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Archive for January, 2009

  • Dowry: stay away from it

    By on 21 January 2009

    Three ads about Dowry in India. ‘Each day, dowry gets an avarage of twenty Indian women hanged, stabbed or...

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  • fiftyfifty Street Magazine: Invisible

    By on 20 January 2009

    There are many homeless people in Düsseldorf. And many people who don’t notice them. The mission of this video...

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  • Bye Bye Dubya and Thank You

    By on 17 January 2009

    Graffiti in Melbourne. (Source: Flickr) Thank you Mr. Bush for those wonderful years. The past eight years were devastating...

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  • For the children of Gaza, stop the war

    By on 15 January 2009

    New artwork from Hayan Maani (Amman). “Stop the war against the children of Gaza.” Gaza: Children are being killed,...

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  • Take Jane

    By on 15 January 2009

    Produced by the UK-based NO2ID, Take Jane suggests that a national ID “will kill people, by leading murderers to...

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  • Reinforced Swings

    By on 15 January 2009

    Forget playground bullies, there’s a new boss in town.  Santé Suisse is taking it to the 1 in 5...

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  • The Global Hunger Epidemic

    By on 13 January 2009

    Commercials aren’t always about the visuals, with the beauty being sometimes just the sound. The latest Oxfam America ad...

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  • National Coalition for the Homeless: It Can Happen To Anyone

    By on 12 January 2009

    New PSA from the National Coalition for the Homeless (USA) with a darkly ambient Radiohead snippet. PSA is made...

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  • GoodGuide: Ratings of Natural, Green and Healthy Products

    By on 11 January 2009

    GoodGuide recently won in The Crunchies—an annual competition and award ceremony that recognizes most compelling startups, internet and technology...

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  • IndyAct: Stop the carnage

    By on 11 January 2009

    Three ads from IndyAct against animal slaughter for the fashion industry. IndyAct have its roots in Lebanon and this...

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