UN Women Digital, Werbung durch Druckerzeugnisse, Fallmethode Give Mom Back Her Name [video] Impact BBDO Dubai

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Give Mom Back Her Name [video]

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Branche Wohlfahrtsorganisationen, Stiftungen, Volontaire
Medien Digital, Umgebung, Fallmethode
Markt Ägypten, Vereinigte Arabische Emirate
Agentur Impact BBDO Dubai
Art Director Tameem Younes, Maged Nassar
Copywriter Aunindo Anoop Sen, Mohammad Nada
Editor Fadi Yaish
Produktionsagentur Bigfoot Films
Veröffentlicht März 2016

Belohnungen

Cannes Lions, 2015
GLASS LION GLASS LION: GLASS GLASS LION

Kredite und Beschreibung

Client: NGO
Advertiser: UN WOMEN
Media: Online, OOH
Agency: IMPACT BBDO
Geo: United Arab Emirates
Dop: Ahmed Tahoun (Ahmed Tahoun)
Copywriter: Aunindo Sen, Mohammad Nada (IMPACT BBDO Dubai)
Regional Executive Creative Director: Fadi Yaish (IMPACT BBDO Dubai)
Post Production: Lizard VFX (Lizard VFX)
Director: Maged Nassar, Tameem Younes (Maged Nassar, Tameem Younes)
Editor: Fadi Yaish (IMPACT BBDO Dubai)
Art Director: Maged Nassar, Tameem Younes (Maged Nassar, Tameem Younes)
Graphic Designer: Mohamed Said (IMPACT BBDO Dubai)
Production Company: Bigfoot, Cairo
Features: Video Ads
Languages: Arabic, English (UK)
Objectives: Awareness
Tags: E-commerce, Europe, Middle East & Africa, Arabic, English (UK), Video Ads, Awareness, Online, OOH  
The Brief: There Exists A Peculiar Taboo In Egypt, Where Men Never Disclose Their Mothers Names In Public, Fearing They Could Be Shamed Or Ridiculed. So Much So That Mothers Names Are Forgotten Over Time, And They Are Only Referred To As ‘The Mother Of Her Eldest Son.’ Starting Mothers Day, Un Women Wanted Men Across Egypt, To ‘Give Mom Back Her Name’ With The Hashtag #Mymothersnameis
The Strategy: Our Strategy Was To Target Males In Egypt. They Were The Primary Agents Of The Change. Our Secondary Target Were Mothers Who Would Subsequently Become More Conscious Of The Taboo That Surrounded Their Name. Before Mothers Day, We Went Down The Streets Of Cairo And Asked Men One Simple Question - ‘What Is Your Mothers Name? We Took Our Findings From The Streets And Launched A Film On Social Media, To Begin An Initiative For The Men Of Egypt Starting Mothers Day, To ‘Give Mom Back Her Name’ With The Hashtag #Mymothersnameis
The Execution: Our Strategy, As Planned, Was To First Seed The Film Online From Where It Would Subsequently Be Picked Up, Leveraged And Spread Across Every Corner Of The Nation By Egypts Mass Media And On Social Blogs. This Would Create A Ripple Effect Of Awareness Across The Middle East Region And Beyond. To Amplify This Sentiment From Social And Mass Media And Create On-Ground Momentum, We Filled Cairo With Interactive Posters Where People Wrote Their Moms Names.
The Result: Every Leading Newspaper And Tv Channel In Egypt, The Middle East And The World Covered The Issue, Debated The Stigma And Spread The Message. But Most Importantly, They Took The Debate To The Nerve Centers Of Egypt – The Schools, Community Forums And The Streets. Women And Gender Equality Groups Joined The Conversation. 2nd Most Shared Film On Facebook Worldwide In Less Than 24 Hours-Mashable 118 Million Regional Twitter Impressions 315 Million Regional Facebook Impressions The Most Unexpected Result However, Was Not Only That Men Gave Mothers The Right To Their Names, But That Mothers Stood For Their Rights Themselves.