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Childline and The Gate stop kids in their tracks with stop motion storytelling

‘Nobody is Normal’ is a beautiful piece of creative work, a stop motion animation, that conveys the vital message to children; that you are not alone.

By Nicola Kemp

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PlayStation celebrates the human desire for epic exploration

PlayStation’s campaign captures the magic and power of escapism, of exploring beyond what you thought was possible, even if that’s just from the sofa.

By Izzy Ashton

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Argos’ Book of Dreams recaptures the magic of Christmas

This year more than ever, it feels as though the UK could do with a little bit of magic, to lift people’s spirits as the crisis lengthens.

By Izzy Ashton

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How The Black British Network encourages action not just words

What organisations and individuals do now is more important than what they say, an ethos that is at the heart of The Black British Network.

By Izzy Ashton

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Greenpeace highlights the global consequences of meat consumption

The campaign demonstrates the power of storytelling through animation to spread the message about climate change and the industrial scale devastation of the natural world.

By Izzy Ashton

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NHS encourages people to not ignore their symptoms and seek support when needed

Perhaps more than ever the public is in need of reassurance in every aspect of their lives and the NHS aims to do just that, to remind people to take care of themselves and find the help they need.

By Izzy Ashton

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RNIB highlight the need for accessible design with the first accessible pregnancy test prototype

This prototype has been designed to highlight the need for accessible design, to respect the autonomy of women who simply want to find out their results in private without having to rely on someone else.

By Izzy Ashton

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Stamma partners with Wikipedia to tackle harmful language around stammering

Campaigns like this are essential tools when it comes to education and ultimately, shifting the narrative, helping to shine a spotlight on harmful language used and dismantle it in the process.

By Izzy Ashton

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Dunelm celebrates the idiosyncrasies of home life

It’s the messiness of this campaign that feels particularly important; it does not attempt to shy away from the reality of life but rather celebrates it in all its imperfect glory.

By Izzy Ashton

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Ginsters celebrates the local community and the Cornish way of life

This campaign successfully captures the expertise of a local business, celebrating a community at the heart of a national brand.

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Headspace takes to the airwaves to announce John Legend as Chief Music Officer

The app recently appointed John Legend as its Chief Music Officer and to kick off the partnership, it has launched a new Focus Mode, designed to help users tune in to what matters most to them.

By Izzy Ashton

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Captain Sir Tom Moore teams up with Cadbury to launch a podcast for Age UK

With this campaign, Cadbury shows just how much people can learn from older generations if they just take the time to stop to ask.

By Izzy Ashton

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WaterWipes honestly depicts baby’s skin to inspire self-belief in parents

By changing the narrative and shifting the way in which parenting is depicted, WaterWipes is working to support and empower each family and to point out that they are all doing just fine.

By Izzy Ashton

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Refuge lobbies the government to change the revenge porn threat law

Teaming up with Cosmopolitan and Love island star Zara McDermott, Refuge is working to lobby the government to change the law around threatening revenge porn.

By Izzy Ashton

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For IKEA, tomorrow starts tonight

IKEA’s latest campaign from Mother London celebrates the importance of sleep in ‘Tomorrow starts tonight’, reminding people that the more you sleep, the more you get out of life.

By Izzy Ashton

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