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  • Campaigns

    Activism is in our blood, and The Body Shop has always campaigned on issues close to our heart. Join us on a journey through our campaign history and discover the difference that we, with your support, have made to our planet and the people and animals that live on it.

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    Get Lippy: Prevent HIV

    We launch a campaign with MTV International to raise awareness of HIV and AIDS. Our message reaches millions of people and our campaign products raise over £2millionfor our charity partner, the Staying Alive Foundation.The funds help to educate young people on how to stay safe,and support those living with HIV and AIDS.

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    • 2003

    Stop Violence in the Home

    In 2003 we launched a global campaign to raise awareness and funds to help those affected by domestic violence. The Stop Violence In The Home campaign built on almost a decade of campaigning on the issue.

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    • 2002

    Choose Positive Energy

    We partner with Greenpeace to campaign for renewable energy. Over six million people sign our petition, which is delivered to the World Summit for Sustainable Development in Johannesburg.

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    • 1998

    Make Your Mark

    The Dalai Lama helps us launch Make Your Mark. The campaign, in partnership with Amnesty International, marks the 50th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Three million people sign the petition.

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    • 1997

    Self-esteem

    We create a doll called Ruby to challenge beauty stereotypes. She fronts our campaign for female self-esteem and sparks a worldwide debate about body image.

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    • 1996

    Against Animal Testing

    We deliver the four million petition signatures for our Against Animal Testing campaign to the European Commission. In 1998, the UK bans the testing of cosmetic products on animals.

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    • 1993

    Plight of the Ogoni People

    We launch a campaign to raise awareness of the plight of the Ogoni People. The tribe is persecuted for protesting against the dumping of petroleum waste in their homeland in the Niger Delta. In 1995, their leader, the author and activist Ken Saro-Wiwa, is executed by the Nigerian military rulers. The campaign continues to 1998.

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    • 1991

    The Big Issue launches

    This magazine sold by and for the homeless started life the year before as a The Body Shop Foundation project. We launch our long-running campaign Against Animal Testing.

    Anita Roddick

    • 1990

    The Body Shop Foundation is created

    Our charitable trust raises funds for human rights and environmental projects around the world. It's aimed at small, grassroots organisations that find it hard to get funding elsewhere. Fast-forward to 2012 and the foundation has raised over £19million.

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    against animal testing

    • 1989

    Stop to the burning

    Our first environmental campaign calls for a stop to the burning of Brazilian rainforests. A million petition signatures are presented to the president of Brazil.

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    • 1986

    Save the Whale

    Our first campaign is Save the Whale in collaboration with Greenpeace. We call for an end to whaling, and promote jojoba oil as the perfect alternative to sperm whale oil in cosmetics.

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    Stop Sex Trafficking of Children and Young People

    In September 2009, The Body Shop started a journey together with ECPAT International to Stop Sex Trafficking of Children and Young People. From every corner of The Body Shop, around the world we engaged with our customers, friends and family. We raised awareness and funds, secured petition signatures and we marched!

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    Get Lippy: Prevent HIV

    We launch a campaign with MTVInternational to raise awareness of HIV and AIDS. Our message reaches millions of people and our campaign products raise over £2millionfor our charity partner, the Staying Alive Foundation.The funds help to educate young people on how to stay safe,and support those living with HIV and AIDS.

    Click to view

    Stop Violence in the Home

    In September 2009, The Body Shop started a journey together with ECPAT International to Stop Sex Trafficking of Children and Young People. From every corner of The Body Shop, around the world we engaged with our customers, friends and family. We raised awareness and funds, secured petition signatures and we marched!

    Click to view

    Choose Positive Energy

    We partner with Greenpeace to campaign for renewable energy. Over six million people sign our petition, which is delivered to the World Summit for Sustainable Development in Johannesburg.

    Click to view

    Make Your Mark

    The Dalai Lama helps us launch Make Your Mark. The campaign, in partnership with Amnesty International, marks the 50th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Three million people sign the petition.

    Click to view

    Self-esteem

    We create a doll called Ruby to challenge beauty stereotypes. She fronts our campaign for female self-esteem and sparks a worldwide debate about body image.

    Click to view

    Against Animal Testing

    We deliver the four million petition signatures for our Against Animal Testing campaign to the European Commission. In 1998, the UK bans the testing of cosmetic products on animals.

    Click to view

    Plight of the Ogoni People

    We launch a campaign to raise awareness of the plight of the Ogoni People. The tribe is persecuted for protesting against the dumping of petroleum waste in their homeland in the Niger Delta. In 1995, their leader, the author and activist Ken Saro-Wiwa, is executed by the Nigerian military rulers. The campaign continues to 1998.

    Click to view

    The Big Issue launches

    This magazine sold by and for the homeless started life the year before as a The Body Shop Foundation project. We launch our long-running campaign Against Animal Testing.

    The Body Shop Foundation is created

    Our charitable trust raises funds for human rights and environmental projects around the world. It's aimed at small, grassroots organisations that find it hard to get funding elsewhere. Fast-forward to 2012 and the foundation has raised over £19million.

    Find out more

    Stop the Burning

    Our first environmental campaign calls for a stop to the burning of Brazilian rainforests. A million petition signatures are presented to the president of Brazil.

    Click to view

    Save the Whale

    Our first campaign is Save the Whale in collaboration with Greenpeace. We call for an end to whaling, and promote jojoba oil as the perfect alternative to sperm whale oil in cosmetics.

    Click to view

    Play for Peace

    Every Gift You Buy From Our Seasonal Gift Collections Helps Refugee Children To Play In A Safe Place For A Year.

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