The National Crime Prevention Council and Canon U.S.A., Inc. Announce Call for Entries for “Stop Fakes” Video Contest to Help Combat Counterfeits

Calling all videographers! The National Crime Prevention Council (NCPC), along with Canon U.S.A., Inc., a leader in digital imaging solutions, announce a call for submissions for a “Stop Fakes” video contest. The contest will help promote awareness around the safety risks of using counterfeit power accessories, such as batteries, chargers, and external flashes, as well as how to avoid counterfeit products.  Entrants will have the chance to enter to win one of three Canon prizes, including a Canon EOS 5D Mark IV EF 24-105mm f/4L IS II USM Kit, and…

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Hard-hitting campaign for the ICRC highlights the agony parents feel when children go missing

adam&eveDDB has launched a hard-hitting campaign to highlight the work of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) in locating and reuniting families separated by conflict, violence and disaster. The film, uses CCTV footage of parents and grandparents desperately searching for children that they’ve lost and asks the audience to imagine that feeling lasting for years as opposed to just a few minutes. The film finishes by showingreal momentsoffamilies torn apart for years being reunited thanks to the work of the ICRC. Matt Clancy, Humanitarian Policy Spokesperson, InternationalCommittee of…

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Past Campaign – Lauren Luke – Don’t cover it up campaign

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As we’re a new site but want to be an overall resource I felt it might be good to showcase some of what I feel are the best ethical marketing campaigns from the past, this one is one which was released in 2012, unlike some of the others we have featured this was a smaller and more focussed campaign but just as important: This campaign was a joint endeavour between Refuge, who opened the world’s first safe house for women and children escaping domestic violence in Chiswick, West London, in…

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Coca Cola aim for inclusion with new ad

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Soft drinks maker Coca-Cola Co have launched a gay-friendly ad for their “Taste the Feeling” campaign which has won praise for diversity and inclusion. On a hot summer day, a brother and sister scramble to win the affection of the family “pool boy” by grabbing an ice-cold Coca-Cola from the fridge and racing outside. But, to their surprise, mom gets there first. “For fans who enjoyed ‘Brotherly Love’ last year, this brings a different take on sibling rivalries,” Rodolfo Echeverria, Coke’s VP of global creative and connections said. “We wanted to position…

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Frances and Refuge team up to tackle domestic violence


Critically acclaimed singer-songwriter Frances’ new music video shows women experiencing domestic violence they are not alone; Refuge can support them Two women are killed by their partner or ex-partner every week in England and Wales alone One in every two young women experience controlling behaviours from a partner – and over a third of young people would not know where to turn to for support Through a powerful music video, Refuge, singer-songwriter Frances and Universal Music UK launch major prevention initiative that lets young women know they are not alone National…

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