If you see something say something

Stichting Geheim Geweld, the Hidden Violence Foundation in the Netherlands, has a print advertising campaign, challenging readers to do something about the violence that children are being subjected to in secret. The message in these advertisements: “If you see something say something”. The web site: www.hiddenviolence.nl. The papers demonstrate the lasting impact has on children, coming out in drawing therapy. Look carefully and you’ll see evidence of abuse using a chair, fists, burns and belt.

Chair used as a weapon in Hidden Violence print advertisement


Fists used as a weapon in Hidden Violence print advertisement

Burns used as a weapon in Hidden Violence print advertisement

Belt used  as a weapon in Hidden Violence print advertisement

Credits

The Hidden Violence campaign was developed at Saatchi & Saatchi, Amsterdam, by creative director Magnus Olsson, account managers Anne Bando and Eva Cortenbach, and agency producer Jan Willem Wiesenekker, photographer Chris Beeldschoon and illustrator Simon Spilsbury,

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