Children’s Rights and the Trapped Campaign

The Line Campaign board member, Jillian MacLearie notified us about the terrific Trapped campaign, which highlights the experiences and perils of foster children in the United States. The Trapped social media campaign and blog tells stories of foster youth, discusses much needed changes to the child welfare system, and advocates for the rights of children.

What’s exciting about this campaign is that it uses elements of gaming to put the visitor into the shoes of foster youth, creating an emotional experience on multiple platforms while educating about the cause. You can check out their Facebook page and take part in the interactive question-and-answer feature, that gives you a very personal look at what life in foster care can look like.

For more information, you can also take a look around their blog.

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One Comment on “Children’s Rights and the Trapped Campaign”

  1. 1 Eithan said at 5:40 am on May 31st, 2012:

    Yes I agree with that the Line Campaign board member, Jillian MacLearie notified us about the terrific Trapped campaign, which highlights the experiences and perils of foster children in the United States. The Trapped social media campaign and blog tells stories of foster youth, discusses much needed changes to the child welfare system, and advocates for the rights of children. I think we should also support to UK Cry Org because its working for Child rights


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