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Women’s Day #throughglass

Posted by Marc van Gurp | 6-03-2014 22:30 | Category: Violence, Women's Issues



Women's Day #throughglass

This surprising video came in today. Surprising in more ways than one.
Because it isn’t made for a client, or made by an agency. Being a story from everyday life including a terrible twist.
It’s a women’s day through glass. as if it is Google Glass. Looking through the eyes of a woman.

It’s made by a group of creatives based in London with their message for 8th of march, Women’s Day.


Some figures: The WHO estimates that 38% of all women murdered are killed by their intimate partner. 42% of women who had been sexually or physically abused by their partner were injured.
This is also why Women’s Day is still so important. And videos like this.

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