don’t buy exotic animal souvenirs.” Simple and effective print. Advertiser: WWF Agency: LOWE GGK (Warsaw, Poland) Source: I Believe...

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  • Vimochan Development Society: Help her and remove that rope

    By on 14 September 2008

    Each day, some twenty Indian women are tortured, stabbed, hung or burned. That’s over 7000 dowry deaths per year....

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