In this tragic a “second-a-day” video by Save The Children and Don’t Panic London, a ordinary young girl’s life gets turned upside-down over a period of a year.
The story format really depicts what war does to children and convincingly shows that Save the Children’s efforts in Syria should be important even to people whose lives have not been overturned by war.
As written on the website, war may not be happening in UK but in Syria the horror portrayed in the video is all too real. Three years of civil war has devastated the live of an entire generation of children.
A lot has been written and said about the right to hold a gun in the USA.
Now this online commercial, made pro bono by Saatchi & Saatchi New York, has been launched, and as it is a bit controversial, it will probably reboot the discussion once again.
Evolve, the nonprofit organization and originator to this campaign, claims to be the third voice in the gun debate with a goal to get the sides to forget about differences and at the least come together to discuss safety.
This past weekend TBWA\Chiat\Day, Los Angeles and Gatorade made a rather small, but cool stunt at one of New Orleans’ most committed high school basketball teams: Riverdale High. The Rebels are on the brink of a playoff birth for the first time in over 20 years, despite their modest facilities. In a must win situation, Gatorade paid them a visit…