A Global Campaign in Photos: BAW 2016

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Audience members exercise at a presentation organized by the University of Guadalajara, Mexico

Brain Awareness Week (BAW) 2016 may be over, but the campaign’s impact is more visible and its scope more tangible than ever. Photos have been pouring in from BAW partners around the world, documenting their activities in celebration of the campaign. The BAW photo gallery is up and is a great way to connect on a personal level with the efforts of partners.

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Students touch brains at an event organized by the University of Portharcourt, Nigeria

The photos portray shared moments, transporting you to each event and creating a more emotive experience than you might have from just reading about them. From a Brain Bee in Romania to art exhibitions in Jerusalem to an open field interactive exhibit in Brazil, the BAW photo gallery has it all for your viewing pleasure.

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Sheep brain dissections at the Miami Brain Fair organized by the University of Miami

Over the years, BAW has grown from a campaign largely in the United States to a global campaign with new partners and events in different parts of the world each year. BAW spans six continents and this year, events took place in a total of 45 countries and 40 US states.

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Brain drawing exhibition where participants could vote for their favorite drawing organized by the Hekmat Institute of Psychology Association in Iran

As you start planning for BAW 2017—taking place March 13-19–the photo gallery is a great place to visit for inspiration.  Also, be sure to check out the Partner Reports page for event ideas and planning advice from seasoned BAW participants!

– Amanda Bastone

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