Amnesty international "The last message' (2016) 1:47 (Peru)

There have been 15,000 people who have gone missing since the early 80's in Peru, due largely to terrorism. The government denied the UN's competency to find the people who went missing and compensate their families. Amnesty International needed signatures to pressure the government. What they did to ensure the signatures was, they brought back the disappeared on social media, to remind others. The people who disappeared weren't faceless and nameless. They were family men, students and more. The end result was that Amnesty got more signatures than it needed, and got the Peruvian government to finally act. Tragic, but powerful.

Agencia : CARNE
Director Creativo General: José Luis Rivera y Piérola
Head Of Art: Piero Oliveri
Redactor: Carlos Aranibar / Ernesto Riofrio / Alejandro Canciobello
Director de arte: Yoshi Ishikawa.
Supervisora de cuentas: Jackie Sztrancman
Productor de la agencia: Javier Correa / Lilian Aste

Realizadora: Saturno / Cuadro 24
Casa Post Productora: Frame Post.
Colorización : Todas las cremas
Editor: Carlos Alagon Champi / Cuadro 24
Compositor musical : Rodrigo Malinati
Post Productor Audio : Sergio Barrera
Casa Audio: Zumba

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