It’s not happening here but it is happening now

Posted by Marc van Gurp | 31-05-2006 10:16 | Category: Human rights, Violence, Peace & Conflicts

es geschieht nicht hier aber jetzt

Great use of outdoor from the Swiss department of Amnesty International.
A window to the world by using transparent billboards. It’s not happening here but it is happening now.
References are made to Sudan, Iraq, China, Liberia and other countries.

Campaign partners: Walker Werbeagentur, Federico Naef, Keystone and APG.
More billboards here and here.

non accade qui ma adesso

it's not happening here but it is happening now

non accade qui ma adesso

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it's not happening here but it is happening now

Amnesty International Suisse


Comments about It's not happening here but it is happening now

CumminsNitro of Brisbane, Australia just did something similar.

Posted by James David | 25-02-2008 21:41

Comments about It's not happening here but it is happening now

this is brilliant

they should do this everywhere

Posted by Angelica | 15-03-2008 19:52

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Thanks a lot for your energy to have put these tighns together on this website. John and I very much appreciated your suggestions through the articles about certain tighns. I am aware that you have many demands on timetable so the fact that you actually took as much time as you did to help people just like us by way of this article is definitely highly treasured.

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