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Save the Children: Contaminated drinking water

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We must make this a thing of the past.
Contaminated drinking water
Mandera, Northern Kenya c. 2009
It's frightening to think children today are still forced to work in factories, employed as prostitutes, or don't have access to clearn water. These are some of the many issues Save the Children is working to make obsolete. Don't miss our unique 'Make it a thing of past' exhibition at Southern Cross Station, corner of Collins and Spencer Streets, 3-12 July.

Advertising Agency: M&C Saatchi, Melbourne, Australia
Creative Director: Steve Crawford
Art Director: Murray Bransgrove
Copywriters: Sandra Galiazzo, Doogie Chapman
Photography: Paul Torcello
Retouching: Ed Croll, Julia Cornelius
Account Service: Chantelle Warren, Bree Woodhouse

Save the Children: Child worker

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We must make this a thing of the past.
Child worker
Dhaka, Bangladesh c.2009
It's frightening to think children today are still forced to work in factories, employed as prostitutes, or don't have access to clearn water. These are some of the many issues Save the Children is working to make obsolete. Don't miss our unique 'Make it a thing of past' exhibition at Southern Cross Station, corner of Collins and Spencer Streets, 3-12 July.

Advertising Agency: M&C Saatchi, Melbourne, Australia
Creative Director: Steve Crawford
Art Director: Murray Bransgrove
Copywriters: Sandra Galiazzo, Doogie Chapman
Photography: Paul Torcello
Retouching: Ed Croll, Julia Cornelius
Account Service: Chantelle Warren, Bree Woodhouse

Save the Children: Child prostitute

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We must make this a thing of the past.
Child prostitute
Bangladesh c. 2009
It's frightening to think children today are still forced to work in factories, employed as prostitutes, or don't have access to clearn water. These are some of the many issues Save the Children is working to make obsolete. Don't miss our unique 'Make it a thing of past' exhibition at Southern Cross Station, corner of Collins and Spencer Streets, 3-12 July.

Advertising Agency: M&C Saatchi, Melbourne, Australia
Creative Director: Steve Crawford
Art Director: Murray Bransgrove
Copywriters: Sandra Galiazzo, Doogie Chapman
Photography: Paul Torcello
Retouching: Ed Croll, Julia Cornelius
Account Service: Chantelle Warren, Bree Woodhouse

Save the Children: Child war refuge

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We must make this a thing of the past.
Child war refugee
Democratic Republic of the Congo c. 2009
It's frightening to think children today are still forced to work in factories, employed as prostitutes, or don't have access to clearn water. These are some of the many issues Save the Children is working to make obsolete. Don't miss our unique 'Make it a thing of past' exhibition at Southern Cross Station, corner of Collins and Spencer Streets, 3-12 July.

Advertising Agency: M&C Saatchi, Melbourne, Australia
Creative Director: Steve Crawford
Art Director: Murray Bransgrove
Copywriters: Sandra Galiazzo, Doogie Chapman
Photography: Paul Torcello
Retouching: Ed Croll, Julia Cornelius
Account Service: Chantelle Warren, Bree Woodhouse

Save the Children: Child soldier

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We must make this a thing of the past.
Child soldier
Democratic Republic of the Congo c. 2009
Don't miss this unique exhibition.
Southern Cross Station. 3-12 July.

Advertising Agency: M&C Saatchi, Melbourne, Australia
Creative Director: Steve Crawford
Art Director: Murray Bransgrove
Copywriters: Sandra Galiazzo, Doogie Chapman
Photography: Paul Torcello
Retouching: Ed Croll, Julia Cornelius
Account Service: Chantelle Warren, Bree Woodhouse

Save the Children: Contaminated drinking water

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We must make this a thing of the past.
Contaminated drinking water
Mandera, Northern Kenya c. 2009
Don't miss this unique exhibition.
Southern Cross Station. 3-12 July.

Advertising Agency: M&C Saatchi, Melbourne, Australia
Creative Director: Steve Crawford
Art Director: Murray Bransgrove
Copywriters: Sandra Galiazzo, Doogie Chapman
Photography: Paul Torcello
Retouching: Ed Croll, Julia Cornelius
Account Service: Chantelle Warren, Bree Woodhouse

Save the Children: Child worker

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We must make this a thing of the past.
Child worker
Dhaka, Bangladesh c. 2009
Don't miss this unique exhibition.
Wesfield Carindale. 21-30 August.

Advertising Agency: M&C Saatchi, Melbourne, Australia
Creative Director: Steve Crawford
Art Director: Murray Bransgrove
Copywriters: Sandra Galiazzo, Doogie Chapman
Photography: Paul Torcello
Retouching: Ed Croll, Julia Cornelius
Account Service: Chantelle Warren, Bree Woodhouse

Save The Children: Chicken

Save the Children: Andrei

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The purpose of the spots is to draw public attention to the victims of this human rights-defying crime; to raise the public's awareness of the as yet unknown scale of this problem, whose victims go un-noticed and to make people aware of their social responsibility to actively denounce trafficking.

