In 2014, Save The Children collaborated with Don't Panic London for Most Shocking Second a Day. This video played on the 'second a day' vlogging format, showing how - gradually - a country, a family and a child's life falls apart in the midst of violence. This story, juxtaposed with warped yet familiar western imagery, shows how just because the violence isn't happening here doesn't mean it isn't real. It's a message that resonated, earning 52 million YouTube views and a Cannes Lion award.
Now a sequel has been released, following the child as they seek refuge from terror. The film has been inspired by true events and is a passionate call that the location of violence doesn't matter; children's lives do.
Don't Panic attempt to credit photographers and content owners wherever possible, however due to the sheer size and nature of the internet this is sometimes impractical or impossible. If you see any images on our site which you believe belong to yourself or another and we have incorrectly used it please let us know at email@example.com and we will respond asap.