COI/DCSF 'contraception' by VCCP London

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VCCP has created a new campaign for the Department of Health and DCSF to raise people's awareness of the different types of contraception available and educate them about sexual health.

The campaign aims to promote more open and honest discussions about sex, relationships and contraception between 16 to 24 year olds and their parents.

The advertising encourages people to explore the contraceptive choices available and to talk to a doctor or nurse to find a contraceptive that is right for them.

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Released: 01 December 2009

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Credits

Project name
Contraception. Worth talking about

Client
COI (DCSF/DH)

Brief
To create a campaign that made talking about sexual health related matters part of everyday conversations

Copywriter
Dan Bryant

Art director
Rachael Robinson

Planner
Michael Lee/ Cat Mathews

Media agency
Naked

Media planner
Claire Taylor

Production company
Stink

Director
Christian Bevilacqua

Post-production company
Mainframe/ The Mill

Audio post-production company
Wave

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