37 powerful examples of social advertising
A well-made advert draws your attention and sticks in your mind for a long time. This is exactly the kind of effect needed to deal with social problems. Making people stop and think, as well as forcing them to act, is the first step towards significant changes.
Bright Side offers a selection of powerful social adverts.
Victims are people just like you and me.
Stop the Violence
Don’t drink and drive.
If you smoke, statistically your story will end 15% before it should.
For the World Wide Fund for Nature
Horrifying. More horrifying.
Your skin colour shouldn’t dictate your future
When you turn over the page, you help destroy the forest
Slower is better
46 days in hospital.
Save paper — save the planet
Air pollution kills 60,000 people a year
Liking isn’t helping
Liking isn’t helping. Be a volunteer. Change a life.
If you don’t pick it up they will
What we see when you smoke
Animal Anti-Cruelty League
This isn’t football.
Don’t talk while he drives
It’s not happening here, but it is happening now
Censorship tells the wrong story
Think of both sides
The number of car accidents involving children increases during school holidays. Please be extremely careful.
Every 60 seconds a species dies out
Every minute counts. Every donation helps.
Innocence in danger
Where’s the pedophile?
Innocence in danger
Sexual predators can hide in your child’s smartphone
Smoking causes premature ageing
You are not a sketch. Say no to anorexia
Neglected children are made to feel invisible
Plastic bags kill
What goes around comes around. Keep the sea clean
When you see tuna, imagine it’s a panda
Sleepiness is stronger than you
Don’t drive sleepy
Feeding the hungry is easier than you think
You caused your cancer yourself
Forests are the planet’s lungs
Before it’s too late
For the homeless, every day is a struggle
A warning about breast cancer
How a woman is perceived
Women need to be put in their place. Women need to know their place. Women need to be controlled. Women need to be disciplined.
Women need to be seen as equal.
Don’t buy exotic animal souvenirs
Same cat, different owner
Buckle up. Stay alive