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Pope Francis Jun 12
As adults we must not rob children of their capacity to dream. Let us seek to promote an environment of hope, where their dreams may grow and be shared: A shared dream opens the path towards a new way of life.
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Amina J Mohammed Jun 12
152 million children 👶 🧒 worldwide are in child labour & denied their human rights. It’s a critical moment to renew efforts to end child labour by 2025. The provides a road map & promise to ensure no child is left behind
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EU Humanitarian Aid 🇪🇺 Jun 12
14 year-old Bilal from Syria used to work in the fields. Now he works on his dreams.
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Kumi Consulting Jun 12
This is what looks like in 2️⃣0️⃣1️⃣9️⃣ An all-too-common sight in today's global
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Human Rights Watch Jun 12
Child labor is a problem we know how to solve. Here are the 4 most important things governments can do. Please RT!
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Simrin Singh Jun 12
So thrilled to have super talented ⁦⁩ of join ⁦⁩ music initiative on - incredibly powerful original song. Playing across radio stations nationwide. Full video release soon. ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Islamic Relief UK Jun 12
Alhamdulillah thanks to your support we have been able to combat the effects of child labour. Find out how you can help:
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Humour Express Jun 11
Child labour is a Social Crime, Every has a Right to Shine. Stop
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Zama Neff Jun 12
Child labor rates have dropped, but 152 million children are still victims of child labor. Governments must do more:
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UN Women Jun 12
We support a skilled girl force to thrive in the paths they aspire to. In order to achieve their futures, they must stay in school. On , invest in girls' education!
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EuropeAid Jun 12
Replying to @europeaid
Globally, 152 million children are victims of child labour, nearly half are engaged in the worst forms. Child labour robs children of not only their childhood but also their future. It's time to now.
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Tahmina Naimi Jun 12
kids should be at school to study NOT on field to labor
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Fairtrade Intl Jun 12
For , here are four lessons we've learned through our work to :
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Guy Ryder Jun 12
How we treat our children is a reflection of our societies and values. Here's my message from the ILC on World Day Against Child Labour.
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Delta 8.7 - The Alliance 8.7 Knowledge Platform Jun 12
Today, for , we’re highlighting innovative research that’s being conducted on measuring to allow children to be children.
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UNICEF Office for Relations with EU Institutions Jun 12
152 million children, still today, work in fields instead of their dreams. They have no childhood, no education and no future. On , join us & for to highlight such an important child right issue.
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La France à l'ONU Jun 12
Children shouldn't work in fields. But on dreams. On World Day against Child Labour, let's stand up for a brighter future without child labour.
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ILO Caribbean Jun 13
Children should work on their dreams, not on fields The aims to create public discussion and policy action around ending child labour in every country Find out more:
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Henrietta H. Fore Jun 12
is a moment to reflect on the tireless work to remove millions of children from child labour, but more needs to be done. is proud to partner with to end child labour and help every child reach their dreams. , every right.
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EuropeAid Jun 12
Replying to @ilo @FAO
Children are engaged as labourers in a number of industries, but agriculture is a sector of particular concern. Over 71% of child labourers - 108 million girls & boys - work in agriculture. We're working with partners like and to address this issue.
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