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The Dove Self Esteem Project empowers women to feel beautiful just as they are by through positive and supportive messaging. What do you #feelbeautifulfor?
Comparison is the thief of joy, and Dove’s latest campaign encourages girls to embrace themselves as they are – and lead happier lives with confidence. MORE: Denise Bidot Opens Up About Body Image Pressures in the Latina Community
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New research from the Dove Self-Esteem Project shows that nearly half of girls are missing out on sports and activities due to body confidence issues.
by Stuart Mitchell @ Ethical Marketing News
Wed Sep 20 17:03:00 PDT 2017
Starting on Tuesday 19th September, the three-day installation, called “Unseen Stars,”, funded by GE, projected the faces of distinguished female scientists onto the ceiling. Notable lights will include Mildred Dresselhaus, the “queen of carbon,” and the first woman to receive the National Medal of Science in engineering. Dresselhaus died in February. Other scientists featured include Laurie Leshin, a geochemist who has searched for life on Mars; Sabrina Gonzalez Pasterski, a quantum gravity researcher; and GE scientist Danielle Merfeld, an engineer who helps machines talk to each other. In total there…
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Image: Olichel, public domainParent Zone is delighted to be working with Dove on its acclaimed Self-Esteem Project.The project has already helped over 20million young people worldwide, encouraging the
Ethical Marketing News
As we’re a new site but want to be an overall resource I felt it might be good to showcase some of what I feel are the best ethical marketing campaigns from the past, this one is one which was highlighted by the Chris Arnold in the interview we did with him : The Dove Self-Esteem Project (DSEP) was launched by Dove in 2004 when its Campaign for Real Beauty was in its infancy. The Campaign challenged the beauty status quo and offered a broader, more democratic view of beauty.…
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by Tanesha Awasthi @ Girl With Curves
Wed Sep 20 05:45:06 PDT 2017
Self-love is a MUST.
Hairspray and Highheels
Sponsored post by Mirum Shopper. The Dove Self-Esteem Project’s mission is to help girls gain confidence and develop positive relationships with the way they look....
Dove also believes that no girl should be held back from reaching her full potential which we love and we are proud to support the Dove Self Esteem Project.
Morguard and Big Brothers Big Sisters Launch Second Annual BeYou Campaign to Help Young Women Increase Self-Esteem, Personal Growth and Self-Worth
by Megan Strand @ Companies and Causes Canada
Wed Sep 20 09:55:09 PDT 2017
Morguard has teamed up with Big Brothers Big Sisters for the second annual BeYou campaign to help young women across Canada increase self-esteem, personal growth and self-worth. The program will be rolled out from September 18-24, 2017, in the 21 enclosed owned and managed Canadian shopping centres in the Morguard real estate portfolio. A complete […]
Helping young people overcome body image issues and fulfill their potential by building positive body confidence and self-esteem.
A4 ARTS FOUNDATION LAUNCHES DYNAMIC NEW ARTS PROJECT SPACE IN CAPE TOWN WITH INAUGURAL EXHIBITION YOU & I
by Sipho Mokoena @ Spice4Life
Thu Sep 14 06:00:09 PDT 2017
The new gallery and project space (middle) is situated at 23 Buitenkant Street The A4 Arts Foundation will open a dynamic new contemporary arts project space in Cape Town, on 13 September, 2017. A4 is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to supporting the arts across Southern Africa; and the new project space will act as […]
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by Pooky Knightsmith @ Pooky Knightsmith
Fri Aug 18 01:57:33 PDT 2017
My next book ‘Can I tell you about self-harm’ is now available to pre-order (it is released in January 2018). Author royalties will all go to the Charlie Waller Memorial Trust. The book which is has a reading age of 7+ and is aimed at young people struggling with self-harm and their friends, family and […]
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Sarah Rafferty is best known to fans as legal secretary and all-around badass Donna Paulsen on 'Suits', however the actress is now participating in Dove’s Self-Esteem Project, which touches young people, their teachers, and parents. Part of Dove's campaign is to shed light on the development and growth of young women and girls and to highlight the importance that self-esteem has in their lives. Obvious to many already, a study has shown that 90% of women and 86% of young girls in Canada have anxiety when it comes to their appearance, which means that they are unable to reach their full potential. Their perception often affects their health, their interpersonal relationships, and their academic performance. Since the launch of Dove’s self-esteem project in 2004, Dove has been promoting self-esteem among young people, particularly young women and girls. Sarah shares with us some of the aspects that made this campaign appealing to her. What has been your experience with self-esteem
The Dove self esteem project has launched in New Zealand with the aim to change 18,000 young Kiwis lives. The project provides parents, teachers...
