We've compiled some of the best ads featuring one of the most controversial topics of our time.
Josef Hlavatý flew over the Iron Curtain on a hang glider with his three-year-old son.
He told himself that if they die, at least they’ll die together. – They survived. –
And just like the other 250.000 Czechoslovaks fleeing communism, they were welcomed abroad.
Campaign by the UNHCR.
Campaign for the Refugee Collection, an initiative by NGO Refugees International Japan, featuring an exclusive collection
made of objects donated by refugees. Each object was placed in a packaging that looked innocent on the outside but
contained the tragedy inside, further augmented by the name of the donor and the story behind the object.
All funds generated reverted back to the refugees who supplied the items.
Lost family portrait: Ali’s family. – Refugee Camp, Bekaa Valley. Ali’s home was hit by a missile. He escaped. His mother, father, brother and two sisters were left behind. Visit cafod.org.uk for the whole story.
Campaign by the UK aid agency CAFOD picturing Syrian families in classic family portrait style. Empty spaces and chairs are used to represent missing family members who have been lost during the current conflict.
Campaign for PASSOP (People Against Suffering, Oppression
and Poverty), a non-profit organization that works to protect
and promote the rights of refugees, asylum seekers,
and immigrants in South Africa.