There is More Work to be Done Dove started a global conversation about the need for a wider definition of beauty with the Campaign for Real Beauty.
What does CRB stand for?
CRB stands for Campaign for Real Beauty (Dove)
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- Community Resource for Archiving Wireless Data at Dartmouth (Dartmouth College; Hanover, NH)
- Children Resolution and Women Learning Society (Calcutta, India)
- Crow River Area Youth Orchestra
- Create Your Own Newspaper (web tool)
- Cedar River Association of Zymurgy Enthusiasts (Iowa)
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- Christian, Raymond, Antoine, Zachary, Yvan (first names of actors in French Movie 'CRAZY')
- California Research Bureau
- Capillary Refill Brisk
- Capital Region BOCES (Board of Cooperative Educational Services)
- Capital Review Board (various organizations)
- Carrier Review Board
- Center for Regenerative Biology (University of Connecticut)
- Center for Reproductive Biology (various locations)
- Center for Responsible Business (various organizations)
- Central Recording Building
- Central Registered Body (UK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Mickey Stellavato, a University of Oregon doctoral student, played the video - part of Dove's Campaign for Real Beauty - during a lecture on "Fact and Fiction: Body Image in the Time of Photoshop.
The Campaign for Real Beauty challenged the media's stereotype of what beauty is all about--and in the process gave millions of women of all shapes and sizes more confidence in their appearance.
The creation of the Dove Mothers & Daughters booklet is part of the ongoing Dove Campaign for Real Beauty.
Its Campaign for Real Beauty is aiming to widen the definition of beauty in society and to inspire women and girls to feel confident about their bodies.
About the campaign This year, Dove's Campaign for Real Beauty is focusing on educating and inspiring the next generation to have more confidence in their own beauty, to promote greater self-esteem.
Four Arab women--a Saudi, a Palestinian and two Lebanese--whose looks differ from the stereotypical beauty ideal portrayed in the media are featuring in the Dove Campaign For Real Beauty that was launched last month in the Arab region.
Caroline Philiponnet, Dove Body Wash brand manager, said, 'Understanding women's attitude to beauty and their relationship with their bodies is a key part of the ongoing Dove Campaign for Real Beauty.