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Month: February 2017

We Stand with Brave Girls

We Stand with Brave Girls

Our films for Plan International UK launched on TV and Online last week. The films depict three Brave Girls from Nicaragua, Ethiopia and the UK, all facing a different set of challenges – the risk of female genital mutilation, early pregnancy and online abuse – but all are part of the same spectrum of discrimination…

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Mrs May’s Trump Card

Mrs May’s Trump Card

It was Valentine’s day this week, a day of widespread love and more than likely wider spread bitterness. So naturally we saw this as a chance to troll the unsuspecting and arguably incompetent people at Number 10. We delivered a giant, over the top, Valentine’s Day card from President Trump to Prime Minister Theresa May…

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None of Us Are Equal Until All of Us Are Equal

None of Us Are Equal Until All of Us Are Equal

In our latest work with One.org we created a short powerful film ‘Poverty Is Sexist’. The film travels the globe to bring to light the fact that there is categorically nowhere in the world where women have the same opportunities as men. As a direct result of this women who are the hardest hit by gender inequality…

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Don’t Panic Are Looking For A Creative Intern

Don’t Panic Are Looking For A Creative Intern

Creative Intern   Location: London, Shoreditch Industry: Creative Agency Company: Don’t Panic Duration: 3 months Hours: 9am-5:30pm Monday to Friday   The company: A new and exciting creative intern role has arisen at BAFTA-winning creative agency Don’t Panic London. The role will include some or all of the following: – Work collaboratively with the creative…

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Video Editor

Video Editor

Calling all video editors. We’re looking for talented freelance editors who can help us produce everything from showreels to behind the scenes films to creating comedy mash-up videos for social. You’ll be working across both Don’t Panic London and our sister publication, Don’t Panic Online. You must be proficient in using editing tools (Final cut,…

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Brands ‘funding’ terrorism is a wake-up call to stop buying audiences

Brands ‘funding’ terrorism is a wake-up call to stop buying audiences

The Times’ front page today slated advertising, crying out that ‘big brands fund terror’ through programmatic. And they unwittingly do; ads from the likes of Mercedes-Benz, Waitrose and Argos sit next to content by Islamic extremists, white supremacists and pornographers on their sites and YouTube channels. This is not the first time we have heard…

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