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Malala Yousufzai awareded the Nobel Peace Price // Spreading the Message.

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Malala Yousufzai, along with Kailash Satyarthis, was awarded the Nobel Peace Price 2014.

After being shoot in the head when standing up for her educational right, Malala have now started her political career and fights for children´s rights. Following words beautifully said by her:

“I speak not for myself but for those without voice… those who have fought for their rights… their right to live in peace, their right to be treated with dignity, their right to equality of opportunity, their right to be educated.”

Malala Yousufzai awareded the Nobel Peace Price // Spreading the Message.

Spreading the Message – 42 Of The Most Powerful Ads.

42 Of The Most Powerful Ads.


 // Save Paper – Save The Planet

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Advertising Agency: Saatchi & Saatchi, Copenhagen, Denmark

 // Neglected Children Are Made To Feel Invisible. Stop Child Abuse Now

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“To dramatize the issue of neglect, we placed mannequins dressed as children behind billposters. When the inevitable happened, we revealed a second message.” (Australian Childhood Foundation, JWT Melbourne)

// Air Pollution Kills 60.000 People A Year

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Advertising Agency: unknown

// For The Homeless, Every Day Is A Struggle

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Advertising Agency: Clemenger BBDO, Melbourne, Australia

Hopefully the ads will have a impact on people. That they make us give it a second thought and change our behavior.  Most importantly, the first step is to change your own behavior.

For all the 42 ads. 

 

Spreading the Message – 42 Of The Most Powerful Ads.

If You Were A Child – Humans of New York

If You Were A Child


Dream -Mom“What do you want to be when you grow up?”
“A mom.”
“What’s going to be the hardest part about being a mom?”
“Bath time.”

Dora The Explorer“What do you want to be when you grow up?”
“Dora The Explorer.”

Dream - Frosen“What do you want to be when you grow up?”
“A princess.”
“What kind of princess will you be?”
“The one from Frozen.”

Dream Dog Walker“I want to be a dog walker when I grow up.”
“What’s the hardest part about being a dog walker?”
“Holding on to the leash.”

Dream Teacher“I want to be a teacher.”
“What’s the best part about being a teacher?”
“Teaching.”

Dream Everything“I want to be a singer, a president, and a tennis player.”
“I want to be a president, a teacher, a doctor, and a police.”

Dream - cool“I want to make cars.”
“What’s the best part about making cars?”
“Seeing how fast they go.”
“What’s the hardest part about making cars?”
“Keeping them from exploding.”

Dream - Hairdresser“I want to be a princess hairdresser.”
“What’s going to be the hardest part about being a princess hairdresser?”
“Cutting Rapunzel’s hair.”

Dream Taller“What do you want to be when you grow up?” “Taller!”

Dream -cool1“I want to do be a zoo designer.”
“What’s the most important part of being a zoo designer?”
“Making the habitats feel like home.”
“What would be your favorite habitat to design?”
“The wolf habitat.”
“And what would that look like?”
“It would be big and have a mountain and a lot of evergreens and a little grass but not a lot of grass because most wolves live in Alaska and there’s probably not a lot of grass there.”

A time where everything is possible and everything is interesting. Most importantly children do what they love the most. From this moment, lets live more like children, do what we love and live like everything is possible.

And if you were a child again what would have been your answer? Are you living your childhood dream? Or did you find a new dream? Still figuring it out?

Photo and Honor Credit to this amazing blog, Humans of New York

If You Were A Child – Humans of New York