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Amnesty International to #TakeAction with live-social campaign looking driving support for refugees in Kenya and Lebanon

on Jan 31, 2017 | 0 comments

By John McCarthy

As the civil war continues in Syria and Donald Trump’s recent travel ban and anti-immigration rhetoric very much driving discourse around refugees, Amnesty International is looking to channel the maelstrom of outrage on social media into something a little more positive.

Working with O&M London and photojournalist agency Magnum Photos, the group will share a series of short films on social media in a global campaign adding to the Outrage Is Not Enough drive.

The teams in Kenya and Lebanon will stream refugees’ responses to tweets sent by social media users sympathetic to their plight creating a connection Read full story ›

Source: The Drum