Unicef and advertising agency Forsman&Bodenfors from Sweden have released this horror commercial. The video is really bizarre, in our opinion.
UNICEF and advertising agency Forsman & Bodenfors have released a brilliant Christmas campaign called “The Good Guys Christmas”. The video features Jesus, Gandhi and Mother Theresa having dinner and remembering all the good things they have done.
UNICEF and advertising agency Forsman & Bodenfors have released a brand new Christmas campaign. The video features Jesus himself, learning to use the internet. The UNICEF's agent teaches him the joy of the world wide web. Jesus seems to be very much into it and immediately starts clicking the flashing ads of muscular men.
UNICEF and advertising agency Forsman & Bodenfors have released a brilliant Christmas campaign "The Good Guys Christmas". The video features a guy, who finds himself in the company of Jesus, Gandhi and Mother Theresa.
UNICEF and advertising agency from Chile Ogilvy & Mather have made this incredibly moving video entitled “Costume”. The video features a boy who is in a process of building something. He uses the box to make it, is careful and creative with his invention. But what seem to be a game, turns out to be a protection against the nightmare. He builds a shelter against the violent parent.
The web video presents a newer version of donation. According to the campaign, the anonymous donations are not that effective as it could be. Today, social network allows to use web for good purposes. As in this video, you can see the Facebook profiles of poor people. And send a gift when their post says, that they are in need of water, medicine or something else. The gift's worth is one dollar.
Children in Indonesia spend almost 5 hours per day watching television, what is nearly double the recommended. Seeking to promote the healthier way of life UNICEF Indonesia has launched a quite cool campaign.
To attract people’s attention and encourage them to help the victims of landmines UNICEF placed Landmine-stickers on the pavement in front of their information booths.