by Jo Middleton @ Slummy single mummy
Mon Sep 04 05:21:44 PDT 2017
Post in association with Tesco Bank A little while ago Tesco Bank asked me to put together some of my best budgeting hacks for their website. I came up with 10 really simple ways to save money – I was quite proud of myself. You can read them here, so please do go and have a look. In the process of writing that piece though, I realised that I’m a bit of a natural in the old money saving department. Perhaps that first class economics degree really is good for something?? I thought I’d put together a few more ideas for you here. Have a read and let me know if you have tried any of these and if they’ve made a difference to your household finances. I’d love…
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Follow project: Evaluating the Dove Self Esteem Project Educational Tools for Body Confidence by Phillippa C Diedrichs on ResearchGate, the professional network for scientists.
I’m proud to have been involved in the delveopment of these excellent resources from Dove which help schools to effectively promote self-esteem and body confidence in 11-14-year-olds through a series of free to download PSHE lessons plans. The resources have received the PSHE Association’s Quality Mark. Five session self-esteem teaching resources The five session Dove Confident …
Benefit Cosmetics ‘Bold is Beautiful Project’ 2017 Raised Over $6.1 Million CAD to Empower Women and Girls
by Megan Strand @ Companies and Causes Canada
Thu Aug 10 10:34:50 PDT 2017
Benefit Cosmetics has raised over $6.1 million CAD, waxing brows for 445,911 people in 17 countries around the world for the Bold is Beautiful Project, the company’s annual global philanthropy program dedicated to providing resources and opportunities to help empower women and girls around the world. Every year during the month of May, 100% of Benefit’s […]
by Heather Deckard @ Blog - Cairn Guidance
Mon Jul 17 04:20:58 PDT 2017
By Heather Deckard
The theme of the National Association of School Nurses (NASN) Annual Conference in San Diego, CA June 30- July 1 this year was From Evidence to Action. It was a great experience to represent the Dove Self Esteem Project (DSEP) as an exhibitor to share a range of curriculum-relevant teaching resources, developed in collaboration with educators and students. The DSEP tools take evidence to action and are proven to make a positive impact in body-confidence.
The DSEP Teachers program Confident Me has been proven to:
· Improve body image
· Boost self-esteem
· Reduce social impairment (likelihood of opting out)
The DSEP lessons and materials were well received by school nurses from all over the US – many of whom shared they could use this project to augment their puberty lessons. Research shows that one in five high school students reported being bullied on school property.  We know that young people are bullied for a number of reasons, but appearance, including body shape, weight, and skin, are common. The school nurses we met with reported needing something on this topic for their middle school and high school students, as bullying, low self-esteem, and access to social media can impact student’s health and ability to learn. Those that do not teach were happy to pass the information onto their Health or Physical Education teachers.
The Evolution and Change One Thing films created by DSEP are engaging and impactful assets shared through the Confident Me! Toolkit, well-liked by educators and teachers, alike. Remember, the program is absolutely no cost! Find the programs here: www.dove.com/selfesteem
Cairn Guidance has partnered with the Dove Self-Esteem Project to reach young lives with self-esteem curriculum across the country.
 Diedrichs, P.C., Atkinson, M.J., Steer, R.J., Garbett, K.M., Rumsey, N. & Halliwell, E. (2015). Effectiveness of a brief school-based body image intervention ‘Dove Confident Me: Single Session’ when delivered by teachers and researchers: Results from a cluster randomised controlled trial. Behaviour Research & Therapy, 74, 94-104. doi: 10.1016/j.brat.2015.09.004
Simply Being Mommy
Instead of speaking hate, let's speak love. Instead of speaking negativity, let's speak positivity. Learn more about the Dove self esteem project.
Science of People
Many, many years ago, I first saw this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q5qZedMTkkE It completely changed the way I looked at advertisements, media and photos. I realized that the way we see beauty, the way we think about beauty and
Unilever is striving to instill a culture of self-confidence in children.
