|Titel||Grenfell victims still belongs in the news|
|Kampagne||Grenfell victims still belongs in the news|
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|Philosophie||To tackle this, Justice4Grenfell has asked news organisations across the UK to help get the tragedy back on the news agenda. On Sunday 14th June, exactly three years on from the disaster, print publications are donating column space to remember the 72 people who died during the fire. A Grenfell Tower will then be created typographically from the names of the 72 victims – a powerful memorial for those who lost their lives and a striking reminder that the community still demands justice.|
|Problem||On 14th June 2017, the Grenfell Tower burned for 60 hours straight, leaving 72 dead and 293 with no home. Declared as structurally sound, Grenfell Tower, site of the deadliest residential fire since World War II, continues to stand cloaked in ghostly white sheeting. And as we painstakingly wait for justice to be served, the story - and most importantly the human victims - have started to fall out of the news.|
|Creative Teammitglied||Ben Edwards|
|Creative Teammitglied||Guy Hobbs|
|Creative Director||Remco Graham|
|Strategist||Laura Casado Cisa|
|Strategy Director||Lilli English|
|Produktionsfirma||Black Sheep Studios|
|Image Design||Charlie Stewart|
|Audio-Postproduktion||String and Tins Ltd|
|Founding Partner||Kevin Brown|
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