DSEF

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AcronymDefinition
DSEFDirect Selling Education Foundation (Washington, DC)
DSEFDove Self-Esteem Fund (Dove Campaign for Real Beauty)
DSEFDeutsche Stiftung Edelsteinforschung (German: German Foundation for Gemstone Research)
DSEFDiplôme Supérieur d'Etudes Françaises (French: Advanced Diploma in French Studies)
DSEFDover-Sherborn Education Fund (Dover, MA)
DSEFDomini Social Equity Fund (USA)
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In addition to her previous role with the Girl Scouts of Nassau County, Bynum worked for Girl Scouts of the USA, where she was responsible for the implementation of The Dove Self-Esteem Fund corporate partnership and the development of the Girl Scout/Dove Self-Esteem Program.
Indeed, Mumsnet works in partnership with the Dove Self-Esteem Fund, and encourages users to post poems addressed to their daughters in order to help them raise their self-esteem in regards to body image.
Typically of contemporary branding, it relies heavily on forms of prosumption and immaterial labor--such as consumers working through voting, uploading videos to YouTube--as well as on forms of "activist" outreach work through the Dove Self-Esteem Fund, which addresses eating disorders and other body issues among girls and young women (by, for instance, encouraging teens to use online Dove workbooks to create their own "healthy self-esteem").
Girl Scouts and the Dove Self-Esteem Fund have partnered to offer self-esteem programming for U.
The company's Dove brand, for example, has continued its Campaign for Real Beauty, aimed at raising the self-esteem of girls and young women through the Dove Self-Esteem Fund.
The Campaign for Real Beauty is aimed at raising the self-esteem of girls and young women through the Dove Self-Esteem Fund, with the goal of making a difference in the lives of 5 million young people globally by 2010.
But with all of the stress and pressure you face every day, it's no shocker that a whopping 62 percent of all girls ages 8 to 17 feel insecure or not sure of themselves, according to the study "Real Girls, Real Pressure: A National Report on the State of Self-Esteem," commissioned by the Dove Self-Esteem Fund.
Martin Staniforth, from the Dove Self-Esteem Fund, said: "Too many people these days are not realising their full potential in life because they are concerned about the way they look and that holds them back.
Martin Staniforth, from the Dove self-esteem fund and another judge of the competition, said: "Let's do something about those stereotypical images.
Despite her involvement with the campaign yesterday, held on behalf of the Dove Self-Esteem Fund, Liz admits she still struggles with her own image: "I'm less than perfect.
In fact, friends often exacerbate the problem, with just over half of respondents in a survey by the Dove Self-Esteem Fund saying they would feel most hurt if their best friend or a girl in their class made a spiteful comment about how they looked.