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Shaping Futures
Latvia

This summer, Schwarzkopf Professional in partnership with the Latvian SOS children's village association launches unique social project - "Shaping Futures" , training of 20 young people from SOS children's villages, an SOS youth houses and social risk families hairdressing profession on the ground.

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Uploaded: 23/08/2011
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