Advertising Agency / Production Company: Thetouch, Spain
Art director: Sergio Sainz
Copywriter: Yoryo Hortolà
Film Director: Rafa Calleja
Music: Avantroots

Save the Children: Ewoma

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The purpose of the spots is to draw public attention to the victims of this human rights-defying crime; to raise the public's awareness of the as yet unknown scale of this problem, whose victims go un-noticed and to make people aware of their social responsibility to actively denounce trafficking.

Advertising Agency / Production Company: Thetouch, Spain
Art director: Sergio Sainz
Copywriter: Yoryo Hortolà
Film Director: Rafa Calleja
Music: Avantroots

Rädda Barnen (Save the Children): The Lottery of Life, Darfur vs Sweden

Rädda Barnen (Save the Children): The Lottery of Life, Palestine vs Sweden

Rädda Barnen (Save the Children): The Lottery of Life, Philippines vs Sweden

Rädda Barnen (Save the Children): The Lottery of Life, Sierra Leone vs Sweden

Rädda Barnen (Save the Children): Christmas Bargains

Save the Children: Picture Protect

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URL: http://www.pictureprotect.org/
Send to your friends: http://clients.hellodagman.com/pictureprotect/generator/

What if your pictures on the internet are modified or end up somewhere you never intended? Unfortunately, this happens more often than you think, especially to young people. We created Picture Protect to make it easier to keep track of your pictures online. To promote the service, we created a viral generator where anyone can create an email with a link to a fake site and send it to a friend. The friend will appear on the fake site with their personal pictures found on google. It's an eye opening example to make you aware of the problem and start using Picture Protect. We used it successfully ourselves to send email to influential people like journalists.

Advertising Agency: Åkestam Holst, Sweden
Creative Director: Martin Cedergren
Art Director: Björn Gustafsson
Copywriter: Patrick Dry
Code / Design: Andreas Fernhede Dagman

Save The Children: Close the annotation

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A single click can help change the world.

Creative Director: Shachar Aylon
Published: May 2011

Save The Children: Only cowards beat their child

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Only cowards beat their child

The problem: Every year, approximately 30.5% of children are abused or neglected, but less than 1% of incidents are reported. Ignoring child abuse makes it more acceptable.

Solution: Our specially designed human punching bag will be hung in busy public areas to highlight the problem of child abuse and help correct the widely held misconception that “Children can never be successful if you do not beat them”. This graphic display will not only educate the public on the rights of children but also remind them to be alert to child abuse and report it.

Advertising Agency: Linkus, Beijing, China
Creative Directors: Polar.qiao, Zhanfeng Sui, LiangYu Lu, Zhenquan Gao
Art Director: Polar.qiao, Zhanfeng Sui, Guannan Tao, Zifeng Jin, Dongwei Zhang
Copywriter: Lifang Tian, YangJing, Gentrad
Photographer: Hui Jing
Published: July 2011

Save the Children: The Beggar

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Tear here to stop Child Exploitation /
Rip down the string and set her free

Problem: Street children are a global problem. In China, informal statistics have up to 1.5 million children living on the streets, of which up to 79% are exploited by criminals who force the children into picking through garbage, begging, performing or stealing. These children are trapped in a life of pain and suffering where malnutrition and abuse are all they know. For the average person on the street the sight of these children is disturbing but nothing new, and as much as they’d like to help they don’t know how.

Idea: Our dramatic photographs incorporate actual strings to represent the puppet-like manipulation of children caught in these situations. The strings are held in place by a removable banner which describes the plight of the children. When the banner is torn off by the reader the strings are released and information is revealed to tell the reader how they can help. These cards are distributed in large cities and urban areas around China to inform people about Save the Children, an international charity organization dedicated to rescuing children from exploitation.

Advertising Agency: Linksus, Beijing, China
Creative Director: Polar Qiao, Lin Bo, Gao LuYang
Art Director: Polar Qiao, Lin Bo, Gao LuYang
Copywriter: Tian LiGang, Tian LinYan, Gentrad
Photographer: Shi Zhong, Hui Jing
Published: November 2011

Save the Children: Kitchen Circle

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70% of abused children turn into abusive adults.
Donate at savethechildren.mx

Advertising Agency: Y&R, México
Chief Creative Officers: Rafael Barthaburu, Esteban Sacco
Creative Director: Francisco Ferro
Copywriter: Auber Romero, Gumaro Davila, Salvador Lara
Art Directors: Jose Mario Muñoz, Oscar Chávez, Ana Segurajáuregui
Head of Art: Oscar Cuevas, Francisco Hernandez
Production company: Circo Films
Executive Producer: Chon Alatorre
Agency Producer: Ivonne Cortes, Adrian Ramos
Photographer: Ale Burset
Account manager: Alvaro Dopico
Published: May 2012