Politics

Film students produce slo-mo Easter chicks epic for PETA

Easter is about chicks and bunnies (and a certain Christian festival, of course) so here’s a (not so) heartwarming tale from animal rights group PETA. Made by director Djawid Hakimyar and his colleagues at the Filmakademie Baden-Wuerttemberg and donated on ...

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Grey New York takes gentle approach to gun dangers

To outsiders the incidence of gun crime in the US is both horrifying and mystifying – why on earth don’t they restrict the damn things? But guns are part of the culture for many people there, a rather double-edged birthright. ...

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Mother London wins United Nations sanitation brief

Mother London has been hired by the United Nations to develop a global communications campaign to improve sanitation for 2.5 billion people across the world. The UN’s Millennium Development Goals is its latest ant-poverty project and it has highlighted poor ...

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New IPA report says marketers are failing to respond to needs of UK’s rapidly-growing ethnic population.

Blimey, don’t tell UKIP’s Nigel Farage about this. Britain’s ethnic ‘minorities’ are growing so rapidly that they won’t be that minor in years to come and – according to a new report from the IPA – it’s time advertisers woke ...

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Reporters Without Borders aims posters at Putin

Campaigning body Reporters Without Borders has produced a new campaign, based on the recent Sochi Winter Olympics (who thinks fondly of these now, given Vlad the Bad’s recent antics?) showing how hard it is to get at the truth these ...

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