GREYnJ United encourages everyone to speak up and speak out for the Thai Institute of Justice

SpeakUp.jpg80% of sexual assaults in Thailand go unreported. Now a hard-hitting short film from GreynJ United for the Thai Institute of Justice gives abused women a voice. Released on November 25th, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, the film explores the devastating emotional legacy suffered by survivors. Locked into a mental prison of fear and shame, their lives are destroyed while their silence allows the perpetrators to go free. The film aims to overcome women's doubts about justice and law enforcement in Thailand and raise their voices to ensure that it is the culprits, not their victims, who are imprisoned.

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Client: Thailand Institute of Justice
Managing Director: Kanaporn Hutcheson
Chief Creative Officer: Jureeporn Thaidumrong
Creative Directors: Irvine Prisilia, Apiwat Pattalarungkhan
Copywriters: Sairoong Mahapaurya, Kanokwan Chatkaemanee, Wuttinun Nakprom
Art Director: Jirayu Jetphunsap
Account Director: Vorawan Kaewket
Planner: Pareena Rachjaibun
Producer: Mali Pongsirirak
Production House: Wise Lama

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