The journey of women's rights: 1911-2015
UN Women captures the journey of women's rights from 1911-2015, and key moments of the women's movements globally.
Coca-Cola’s ad to champion online positivity
A 60-second commercial by Coca-Cola airing during the Super Bowl tackle the pervasive negativity polluting social media feeds and comment threads across the Internet. The spot ends with the #MakeItHappy hashtag – a call to action to promote positivity both online and in the real world.
A dad is more than a father
Another 2015 Super Bowl Commercial, this time from Toyota. It shows that being a dad is a choice, one that will make a wonderful human being who will make their own choices someday too.
Challenges to social development
United Nations Social Development Network
Interview with H.E. Ambassador Simona Mirela Miculescu, Chair of the Bureau of the recent Session of the Commission for Social Development and Permanent Representative of Romania to the United Nations.
This Nissan 2015 Super Bowl Commercial follows the struggles of a hardworking and close-knit family striving for togetherness across the years and shows how important the figure of the father is.
We’re all on the same side
Similac US has released a new campaign video that has been getting a lot of attention, and with good reason. It's funny, it's touching and it sends a fantastic message about parenting — that we’re all in this together, and judging one another helps no one.
What makes a man stronger?
90% of men around the world say that the idea of masculinity has evolved and see their caring side as a sign of strength, but believe that the way it is viewed in media has not caught up. Dove Men+Care is launching a new campaign to help changing it.
Every gift makes a big difference
The Swedish Childhood Cancer Foundation sponsored this ad, based on a clever subway shampoo previous one, to highlight some of the devastating effects of cancer on kids and implore individuals to donate to the organization.
The universal language of Moms
The Elevation Church has done this experiment, asking moms to describe themselves and then compared that what their own kids said about them, with amazing results.
The end of the population pyramid
Between 2015 and 2060 the biggest influence upon the population will be ageing. Small families are already becoming the norm, the fall in fertility is slowing down and now almost everyone is living longer than their parents—dramatically so in developing countries.