Amnesty International 'how freedom of speech looks in Belarus' by Saatchi & Saatchi

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Saatchi & Saatchi Poland has created an innovative outdoor and press campaign on behalf of Amnesty International to raise the issue of freedom of speech in Belarus. The campaign used images of independent Belarusian politicians taped to trees with grey masking tape. However, the tape covered their mouths, showing that there were not free to speak as they wished. The campaign also saw the front pages of Polish newspapers and websites censored, and a radio station broadcasting a censored version of the news.

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Released: 08 December 2005

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Credits

Project
How freedom of speech looks in Belarus
Client
Amnesty International
Creative agency
Saatchi & Saatchi (Poland)
Brief
To raise awareness of the civil rights abuses in Belarus and encourage Polish people to send letters of protest to President Lukashenko
Copywriters
Kuba Korolczuk, Ryszard Sroka
Art directors
Ryszard Sroka, Kuba Korolczuk
Creative director
Jacek Szulecki
Exposure
Outdoor, press, radio and internet

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