by Pooky Knightsmith @ Pooky Knightsmith
Tue May 16 23:10:52 PDT 2017
Please note that an illustrator was found – I have been delighted to work with Elise Evans who has bought the book to life. It will be released in January 2018 and is available to pre-order here. I am currently working on a book called ‘Can I tell you about self-harm’ which will form part […]
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In the next phase of its Self-Esteem Project, Dove teams with advocates to arm girls with resources to combat online negativity and body shaming
I Heart Publix
We have some great deals on Dove products right now at Publix thanks to the big $3 Publix coupon in the current Advantage Buy flyer – $3 off wyb $10 worth of Dove Personal Care products. I th…
by Pooky Knightsmith @ Pooky Knightsmith
Fri Aug 18 01:30:41 PDT 2017
A brief guide to self-harm in children and young people and when to be concerned by Dr Pooky Knightsmith
by Jo Middleton @ Slummy single mummy
Wed Sep 20 11:31:50 PDT 2017
I had a bit of an odd moment of parental pride in myself last week. Belle had been complaining about having problems with her reading – she says that it’s difficult to concentrate and sometimes the words look blurry or have lights in front of them – so I said that the next day I’d make her an appointment for an eye test as a first step. Off we went to bed. My memory is terrible, so I set a reminder on my phone. The next day when the reminder popped up I called them straight away. When Belle got home from school it was the very first thing she asked. ‘When is my optician’s appointment?’ she asked as she took her shoes off by the front door. ‘I made it…
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Find My Style
Find My Style is proud to be associated with the Dove Self Esteem Project as our founder Hannah Jean is one of the partner trainers on Dove's Programme.
I was involved in the Dove self-esteem project to change the way we see, not the way we look. Part of the world-wide campaign that beauty is a state of mind
by admin @ Scoop Business
Thu Sep 21 08:44:38 PDT 2017
Press Release – New Talisman Goldmines New Talisman (NTL) is pleased to announce that, it has acquired 100% of Newcrest New Zealand Exploration Pty Ltd, a subsidiary of Newcrest Mining Limited (Newcrest) that held 80% of the highly prospective Rahu Project with 20% held by NTL. NTL has …New Talisman Acquires Newcrest NZ Pty Ltd […]
by Stuart Mitchell @ Ethical Marketing News
Fri Sep 22 16:30:35 PDT 2017
Independent craft brewer, BrewDog have announced that it will give away 20% of its profits every year; 10 per cent will be shared equally among its staff, and a further 10 per cent will be issued to charities chosen by the brewer’s 1,000-strong workforce and 57,000 Equity Punk investors BrewDog’s approach to business has followed an anti-establishment route over the past 10 years since its inception in 2007, and its Equity for Punks crowdfunding programme is what has powered the brewer’s unprecedented growth. If the brewer achieves its projected targets,…
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Dove is on a mission to help the next generation of women develop a positive relationship with the way they look, helping them raise their self-esteem and realise their full potential.
by Samantha Lowe @ Blog - Cairn Guidance
Tue Apr 11 08:15:45 PDT 2017
Written by Samantha Lowe
Born and raised in Kentucky, I have seen how difficult it is to persuade the population on the necessity of in school and community based health education, where 25.2% of adults smoke cigarettes, with the national rate ranging from 9.3% to 26.5% across all states. Overall, Kentuckians tend to be less concerned with their health.
Kentucky residents were large beneficiaries of Obamacare and Medicaid expansion, but this did not change residents understanding of its' worth. Kentuckians then proceeded to keep red state traditions alive and vote for a president who promised to replace the system. And, in 2015 the population voted in a Governor, Matt Bevin, who allows his conservative religious views to influence policy. Unfortunately, these decisions are beginning to elicit change, but not in the best interest of Kentuckians. Governor Bevin has described himself as “unapologetically pro-life” and is attempting to make Kentucky the first state to have residents without access to abortion services.
In the past year, the Bevin administration has impacted services offered to the community at two out of only three places in the state to receive women's reproductive healthcare. Planned Parenthood in Louisville no longer offers surgical services, while the administration forced theEMW Women's Clinic in Lexington to completely close its doors to the community. Governor Bevin then ordered the EMW Women's Surgical Center in Louisville, KY (the last clinic available in the state to receive abortion services) to close on April 3rd, 2017. Thankfully the ACLU and the EMW Surgical Center sued on the basis that the closure "will have a devastating impact on Kentucky women", while the ACLU has called the attempted action "an attempt to ban abortion in Kentucky." The clinic was granted the ability to stay open, but the fight for its longevity is not over. With two anti-abortion clinics on the same block the EMW Women's clinic in Louisville, KY has seen a lot of action, with volunteers lining up in orange vests to protect patients from harassment to protestors wearing the same vest attempting to redirect women into one of the pro-life clinics. The clinic has become the last battle ground for women's reproductive rights in the state.
Cairn Guidance believes that access to care, services and information is essential to all Americans.
