I posted a couple of days ago about the 12 year old who got beaten up brutally by his teacher and his classmates. As you can see in the report, Elie hasn’t attended his classes all week and his parents are considering moving him to another school.
The good news however is that the Minister of Education Hassan Diab decided to suspend the teacher for what she has done, and she might even have to pay a fine. She shouldn’t be allowed to set foot in a school anymore.
There’s still one old commercial I can’t find, the “Oh Noon Iplon” ad. If anyone has a link for it, please let me know.
I like these ads, specially the spice shop one.
That’s a bit lame but funny nonetheless. Their TV commercial is nice but they haven’t changed it since 2009.
Loved the New Born one. [Exotica]
This is what happens when you don’t have competition in the market.
PS: The radio ads are as bad for the two promotions.
This is a great campaign and I hope Lebanese men will be humble enough to call for help when needed instead of expressing their anger in inappropriate and harmful ways.
International Medical Corps & ABAAD and with the support of the Arab Foundation for Freedoms and Equality launched a nation-wide media campaign. The aim of this campaign was to enhance and promote an institutionalized referral system and to spread the word about the Men Center in the country. The slogan of the campaign is: “Mest’edeen Nesma’ Haki” which reads: “we are willing – and here – to listen”. The slogan has a double meaning of “someone is speaking to you in an abusive manner”. The campaign targets men residing in Lebanon, among other communities, in an inclusive approach to engage them in combating violence against women. [Source]