…but at what price? …but at what price? What does an education cost? I want to be an Aid Worker, I want to meet Bono Posted by Tom Megginson on 9 March 2011 in Developing World This campaign from Amnesty France cuts right to the point: many of the luxuries of our western lives are stained with third world blood: “What’s the true price of those diamonds?” Not a new message, to be sure. But an important one worth repeating. One more after the break. “What’s the true price of that furniture?” Advertiser: Amnesty International France Agency: Please let us know if this is your work Source: Creative Advertisements for NGO Tags:Amnesty International, France Share this article: 0 About Tom Megginson I am Creative Director at Acart Communications, a Canadian Social Issues Marketing agency. Read more Related Articles We can turn it off, in Aleppo they can’t. Burns and Smiles – the fight of burn victims Clitoral crop marks are a monumental PSA for women’s sexual health Does Louise Delage’s life really look so bad?