2018 MEDIA 

The Age, 12th December 2018

Each year 38,000 Australians are reported missing and, in the wake of their disappearance, tens of thousands more are left wondering if their loved ones are all right.

The Herald, 6th December 2018

In the decades since Gordana Kotevski was kidnapped from a suburban street near a busy shopping centre, her family has wavered between hope and grief.

NBN News, 6th December 2018

Each year 38,000 Australians are reported missing and, in the wake of their disappearance, tens of thousands more are left wondering if their loved ones are all right.

Gold Coast Bulletin, 10th October 2018

130km stretch of Australia’s coastline to put up countless posters and offered up $50,000 of their own life savings as a reward, clinging to hope in the face of a coroner’s finding that their son is dead.

Ethical Marketing News, 15th September 2018

A campaign to make missing people unmissable was launched today by MPAN. The campaign features a reimagining of traditional missing persons posters into vibrant stories and images that reflect the person family and friends know.

SBSNews, 27th August 2018

An advocate for the plight of missing people has backed a Liberals pledge for a dedicated unit to help families cut through bureaucratic red tape after their loss.

Branding.news, 14th August 2018

To mark National Missing Persons Week in Australia, MPAN reached for whiteGrey Melbourne creative agency‘s help and initiated “The Unmissables” campaign to raise awareness about the 38,000 Australians who go missing each year.

The Age, 12th August 2018

The family of a missing man have travelled from interstate to watch a mural of their loved one go up in Melbourne’s famous street art hub.

Nine News & MSN, 11th August 2018

Hirut Woldemichael is trapped in time. In October, her son Naz will have been missing for two years, but to her it may as well have been yesterday.

Herald Sun, 9th August 2018

A Geelong-raised missing persons campaigner is working to ensure missing people are remembered and not ­forgotten.

Creativity Online, 9th August 2018

It’s National Missing Persons Week in Australia this week, and to help highlight those who are missing, a new campaign prints professional illustrations of six missing people onto takeaway coffee cups.

Mamamia, 9th August 2018

Bankstown mum Sylvia Veljanovska is battling terminal cancer, but she’s not letting that slow her campaign to find her missing son.

AdNews, 9th August 2018

WhiteGrey Melbourne’s latest campaign, Unmissable, raises awareness during National Missing Persons Week by re-imagining the modern-day milk carton.

The Stable, 9th August 2018

That coffee cup you carry on your morning commute and plant on your desk has the potential to bring a missing person back to his or her family.