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April 21 2017

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Afghan Women’s Organization: Wellness Café

The refugee crisis has touched many corners of the globe and Canada is no exception. The country has become a safe haven for newcomers looking to rebuild their lives while preserving their identity and culture.

The Afghan Woman’s Organization (AWO) is on the front lines of this important settlement work, helping more than 100 landed immigrations and refugees per month.

To further build awareness around the Mississauga-based non-profit’s wide range of services, Toronto creative agency send + receive has created a series of TV commercials.

Produced by Someplace Nice and directed by Sean McBride, the 15-second spots “Wellness Café”, “Job Skills” and “Literacy” showcase different facets of AWO’s services using simple yet powerful imagery of Afghan women supporting newly arrived Canadians.

The ads are shot in a single take and uses staging inspired by live theatre to show community-based solutions to challenges faced by newly arrived refugees.

Each spot features a character sitting alone in a room – an older woman, a seven-year-old boy and his mother and a young woman – grappling with a problem when a group of Afghan women arrive and transform the space into a welcoming and nurturing environment. They will begin airing on April 1, 2017 and broadcast through December 31, 2017.

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On est vendredi, bientôt en week-end alors on se relâche les yeux et on se détend…  Voici les photos de Jesse Herzog. Evidemment, rien de vulgaire, juste de la délicatesse et une lumière toujours accrocheuse dans les clichés de Jesse Herzog

Cet article Photography by Jesse Herzog est apparu en premier sur Zeutch.

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