“It Happens Here” – Mutilated And Bloodied Union Jack Sends Strong Message About FGM – Design You Trust

“It Happens Here” – Mutilated And Bloodied Union Jack Sends Strong Message About FGM

The TLDR is that London-based organisation 28 Too Many has just released some provocative imagery tackling the subject of FGM in an original and shocking new campaign to #endFGM. The campaign “It Happens Here” (by Ogilvy) features six designs revealing the mutilated flags of European countries where Female Genital Mutilation is prevalent. It communicates a powerful message: that FGM happens in places you wouldn’t expect.


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