Lets Save AFRICA! Nooooooooooo
You know how these charities play around with stereotypes in the depiction of
for aid's sake, Its for a good cause but gosh. Well,The Norwegian
Students' and Academics' International Assistance Fund With funding from The Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (Norad) is
calling for change in the way the way fundraising campaigns are
communicating issues of poverty and development. They are awarding creative
fundraising campaigns with the Golden Radiator Award, and stereotypical
campaigns with the Rusty Radiator Award. An international jury nominated eight
videos, and YOU get to decide the winners by VOTING NOW! Winners will be
announced 3rd of December
The video above is pretty much a mockery, an example of how these organizations play with stereotype, but if you look closer you will see all these stereotypes are used and abused by charity organizations and fundraising campaign. Scrape that image. Make it real
Get to see some of the videos nominated for the Rusty award below.
50 cent's wanting to fee a Billion People
UNICEF USA Help Save Children's Lives
All these ads seem genuine until you think about it, 50 cent marketing gimmick didnt tell you how much he was donated to the children in the video or how the funds will be used....he's solution is simple...buy a drink feed a child, is he looking to feed a kid or increase sales?
UNICEF USA, suffereing children waiting to be saved by ur donations, mhhhhh