HRH Princess Beatrice attends the launch of the Beulah London / French Sole collaboration in aid of the UN Blue Heart Campaign

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Princess Beatrice of York attends the launch of the Beulah London / French Sole collaboration in aid of the UN Blue Heart Campaign at The George Club on December 10, 2013 in London, England.  view more pics on tumblr here

Beulah and French Sole Collaboration

We are thrilled to announce the collaboration With French Sole, launching a limited edition “Blue Heart Shoe” available to buy beginning of December, in aid of the United Nations Blue Heart Campaign Blue Heart Campaign against Human Trafficking. 25% of profits  made from every pair  of the blue heart shoe will be donated directly to the blue heart campaign.

AboutThe UN Blue Heart Campaign

led by UNODC aims to promote the Blue Heart as an international symbol to raise awareness on the plight of human trafficking victims. Join the Blue Heart Campaign today.DescriptionHuman Trafficking is a crime that strips people of their rights, ruins their dreams and robs them of their dignity. It is a crime that shames us all. Human trafficking is a global problem and no country is immune. Millions of victims are entrapped and exploited every year in this modern form of slavery. To rally world public opinion against human trafficking, UNODC is launching the Blue Heart Campaign. By supporting the Blue Heart you raise awareness of this crime and join the campaign to fight it. The Blue Heart represents the sadness of those who are trafficked while reminding us of the cold-heartedness of those who buy and sell fellow human beings.


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