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No To Marital Rape
By ABOUD YOUSSEF
18 Aug 2014

A campaign targeting Lebanese and Arab audiences to raise awareness about the harm of marital rape. The video is a dramatized piece designed to convey its message with few words.

The promo starts with a bride taking pictures for her wedding. The classical background music gives the sense of romance and joy.
Video and music fades then into a contrary mood. The bride seems to be scared and sad, the groom appears in the background with a mask covering half of his face, as a symbol of double personalities.
The bride's makeup is smeared. She drops the flowers bouquet, as the groom appears with a close up to his half masked face.
A blood spot appears on the screen as it fades into a black screen where the slogan "No For Marital Rap" shows at the end.

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No To Violence Against Women
By ABOUD YOUSSEF
18 Aug 2014

A campaign targeting Lebanese and Arab audiences to raise awareness about violence against women. The video is a dramatized piece designed to convey its message with few words.

The promo shows a housewife cleaning a window with soap. The rhythmic background music gives a sense of danger.
The woman head starts to hit the glass, as a sign of here being battered. No aggressor is shown in the video as a symbol to every man who exercises violence against women.
A green background appears gradually while the woman's head is pushed against the glass to show the woman fainting. Bblood marks appear on the glass while she falls down.
The video dissolves into a black background where the slogan "No.. To Violence Against Women" appears at the end.

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AIDS AWARENESS CAMPAIGN IN YEMEN, 12/...
Sana'a, Yemen
By Mais Istanbuli
12 Dec 2012

In a socially conservative nation, three students are taking on one of the most controversial of campaigns.
While most of the Yemen was marking the rare 12/12/12 on Thursday by participating in a highly publicized “Clean Up Yemen” effort, three young students at the Lebanese International University in the capital of Sana’a, were attempting to use the day’s events to draw attention to a crisis that couldn’t be more controversial in a socially conservative country, HIV/AIDS awareness and the protection of those affected by it.

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AIDS awareness in Yemen finds three y...
Sana'a, Yemen
By maryam.ishani
12 Dec 2012

While most of the Yemen was marking the rare 12/12/12 on Thursday by
participating in a highly publicized “Clean Up Yemen” effort, three young students
at the Lebanese International University in the capital of Sana’a, were attempting to
use the day’s events to draw attention to a crisis that couldn’t be more controversial
in a socially conservative country, HIV/AIDS awareness and the protection of those
affected by it.

A student at the Lebanese International University in Sana’a Yemen tapes a
poster promoting awareness about HIV/AIDS on a campus wall on Wednesday

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AIDS awareness in Yemen finds three y...
Sana'a, Yemen
By maryam.ishani
12 Dec 2012

While most of the Yemen was marking the rare 12/12/12 on Thursday by
participating in a highly publicized “Clean Up Yemen” effort, three young students
at the Lebanese International University in the capital of Sana’a, were attempting to
use the day’s events to draw attention to a crisis that couldn’t be more controversial
in a socially conservative country, HIV/AIDS awareness and the protection of those
affected by it.

Three students at the Lebanese International University in Sana’a Yemen tape
a poster promoting awareness about HIV/AIDS on a campus wall on Wednesday.

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AIDS awareness in Yemen finds three y...
Sana'a, Yemen
By maryam.ishani
12 Dec 2012

While most of the Yemen was marking the rare 12/12/12 on Thursday by
participating in a highly publicized “Clean Up Yemen” effort, three young students
at the Lebanese International University in the capital of Sana’a, were attempting to
use the day’s events to draw attention to a crisis that couldn’t be more controversial
in a socially conservative country, HIV/AIDS awareness and the protection of those
affected by it.

Three students at the Lebanese International University in Sana’a Yemen tape
a poster promoting awareness about HIV/AIDS on a campus wall on Wednesday.

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AIDS awareness in Yemen finds three y...
Sana'a, Yemen
By maryam.ishani
12 Dec 2012

While most of the Yemen was marking the rare 12/12/12 on Thursday by
participating in a highly publicized “Clean Up Yemen” effort, three young students
at the Lebanese International University in the capital of Sana’a, were attempting to
use the day’s events to draw attention to a crisis that couldn’t be more controversial
in a socially conservative country, HIV/AIDS awareness and the protection of those
affected by it.

Students leaf through informational material about HIV/AIDS from the
UNAIDS program distributed by a fellow student at the Lebanese International
University in Sana’a Yemen on Wednesday.

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AIDS awareness in Yemen finds three y...
Sana'a, Yemen
By maryam.ishani
12 Dec 2012

While most of the Yemen was marking the rare 12/12/12 on Thursday by
participating in a highly publicized “Clean Up Yemen” effort, three young students
at the Lebanese International University in the capital of Sana’a, were attempting to
use the day’s events to draw attention to a crisis that couldn’t be more controversial
in a socially conservative country, HIV/AIDS awareness and the protection of those
affected by it.

Students leaf through informational material about HIV/AIDS from the
UNAIDS program distributed by a fellow student at the Lebanese International
University in Sana’a Yemen on Wednesday.

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AIDS awareness in Yemen finds three y...
Sana'a, Yemen
By maryam.ishani
12 Dec 2012

While most of the Yemen was marking the rare 12/12/12 on Thursday by
participating in a highly publicized “Clean Up Yemen” effort, three young students
at the Lebanese International University in the capital of Sana’a, were attempting to
use the day’s events to draw attention to a crisis that couldn’t be more controversial
in a socially conservative country, HIV/AIDS awareness and the protection of those
affected by it.

Students leaf through informational material about HIV/AIDS from the
UNAIDS program distributed by a fellow student at the Lebanese International
University in Sana’a Yemen on Wednesday.

Thumb sm
AIDS awareness in Yemen finds three y...
Sana'a, Yemen
By maryam.ishani
12 Dec 2012

While most of the Yemen was marking the rare 12/12/12 on Thursday by
participating in a highly publicized “Clean Up Yemen” effort, three young students
at the Lebanese International University in the capital of Sana’a, were attempting to
use the day’s events to draw attention to a crisis that couldn’t be more controversial
in a socially conservative country, HIV/AIDS awareness and the protection of those
affected by it.

Students listen a fellow student at the Lebanese International University in
Sana’a Yemen advocating for greater awareness about HIV/AIDS on Wednesday.