The Polish government has launched an anti-war, pro-Ukraine informational and donation campaign under the name #StopRussiaNow to remind people of the war and encourage civilians to do something about it.
The campaign has been running in eight languages (English, German, French, Italian, Hungarian, Bulgarian, Greek, and Dutch) since April 23, with billboards appearing on the streets for the next two weeks as well as ads on all social media channels (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, TikTok, LinkedIn). Their Hungarian-language website can be accessed here.
“Everything that happens on the streets of Ukrainian cities shocks our consciences, but only for a short period of time,” said Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawieczi, who believes that Western countries want to return to their normal lives too soon and forget about the war.
The campaign has put children at the forefront of the campaign, with the official website pointing out that 208 children have already lost their lives in the war and 386 have been injured, according to official sources. [HVG]