Unicef Portrays that a Child Who Learns is an Adult Who Teaches

By: Gil Haddi - Published: Jun 27, 2013 • References: & ibelieveinadv
As a way to demonstrate the influence that adults have on the lives of young children, the latest Unicef ad campaign focuses on the statement "A child who learns is an adult who teaches."

Using shocking imagery of class photos that have gone terribly wrong with unhappy students and corrupted teachers, the ads make it evident that adults have a responsibility towards the impact they make on the children around them. No one would want a whore, a drunk or a drug dealer to teach their children anything, especially because those kids eventually become influencing factors to others around them.

With the message "A child who learns is an adult who teaches," Unicef asks adults to prevent this vicious learning cycle. Stats for Corrupted Child Awareness Ads Trending: Older & Buzzing
Research: 17,032 clicks in 151 w
Interest: 1.6 minutes
Concept: A Child Who Learns
Related: 73 examples / 56 photos
Segment: Neutral, 12-55
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