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Protect the children…

2 campaigns from 2013 to protect the children.

Moms Demand Action

One of these two children holds in his hands something that has been banned in the United States to protect them. Guess which one.

Protect the children

Campaign of the American association Moms Demand Action in 2013.

While weapons are everywhere in the country, they remind us that Kinder chocolates are (were?) prohibited in case you choke on the small toy found inside the egg.
And that « Little Red Riding Hood » is (was?) banned at school because the little girl has a bottle of wine in her basket…

This is « MuriKKKa. »

Los Intocables (The Untouchables)

The Right to Childhood Should be Protected

1 – Priests & paedophilia
2 – Sexual tourism in Asia (Thailand…)
3 – War in Syria
4 – Organ trade / traffic (Brazil, South America…)
5 – USA / NRA
6 – Obesity

intocables untouchables intouchables

There’s a 7th photo not shown here relating to Fukushima & Japan.

Work by Cuban born Artist and Creative Director Erik Ravelo, who worked @ Fabrica, the Benetton Group Communication Research Center.

See also: Amnesty Intl campaign in Belgium against torture.

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Against torture

Images from a 2014 communication campaign launched in Belgium by Amnesty International (FR) against torture.

The message was « under torture, you’ll tell anything you’re asked to  »

Iggy Pop against torture

Iggy Pop‘s image against torture: « The future of Rock’n’Roll is Justin Bieber. »

There’s a Karl Lagerfeld version too and a few parodies… You can find them on Google if needed…


The DalaĂŻ Lama’s image, stating that “a man who doesn’t own a Rolex watch when 50yo is a loser” created some controversy and was removed from the active campaign.

Au dĂ©but de la campagne, l’une des affiches faisait appel Ă  une image du HH DalaĂŻ Lama, image qui a trĂšs largement circulĂ© sur internet. Bien qu’elle ne visait en rien celui-ci, bien au contraire, elle a fortement heurtĂ© un certain nombre de croyants. Elle fut retirĂ©e des supports digitaux afin de ne pas heurter ces personnes et distraire l’attention du public du vrai objectif de cette campagne : dĂ©noncer la torture.

Read the comments below for some perspective on the subject…