As the clinics license is up for reevaluation in May, the next few months are pivotal times of support. If you are interested in expressing your voice please follow the link below:
Contact Matt Bevin here.
The Dove self-esteem project promotes body confidence and self-esteem in youth globally.
Girl With Curves
I’ve struggled with self-esteem my entire life. And like every woman I know, there are things about my appearance I would love to change. However, there came a time in my life- 7 years ago to be exact, when I realized the road to loving myself- though long, would be much more rewarding than the bu…
Nobody’s perfect, there are certain things that each of us would like to change about our bodies if given the chance. For many women however these ‘imperfections’ can become all-consuming, leading to low body confidence and taking its toll on their self-esteem. A poll conducted by Dove found that 17% of women surveyed wouldn’t go on
The new campaign marks the brand's 50th year in Canada.
by Hannah Jean @ Find My Style
Fri Oct 17 03:15:05 PDT 2014
On Tuesday 14th October, Find My Style was invited to host a fashion and cocktails night for bloggers at the newly opened Sakura Bournemouth. The Japanese inspiration behind the bar lent itself perfectly to the current fashion trends. Below we share the five key ways that Japanese style is influencing the current style trends for […]
by Dawn McAlexander @ Cheap Is the New Classy
Tue Aug 22 07:32:55 PDT 2017
On Friday, I headed to Dollywood to check out some cool new things coming to the theme park. One thing that I am particularly excited about is Dollywood’s Great Pumpkin LumiNights. Dolly Parton was there to share all about the festival herself and it sounds amazing. This is definitely something that I think you and […]
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Sun Jun 12 18:37:00 PDT 2016
Dove’s Self Esteem Project: #SpeakBeautiful Bracelet with Purchase of 3 Dove Products at Target | All Things Target
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Post sponsored by Mirum Shopper. Opinions are 100% my own. The internet is an amazing place, but sometimes the negativity on social media can make us feel less-than-amazing. We need to keep in mind that our words can affect ourselves and those around us. Dove is helping to remind us to always #speakbeautiful, not only for ourselves but for our children as well. Dove took a study and found out that 52% of girls think that negativity they see online damages their confidence?* With a teenager daughter myself, I want to make sure I am always sending a positive message. Dove is encouraging women and girls to make social media a more positive place for beauty and body confidence. Stop by Target and pick up three of your favorite Dove products and you will get a FREE #SpeakBeautiful bracelet. This bracelet will stand as a reminder to always be positive when posting on social media, in your daily life and in your interactions with family and friends. Choose Dove and support
SAN DIEGO -- Dove is shifting its focus from self-hygiene to self-esteem, and it’s taking shape right here in San Diego.Self-esteem workshops were held at the Boys and Girls Club in Clairemont Wednesday. Around 50 girls from across San Diego County took part in the Dove self-esteem project -- a program implemented 10 years ago to show girls, despite what they think or feel, they are beautiful.
Dove's Self-Esteem Project: Who Do You #FeelBeautifulFor?
by Megan Strand @ Companies and Causes Canada
Tue Sep 12 09:01:00 PDT 2017
Helping inspire and create beautiful spaces is something Urban Barn is passionate about. As part of its Shelter Rejuvenation Program, Urban Barn has transformed spaces in shelters from five different regions across Canada to help create a homier feel for visitors. Urban Barn’s Shelter Rejuvenation Project is a community-focused initiative aimed at refreshing an area […]
UPDATE: Participate in this week's free SHAPE America webinar to learn more about the program and win a chance to attend a national conference of your choice, at no cost! You may watch the webinar at a later date as well, however, register here. Why is body confidence and self-esteem impor
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by Brian Griffith @ Blog - Cairn Guidance
Wed Aug 30 07:36:12 PDT 2017
By Brian Griffith, Health Educator and guest blogger for Cairn Guidance
Skills based health education has been around for years but has really gained support and steam over the last few years. Many state, district, and national conventions are hosting presentations that focus on integrating skills based health. Classrooms are shifting from “let’s do a fun project” to “let’s do a fun project that allows students to practice a skill aligned to content that will promote health literacy.” Simple projects, lessons that are embedded in PE or other content areas, or lessons that are done sporadically throughout the year do a good job with presenting what students should know, the what of the lesson. In order to develop health literacy, we also need to share the why and how. Why do they need to know this information and skill and how does it connect to wellness? What are you going to do with the information and how does it support a lifetime of health literacy?
