Decimos NO MAS/We say NO MORE


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Decimos NO MÁS, es una campaña nacional para animar a la comunidad Latin@ a tomar un rol critic en la erradicación de la violencia doméstica y el asalto sexual. La campaña NO MÁS incluye un número de herramientas que incluyen:

  • DECIMOS NO MÁS: anuncios de servicio público para la televisión
  • DECIMOS NO MÁS: anuncios de servicio público para la radio
  • Paquete de Tarjetas NO MÁS para ayudar a iniciar la conversación 
  • Imágenes para las redes sociales
  • Infográficas
  • Guía de Estilo – Aprende de qué manera incorporar mejor la marca NO MÁS en tus comunicaciones.
  • Archivos de Logos
  • Cabina Fotográfica de las páginas “DECIMOS NO MÁS” y “WE SAY NO MÁS” 
  • Anuncios sobre NO MÁS para páginas web

DECIMOS NO MÁS, is a national campaign engaging Latin@s to play a critical role in ending domestic violence and sexual assault. NO MORE campaign includes a number of tools that include: 

  • SAY NO MORE: public service announcement for television
  • SAY NO MORE: public service announcements for radio
  • NO MORE cards package- Bilingual package of conversation starter cards. 
  • Images for Social Media
  • Infographics
  • Style Guide - Learn how to best incorporate the brand no longer in your communications.
  • Logos files
  • Photo Booth pages "SAY NO MORE" and "WE SAY NO MORE" 
  • NO MORE ads on web pages 


La campaña NO MÁS es una iniciativa en colaboración entre Casa de Esperanza y la organización NO MORE. Más que una traducción al español de la campaña original NO MORE, NO MÁS es una campaña hermana desarrollada a partir de investigaciones originales y la contribución de jóvenes, madres y padres.

NO MORE campaign is a collaborative effort between Casa de Esperanza and NO MORE. More than a Spanish translation of the original campaign NO MORE, NO MORE is a sister campaign developed from original research and the contribution of young people and parents.


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