Some of the biggest victims of domestic violence are the smallest

The Stop Violence in the Home campaign

Stop Violence in the Home is part of The Body Shop International’s ongoing global campaign to raise awareness on the issue of domestic violence.

To date more than $3.7 million has been raised by The Body Shop® global campaign. Initially launched across the world in 2003, Stop Violence in the Home has been rolled out across the globe to help victims of domestic violence and is now running in more than 35 countries.

The Body Shop International Plc has over 2,000 stores in over 50 markets worldwide.  A global retailer of high quality toiletries and cosmetics, we are also committed to environmental protection and respect for human rights. We develop trading relationships with communities in need; we are against animal testing in the cosmetics industry; and we encourage education, awareness and involvement among our staff and customers.

References

  1. ^ kdukess@unicef.org (www.unicef.org)
  2. ^ sumhey@golinharris.com (www.unicef.org)

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