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Essity joins United Nations initiative to promote inclusive advertising

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April 2024- Hygiene and health company Essity continues its purpose to break barriers to well-being by joining the Unstereotype Alliance, a thought and action platform convened by UN Women, with the mission to eradicate harmful stereotypes in media and advertising content.

Moreover, The Unstereotype Alliance seeks to eradicate harmful stereotypes from advertising and media to help create a more equal world. Convened by UN Women, an organization within the United Nations dedicated to gender equality and the empowerment of women, the Alliance collectively acts to empower people in all their diversity by using advertising as a force for good to drive positive change all over the world.

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Essity and its brands have a long history of breaking taboos, raise awareness against bias and act for equality. For example through campaigns by its feminine care brands Bodyform/Libresse/Nosotras/Saba, and the global market leading incontinence care brand TENA, such as “Blood Normal” which was the first TV advertisement for period products to replace blue liquid with a more representative red, “Viva La Vulva” and “Befriend your Body” which helps normalize the conversation about the female body and “The Last Lonely Menopause” which encourages conversations about menopause.

“Essity has presence in 150 countries, and we take great responsibility in building our brands with our consumers and customers in a responsible and inclusive way. By joining the Unstereotype Alliance we want to contribute to accelerating progress and look forward to collaborating with UN Women and peers worldwide to empower people in this endeavor”, says Tuomas Yrjölä, President Global Brand, Innovation & Sustainability at Essity.

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