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Funny video about using stereotypes for fundraising campaigns by The Norwegian Students' and Academics' International Assistance Fund

▶" The Games have always been a little bit gay. Let's fight to keep them that way" Canadian Institute of Diversity and Inclusion Agency: Rethink

Super Heroes Don't Exist: Only you have the power to protect human rights. Amnesty International Advertising Agency: Air, Brussels, Belgium

Arsalan Iftikhar, senior editor at The Islamic Monthly posted a picture of a defaced version of this Gap add featuring Sikh actor and jewelry designer Waris Ahluwalia to his Twitter and Facebook. The caption was changed from "Make Love" to "Make Bombs," and also said "Please stop driving TAXIS." Gap responded by changing their twitter background to Ahluwalia's poster.

"the censorship never gives up. it always comes back in a disguise." Brazilian Press Association: Woman | Ads of the World™

"Women need to be seen as equal" UN Women: Auto Complete Truth 1 Ogilvy & Mather, Dubai, UAE

“Gendercide” ad from The Life Foundation

Who is really behind these powerful “Gendercide” ads?

Abused Goddesses Recreated scenes from old hand-painted images of Indian goddesses Images were commissioned by Save the Children India. Ad agency: Taproot

"Victims are people just like you and me." ACAT campaign against torture Agency: Advico Y&R, Zurich, Switzerland

Awesome ad placement

In the eyes of a Somali child war is barely a game Amnesty International

"We choose to get raped" Stop the Daily Rapes in Darfur Amnesty-International

Amnesty International

In this radical voting campaign, Tunisian NGO Engagement Citoyen erected an enormous poster of ex-dictator Ben Ali in the capital of La Goulette, inspiring shock and anger in passersby. Citizens came together to tear the image down -- only to discover the message, "Beware, dictatorship can return. On Oct 23, VOTE." Advertising agency: Ogilvy

A campaign for CALM, a New Zealand NGO dedicated to creating landmine awareness, banning landmines and the removal of landmines.

"Some countries treat journalists like you treat a pen" // "Algunos países tratan a los periodistas como tu tratas un bolígrafo" - Reporters witout Borders

Social ads in New Europe - Golden Drum winners

Campaign: The longer you live on the street, the harder it is to get off img class=alignright src= alt=Samu Social/ Agency: Publicis Country: img src= alt=France/ France

Campaign: Refugees would like to have the same problems you have Agency: Young & Rubicam Country: Argentina