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Departure Boards

Departure Boards | Amnesty International | Leo Burnett
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Industry: Public interest & Non-profit
Media:Outdoor
Published:Mar., 2014
Market:United Kingdom
Style: Minimalism
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The Amnesty “departure boards” campaign, created by Leo Burnett, with media provided by JCDecaux, show details of seven individuals who are imprisoned and have been subject to torture and the date of their “departure” or when they were forcibly taken. The “departures” include:
Dhondup Wangchen - China
Tibetan film-maker awaiting trial for "inciting separatism". He has been detained since 2008 for his involvement in making a documentary film about Tibetan attitudes towards the Beijing Olympics and the Dalai Lama. He was beaten in detention and is held without charge or trial. Amnesty considers him a prisoner of conscience.
Ebrima B. Manneh - Gambia
Journalist arrested in 2006 at the offices of his newspaper, the Daily Observer. He was detained by plainclothes police officers thought to have been from the National Intelligence Agency, who have subsequently denied any involvement in his arrest or continued incommunicado detention. Amnesty International considers him to be a prisoner of conscience.
Aster Fissehatsion - Eritrea
Has been held incommunicado without charge or trial since 2001. She was arrested while sleeping in her bed, during a round-up of political dissidents, known as the G-15/Group of 15, which included her former husband, then Vice-President of Eritrea, Mahmoud Ahmed. Amnesty International considers her to be a prisoner of conscience.
Yevgeny Vitishko - Russia
Russian activist who criticised the environmental impact of the recent Sochi Winter Olympics and was jailed for three years for spray-painting a fence as part of an environmental protest. Amnesty International considers him to be a prisoner of conscience.
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The Kinsale Shark Awards 2014
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The Kinsale Shark Awards 2014
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