1 Disturbing Sex Kitten French Vogue photo shoot featuring children
2 Kill Jill organ donation ad cleared
In the TV ad, created by agency The Union, people were urged to sign up for the UK organ donor register.
The ad featured a picture of a young girl's head with a voiceover and text asking: "Would you allow your organs to save a life? You have 20 seconds to decide."
Then the girl's face slowly becomes faded and distorted, with the voiceover and text stating: "Kill Jill?, yes or no. No ... register and you could save a life."
The campaign had worked, said the Scottish government, with a significant response and more than 108,000 people signing up to the register, outperforming the rest of the UK by a factor of three.
It added that the ad was not misleading because there was a direct correlation between the number of people on the donor register and the number of organs available for transplants. (Source)
3 Rain changes everything
The disturbing ad features portraits of children that bleed from the eyebrows, nose, ears and mouth when it rains.
The effect is startling and transforms fresh-faces into car crash victims above the strap line: ‘Rain changes everything. Please drive to the conditions'. When the sun shines they return to normal.
4Child Protection Foundation of Thailand - "branded for life"
5Climate change ad features young girl in a noose
6Verbal Abuse PSA by Juvenile Protective Association
8RSPCA and Domestic Violence
The abuse and killing of animals is far more prevalent in households where domestic violence also occurs. Perpetrators abuse family pets to intimidate and have more control over their parents.
According to statistics, the Australian animal rights association RSPCA figured out, nearly 57% of domestic violence abuse victims delay leaving to seek help, fearing if they do their pets will be harmed or killed.
The RSPCA abuse campaign was developed at The Campaign Palace Sydney, by executive creative director Paul Fishlock. (Source)
9Casa Do Menor's Anti-Child Abuse Campaign
The print campaign designed by famed ad agency McCann Erickson Spain for Casa do Menor shows a child being tormented by ‘hands' and the pain in the eyes of the little one is very haunting; public awareness campaigns should be such to make a long lasting impact on the minds of masses. The displaced and broken toys in the picture depict how childhood gets robbed and little ones get burdened with pain which they don't even understand. (Source)