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In Conflicts and Disasters, Protect Children from Child Labour

In Conflicts and Disasters, Protect Children from Child Labour

Around the world 535 million children are living in countries affected by conflicts and disasters. One out of every four children is a victim of conflicts and displacement crises in countries already struggling with poverty, malnutrition, armed conflict and the impacts of natural disasters. Lake Chad Basin, South Sudan, the

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New ILO Data Reveals Slow Reduction in Child Labour

New ILO Data Reveals Slow Reduction in Child Labour

New Delhi: A new report by the International Labour Organization (ILO), Global Estimates of Child Labour: Results and Trends, 2012-2016 released on 19 September 2017 at the United National General Assembly (UNGA), says that a total of 152 million children – 64 million girls and 88 million boys – are in child

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The Human Right That Keeps on Giving

The Human Right That Keeps on Giving

Op-ed by Kailash Satyarthi, Nobel Peace Laureate & Commissioner at International Commission on Financing Global Education Opportunity
NEW DELHI – In Côte d’Ivoire, I once met a boy working on a cocoa farm whose only dream was someday to taste the rich brown chocolate he helped produce. And in Pakistan,

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Trabajo Infantil en Panamá

Trabajo Infantil en Panamá

Unos de los problemas que presentan los niños y niñas de este país es la falta de educación, los niños y niñas a temprana edad viajan de los campos a las ciudades ya que en los campos las personas trabajan para satisfacer sus necesidades y no generan dinero.
Debido a

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Child Labour in Humanitarian Crisis

Child Labour in Humanitarian Crisis

In today’s volatile world, more than 100 million people are in an urgent need of humanitarian assistance, of which 50 percent are children. More than 60 million people have been displaced and are facing extreme situations due to conflict, emergencies and natural disasters. Some of the major consequences of these

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Field Visit to Ghana

Field Visit to Ghana

From Left to Right: Andrews Tagoe, Regional Coordinator GMACL, Anglophone Africa, Deepika Mittal, Campaigns Officer GMACL, Hon MP Joseph Amenowade, Cleophas Mally, Regional Coordinator GMACL, Francophone Africa
The Global March International Secretariat (GMIS) in July 2015 concluded a successful project visit to Africa. Under this current project “Capacity Building and

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