Allow time for others
Galaxy Chocolate UK
This Valentine’s day Mars Chocolate follows the story of a woman rushing through life, moving so fast that not even ‘Cupid’ can keep up. Until one day she makes time for enjoying the most normal things in life.
Janek is still waiting...
SOS Children’s Villages Poland
SOS Villages has launched this campaign to promote new foster parents for the 60,000 kids that need one in Poland.
Inclusive cities for sustainable families
High-Level Side Event organized during the UN Commission for Social Development at the UN Headquarters in NYC by The UN Division for Social Policy and Development (DSPD), in partnership with the International Federation for Family Development (IFFD).
Does love last forever?
Cochlear Australia and New Zealand
Short film with two different outcomes, depending on your hearing ability. It’s a hearing test in disguise – based around a love story that follows the lives of a couple over 40 years.
How to invest more on children
Oral statement at the UN Commission for Social Development on behalf of IFFD (3 February 2017). It was delivered by permanent representative Jose Alejandro Vazquez.
A better Super Bowl for some families
Millions of people watched Super Bowl. But without American troops, this day wouldn’t be possible. They couldn’t come home, so Hyundai brought home to them.
Are we making progress?
As the fearless daughter weaves her way through a field of competitors in a downhill cart race in her hometown, her father contemplates whether his daughter’s worth will be measured by her gender through a series of provocative questions.
The strength of a desire
The Swedish retailer Elkjop takes a different approach with this film, going for a more heartwarming and poignant message about gifting in a campaign by DDB Stockholm.
Every child deserves a chilhood
Seventy years after its foundation, UNICEF’s mission remains urgent. Nearly 250 million children are growing up in countries affected by conflict and nearly 50 million children have been uprooted from their homes.
The ride home
70% of Canadian kids quit sports before high school. How parents talk to them about it is relevant for it.