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  • Persil explains why dirt is good
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Persil explains why dirt is good

"To thrive, children need space to play without grown-ups getting in the way." That's the premise for Persil's Kids Today Project, which focuses on kids from all over the world – whether raised in the city or in strict schooling conditions – to learn how they play, and prove that dirt can be a good thing.

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