Fortune promotes women's rights in Indonesia

PSA inisiatif-03.jpgViolence against women in Indonesia is often goes unnoticed and undocumented partly due to its taboo nature. Most of the victims are unaware of laws. Violence against women is common, and the victims are afraid to tell the truth. That is why, many of the victims prefer to hide it. Fortune created this print ad for Indonesia's National Commission on Violence against Women (Komnas Perempuan Indonesia), an independent national institution that promotes women's human rights in Indonesia.

Credits - Creative Director/Copywriter: Aldy Dewandhana. Art Director: Gugun Gunawan. Agency Producer: Hany Nurahmawati. Account Team: Hany Nurahmawati.

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