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  • Unilever boosts social campaigning
  • Unilever boosts social campaigning
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Unilever boosts social campaigning

With a brand-building campaign that draws parallels between historic social campaigners like Martin Luther King and modern-day equivalents, Unilever is encouraging consumers to take positive action against worldwide social and economic issues.

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