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Offer: Call for Proposals: Project to Reduce Child Labor in Colombia / Deadline: 19 July 2013

"U.S. Department of Labor’s (USDOL) Bureau of Intl Labor Affairs (ILAB) is pleased to offer funding opportunity for Project to Reduce Child Labor in Colombia. … Read More»

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Offer: ILO report shows why social protection is crucial to tackle child labour

"Measures such as cash transfers or health insurance programmes can sometimes determine whether a child spends the day studying and playing, or working and being deprived of a fair chance at a decent … Read More»

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"Education: The Necessary Utopia"

"While education is widely recognized as a fundamental human right of every individual, in practice, many boys, girls, men and women have been historically locked out of educational systems. … Read More»

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!!Of Recent Concern!!

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My lovely hair... (And our Education system)

Once upon a time there was a little girl with lovely hair but one day a brutal monster came and torn out chunk of her hair. … Read More»

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From the Grassroots...

If you ask her about her ultimate goal, her reply would be, "to rid Maharashtra of child slavery." … Read More»

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Musings on Human Trafficking…

I couldn’t help getting emotional again as I read a touching post from a writer about a girl who was sold to a brothel at age six and locked inside a room to be raped by 15 or more men every night. … Read More»

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A Second Slave Rebellion in Haiti (Or: What's the Worth of a Haitian Child? Part III)

One of the many effects of poverty in Haiti is that desperate parents regularly give away their children in the hope that the new family will feed and educate the children better than they themselves … Read More»

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Slavery in Haiti, Again (Or: What's the Worth of a Haitian Child? Part II)

“I’m struggling to end slavery because I know how I suffered,” said Helia Lajeunesse, a former restavèk, child slave, who is now a children’s rights advocate. … Read More»

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