Many teachers were trained on basic health topics and how to teach those independent topics. We know students learn best when they are shown the bigger picture of health (holistic approach) and how all aspects of health are connected. Shifting the classroom focus to skills based health isn’t difficult, the students will still be learning familiar topics. The difference is now the lesson will focus on a skill while teaching the content. Students will be learning about decision making while learning nutrition content, accessing information and mental health, analyzing influences and drug prevention, or one of the other skills with a content that has been identified by your state or local school system.
There are many resources available to teachers to support them shifting to a skills based health classroom.
I suggest reading these two books:
“Skills Based Health Education” by Mary Connolly and
“The Essentials of Teaching Health Education” by Sarah Benes and Holly Alperin
Jeff Bartlett, a great health educator in MA compiles a weekly Health Education blog here.
And, SHAPE America has been adding resources to the health education teacher’s toolbox.
RMC Health, located in Colorado, is another great resource that supports quality health education. From their website, “RMC Health has promoted the health and success of children and youth across the United States, and helped to transform the organizations that support them.” RMC Health has created skills based health models that provide guidance and skill cues by grade band/span. These health skills models have resources on how to teach the skills effectively to students.
Remember to always teach your local and state requirements. You don’t want to teach something that could get you fired or removal of your teaching certificate. Many requirements can be adjusted to address skills. If you know your curriculum, use CDC's Health Education Curriculum Analysis Tool (HECAT) to evaluate your information to see if you are covering items that CDC believes is critical to health education. The HECAT shares outcomes that students should reach based on grade bands/spans. The outcomes are divided into the National Health Education Standards. A teacher can identify a topic they want to teach (tobacco prevention), identify the grade band (6-8), identify the skill (accessing information), and then identify an outcome that matches their local curriculum (access valid and reliable tobacco-related prevention and cessation information from home, school, or community.) I might replace tobacco with nicotine because of vaping and e-cigarette use. I would use: “Access valid and reliable nicotine-related prevention and cessation information from home, school, or community.”
For example, when a health literate person accesses valid and reliable information, we want them to identify sources of health information, explain how to find the source, and explain why it’s a good source. For example, RMC Health has identified six steps to access reliable information:
Step 1: Identify the Question
Step 2: Locate Accessible Resources
Step 3: Analyze for Validity
Step 3: Analyze for Reliability
Step 5: Determine the best Answer
Step 6: Reflect on your Answer
How do you “Analyze for Validity” or “Analyze for Reliability”? RMC Health has a resource students and teachers can use to evaluate websites here. Librarians at CSU Chico created a tool called the CRAAP for evaluating resources. CRAAP stands for Currency, Relevance, Authority, Accuracy, and Purpose.
Health on the Net has been evaluating health information on websites for twenty years. They have a search tool individuals can use to locate valid and reliable information. The site is designed to support patients/individuals, medical professionals, or web publishers. Anyone can access the resources on their site. The site also shares the tool they use to evaluate information and students can use the tool to evaluate a website.
Health on the Net also create a quick guide on eight questions a person should think about when accessing a website.
The lesson will ask students to look for nicotine prevention and cessation services and evaluate those resources with one of the tools the teacher selects. What will the student with that information? The students could simply create a list of quality resources. Is that very engaging for your students? Does creating a list engage higher order thinking skills? If your school is tech focused, you could use google maps to pin key locations in the community. Students could also identify the barriers to health on that same map. Our main goal is to have them analyze these sites and identify ones that would provide valid and reliable information. Both of these activities meet that original objective. Should we provide a more engaging environment though? Students could work on advocacy by developing resources to be distributed at the local health department, hospital, clinic, PTA meeting, or health fair. This lesson could connect to environmental literacy by researching high pollution points of cigarette butts or vaping devices and organizing a student service project to clean up the area. Once the locations are identified, receptacles could be placed with signs about quitting smoking.
Skills based health education means students are practicing skills and learning how to apply those skills in multiple settings. Teachers need to introduce the skill, allow students to practice the skill with multiple content areas, and then allow the students to be given a scenario where they have to identify the skills to use and successfully apply those skills. Then with any skill, those skills must be practiced over time. We all know having healthy citizens makes our communities and businesses more productive and better places to live.
What are some of your skills based health lessons?
I hope you make today a healthy day for you and all those you meet!
Salford City Academy
Salford City Academy was pleased to welcome two representatives from Dove, the personal care products company, into school to host self-esteem workshops with our Year 7 and 8 students. Linked to our PSHE and SMSC provision, the Dove Self Esteem Project workshop asked students to look at issues that affect self-esteem. Open discussions took place regarding body confidence and the impact and consequences of media, celebrity culture and peer pressure on students.Students watched an...