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Archive for November, 2010

  • Rape: The shame should switch sides

    By on 26 November 2010

    A new campaign from France about rape. It is from Contre le Viol (against rape), a initiative from d’Osez...

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  • It gets DEEPER

    By on 24 November 2010

    Is “it gets better” enough of a message to make a culture more accepting of sexual diversity? Does an...

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  • Super Mamika

    By on 23 November 2010

    Although Osocio is about communication for and from non-profits we love to inspire you. The pictures in this post...

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  • Asperger’s High

    By on 23 November 2010

    A video from May this year and was announced as a promo for the CW’s newest teen drama series....

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  • Sharkbook

    By on 22 November 2010

    The “Friends of Hector” campaign is trying to teach Canadians about the collateral impact of unsustainable fisheries on the...

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  • Campaign of the Month October: It Gets Better

    By on 22 November 2010

    The Osocio bloggers choose the best campaign every month. At the end of the year we will have twelve...

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  • Toilet talk

    By on 22 November 2010

    This is student spec work (note the lack of advertiser) but I really liked the look of this first...

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  • Pigeon Droppings Guerilla

    By on 21 November 2010

    PopUp is an urban culture festival taking place in Lisbon from November 4 to December 11. This year, it...

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  • Human rights need your flame

    By on 21 November 2010

    Fundraising campaign from Amnesty International Belgium. “Human rights need your flame. Buy a candle.” www.amnesty.be/boutique Advertiser: Amnesty International Belgium...

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  • Emily Pilloton: Teaching design for change

    By on 20 November 2010

    Osocio visitors who are familiar with social design know Emily Pilloton. She is founder of Project H, the project...

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