June 25, 2017
The Cannes Lions Grand Prix for Good went to "Refugee Nation," Ogilvy New York's campaign for Amnesty International that created a flag and anthem for displaced Olympic athletes who no longer had a country to call home.
May 09, 2017
Events such as the current U.S. administration's recent travel ban have led to undue mistreatment and discrimination towards Muslims and Arabs, including their mischaracterization by some as "terrorists" or hate-mongerers.
July 22, 2016
Amnesty International Netherlands is highlighting the number of police shootings in Rio since the city was awarded the Olympics with this poignant spot featuring a man running the "fastest 100 meters of his life."
December 11, 2014
In 2012, 56,000 people were murdered in Brazil. Of these, 30,000 are young people between 15-29 years and of those, 77% are black. Amnesty International highlights these horrific statistics in an unnerving film, created by DM9Rio.
July 01, 2013
Amnesty International and Try/Apt Oslo Introduce "Keep the Beat Alive," a crowdsourced music video that lives online that will keep going until the death penalty ends.
June 04, 2013
Amnesty International uses a paper sculpture and diorama of people set on fire to represent the world's horrors, in this latest print campaign through Ogilvy & Mather London.
October 31, 2012
McCann Berlin dramatizes the plight of authors and journalists writing from places where free speech means death with a visually arresting print ad for Amnesty International, where a bookmark doubles as a noose.
May 10, 2012
TBWA Paris presents a disturbing look at instances of torture all over the world, and how money plays a central role in subterfuge when it comes to sweeping abuses under the rug.
December 01, 2011
An Amnesty International street art project is the product of a collaboration between German street art collective Mentalgassi and two creates from W+K London, Lisa Jelliffe and Kirsten Rutherford.
October 11, 2011
Full page ads from Amnesty International Switzerland featured human rights abuses on yellow backgrounds "hidden" behind classifieds in newspapers. The tagline read: Help us prevent human rights abuses from disappearing into the background.