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Unicef campaign you can’t not ‘like’

Posted by Reuben Turner | 23-04-2013 11:27 | Category: Developing World

Unicef Sweden today launched this eye-catching campaign about the need for real money, not social capital, to fund their life-saving work. Already picking up steam on social networks. Although ironically I wonder whether the result will be a lot of shares, a lot of likes, and not much money.

Unicef: Likes don't save lives

After the jump, the video.

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Comments about Unicef campaign you can't not 'like'

Thank you for writing about our campaign! But can you please link to the video in our youtubechannel instead: http://youtu.be/2_M0SDk3ZaM. The one you’re linking to now is not connected to UNICEF Sweden. Thanks! //Best regards Jenny at UNICEF Sweden

Posted by UNICEF Sweden | 23-04-2013 21:11

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DONE! (I think.)

Posted by Reuben Turner | 24-04-2013 13:14

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Perfect! Thank you!

Posted by UNICEF Sweden | 24-04-2013 13:33

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