UNICEF Speak Your Mind
|Designer||James Lavelle, Lila-Blue Lavelle, and Ben Drury|
Part of a project called Speak Your Mind, created by UNICEF, MTV Networks Asia, and Levi's to give a voice to children. The project launched in December 2001 with programs on MTV Asia channels featuring young people discussing their views on various issues related to them. 
James Lavelle designed a t-shirt for the campaign with the slogan "Children need smiles not missiles." on it. The t-shirt was relased mid-March 2002, and was a collaboration between Lavelle, his daughter Lila-Blue Lavelle, and Ben Drury.
There appear to be two versions of this t-shirt. The white version as seen on the MTV websites, and a dark version as seen on the Unkle77 fansite. It is the dark version which appears to feature art by James Lavelle's daughter Lila-Blue Lavelle on the front.
The limited edition T-shirt was released by Levi's in March 2002 with 10% of sales from the campaign to be donated to UNICEF, to be used for appropriate youth programs. Other artists who participated in the program included Mike Mills, Heavyweight, Deanne Cheuk, and G. Wills. Other celebrrities such as Ronan Keating and Sophie Ellis Baxter took part in the program by visiting areas of Asia affected by AIDS/HIV as a means to raise awareness.
Speak Your Mind mini-site with links to each countries mini-sites (Via Internet Archive)