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Posted by Marc van Gurp | 10-01-2006 22:53 | Category: Homelessness, Poverty



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Donnons un toit à ceux qui n’en ont pas.
Let us give a roof to those which do not have any.

Alles is al een keer gedaan. Dat blijkt hier weer.
Het eerste beeld is de campagne van Samu Social de Paris, een hulpverleningsinstelling voor daklozen in Parijs. (Bureau: TBWA Parijs)


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En die lijkt verdacht veel op die van Childhope Asia Philippines (overige beelden) van een paar maanden geleden (bureau: BBDO Guerrero Ortega).

BBDO Guerrero Ortega Christmas wishes
Als vervolg van de campagne voor Childhope Asia Philippines heeft BBDO vier kerstwenskaarten online gezet:

Over 200.000 children are spending Christmas on the streets.
So instead of a gift, we’ve made a donation in your name to Chilhope Asia.
Merry Christmas from BBDOga

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