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Millions of children and young people are trafficked every year.

Summary: The majority are affected by sexual exploitation and abuse. Because we believe not enough is done to solve this problem, The Body Shop is launching this global campaign to take action against sex trafficking and seek positive change to help those affected and those at risk.

Millions of children and young people are trafficked every year. The majority are affected by sexual exploitation and abuse. Because we believe not enough is done to solve this problem, The Body Shop is launching this global campaign to take action against sex trafficking and seek positive change to help those affected and those at risk.The aim of the campaign and the campaign message is to stop the sex trafficking of children and young people.

The campaign presents the most widespread and far-reaching opportunity to highlight the issue, and make a difference to a generation of children and young people. The campaign is planned to last for 3 years. In 2009 our aim is to raise awareness of the issue and engage customers and media on this subject. The most important thing is in this campaign to seek permanent change by working with decision makers around the world who have the power to give children greater protection.

To deliver the campaign effectively The Body Shop has created a global partnership with ECPAT International. ECPAT stands for End Child Prostitution, Child Pornography and the Trafficking of Children. ECPAT is a network of organizations and individuals working together to eliminate the commercial sexual exploitation of children. It seeks to encourage the world community to ensure that children everywhere enjoy their fundamental rights, free from all forms of commercial sexual exploitation.

Discover the special edition, "Soft Hands, Kind Heart" hand cream which is caring in a number of special ways. It is kind to your hands, featuring wonderful skin caring ingredients, an uplifting fragrance and the benefits of Community Trade. It is also symbolic of a kind heart - as each purchase supports the "Stop Trafficking of Children and Young People" campaign. This campaign is the biggest of its kind stretching across the globe, offering us a chance to end the greatest human rights abuse of the 21st century, affecting children in every country in the world.

Special Edition Soft Hands, Kind Heart Hand Cream contains Community Trade organic olive oil from Italy. farmers in southern Italy. The farmers catch the falling olives in nets to prevent the olives bruising, and cold press the flesh to retain the precious nutrients.The cream protects and leaves your hands silky soft to the touch, and with its non-greasy formula it sinks into your skin to moisturize and condition. Infused with soothing angelica extract to help soothe and soften the skin, and with its wonderful fragrance, it's lovely to use -- it features notes of fresh citrus, leading to an elegant floral heart on a warm amber background.

Everybody benefits! Customers get high quality products and the opportunity to demonstrate their ethical, Purchasing power, while a community benefits from a fair deal. By launching Community Trade over 20 years ago. 2009 Al Bawaba (www.albawaba.com)

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