Peach
dlmdd
I Like Music
mo-sys
liahome
Electriclime gif
Contemplative Reptile
Editions
  • International Edition
  • USA Edition
  • UK Edition
  • Australian Edition
  • Canadian Edition
  • Irish Edition
  • German Edition
  • French Edition
  • Singapore Edition
  • Spanish edition
  • Polish edition
  • Indian Edition
  • Middle East edition
  • South African Edition

Popcorn and SINAIT Take Aim at Forced Labour in Powerful Campaign

Creative 0 Add to collection

Popcorn Comunicação teams up with the National Union of Labor Audits in Brazil on #NoForceLabor

Popcorn and SINAIT Take Aim at Forced Labour in Powerful Campaign

Madalena Santiago was rescued in 2021 after working for 54 years without getting paid. She said in an interview to TV Bahia that she “is afraid of touching white people’s hands”. The oldest case of this type of exploitation in Brazil, an elderly woman is rescued in the outskirts of Rio after living 72 years in slavery-like situation. These women are not alone.

Forced labour is part of the production chain of the fashion industry, civil construction, farming, mining, as well as inside families houses. As citizens and consumers, we can make a difference. 

#NoForcedLabor is a new campaign from agency Popcorn for SINAIT – the National Union of Labor Audits. An urgent and necessary film narrated by actress Dira Paes (who stars as the leading role).

“When we hear somebody talking about forced labor in 2022, it seems like we are back in the 18th century. But this evil heritage is still among us. According to the text of this campaign, it is 'coal colored, tastes like sugar, smells like gunpowder, feels like cotton'. Our posture as consumers affects this reality, as we consume brands without worrying about what is behind that product. So we can stop this practice and be an activist from our sofa,” says the creative director of Popcorn, Leo Sevaybricker.

SINAIT president Ivone Corgosinho comments: “We need to act so labour can signify development instead of suffering. Then we are going to act in a planned and organised way, with society’s support. Which is bound to report circumstances of inhumane exploitation of labor”.

The campaign film is possible due to volunteering artists, influencers and communication agencies. Concerning production, besides actress Dira Paes’ voice (who recorded for free during), photographer Sérgio Carvalho (whose interests in photography and forced labour were due to his job as a labour audit) were fundamental to enable this campaign. 

The campaign started in May and is being aired on TV, radio, OOH and social media. 

view more - Creative
Sign up to our newsletters and stay up to date with the best work and breaking ad news from around the world.
Credits

Title: “The Color of Coal”

Advertiser: SINAIT – National Union of Labor Audits

Agency: Popcorn

Narrator: Dira Paes

Photography: Sérgio Carvalho

Executive producer: Leo Sevaybricker

Copywriter: Leo Sevaybricker

Head of art: Daniel de Jesus

Motion designer: Daniel de Jesus

Hotsite content: Cássio Antunes and Thay Tanure

Director service and planning: Bruno Teixeira

Head of service: Ana Cristina

Media off: Lincoln Drummond

Media on: Laís Figueiredo

RTVC/Artbuyer: Henrique Oliveira and Yasmin Moreira

Graph production: Giovanna Agostini

Operations: Fernanda Carneiro

Review: Kelly Trindade

Final art: Arthur Souza

Video production: Criatura Estúdio

Scene direction: Afrânio Magalhães and Pedro Magalhães

Editing: Afrânio Magalhães

Post-production: Afrânio Magalhães and Pedro Magalhães

Audio production: Yep

Director: Robinson Matos

Editing: Robinson Matos

Post-production: Robinson Matos

Approval: Ivone Corgosinho Baumecker

Categories: Corporate, Social and PSAs, Charity

lbbonline.com, Mon, 30 May 2022 16:10:34 GMT