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The Drum continues to take a look at how brands, media entities and others are using creativity to inform and educate the public during the coronavirus pandemic.
We will keep adding to this article as more campaigns come through, so check back often. See the first roundup of coronavirus creative campaigns here.
Scroll through the work below, then click through to the global Creative Works site and see what stands out. For project information, creative credits and more, click on the project to expand to full screen, and then click on the stars to vote for your favorite.
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: 'Buy One, Leave Some Free'
: 'Don't Shop Till' You Drop'
: 'Even When We Can’t Be Close, We Can Be Together'
: 'Stay at Home'
: 'Chiquita Went Home'
: 'Take This Seriously'
Fight for the Future is launching a major new campaign to defend civil liberties and human rights during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The campaign, at TakeThisSeriously.org, involves people taking a pledge to listen to public health experts do their part to flatten the curve / slow down the spread of the virus, and also to actively fight back against attacks on civil liberties and human rights.
The core message is that this virus is extremely serious and that we need to take it seriously. Fight for the Future encourages the public, governments, and corporations to heed the recommendations of public health officials. The organization also launched Stay At Home Fest, an online calendar of livestreamed events, to encourage social distancing.
The page contains an open letter that gets specific, calling for governments and companies to avoid responses to Covid-19.
Fight for the Future