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Al Jazeera English Jun 12
THREAD Today is Did you know that ⚠152M children between ages 5-17 are victims of child labour ⚠ 47% of them are in Africa ⚠ 50%+ face the worst forms of child labour - including drug trafficking & prostitution More:
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Al Jazeera English Jun 12
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In Yemen, we investigate how child soldiers are being recruited by the Saudi-UAE coalition
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Al Jazeera English Jun 12
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Here are five must-watch documentaries covering child labour in the US, Haiti, Bolivia, Myanmar and Bangladesh.
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Al Jazeera English Jun 12
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In Syria, thousands of children in Idlib have been forced to drop out and find jobs amid regime bombardment and a deteriorating economy.
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Nihal Sarin Jun 12
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Al Jazeera English Jun 12
⚡️152M children are trapped in child labour around the 🌍
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Saving Seconds.. Jun 12
"Children shouldn't work in fields but on dreams." theme of
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Al Jazeera English Jun 12
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In India, more than 10 million children are exploited as 'workers'. Here's how this school in Assam is paying kids to study
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Youth Alive Development & Women Rescue Foundation Jun 12
Child labour puts every child at risk, it must be eliminated!
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Al Jazeera English Jun 12
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In Myanmar, 20% of children work to support their families, often putting their lives at risk. 14-year-old San Min Hteik lost two fingers while working at a steel factory. He is one of thousands of child workers in Myanmar.
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Ministry of WCD Jun 13
United efforts are needed to uproot the evil of Urge all stakeholders to join hands.
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ILO Jun 12
This join and the in supporting the movement against child labour. Let us ensure that children are in schools, are healthy, and feel happy and safe.
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Akshayakalpa Jun 12
Children should have healthy food and books in their hands, not labour tools. We make this happen by improving the income of our farmer families. 160+ farmer families earn on an avg Rs. 65,000 pm, which allows them to send their children to school.
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Priyanka C Raina Jun 12
No child should be toiling at fields or mines at an age when she/he should be going to school, learning & playing. On let's pledge to buy products that are child labour free. It's a powerful way to get businesses to change their policies & clean up.
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Youth Alive Development & Women Rescue Foundation Jun 12
As we celebrate Let's all make an effort to eradicate all forms of child labour, slavery and child trafficking We need to so all children can work on their dreams.
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Balasaheb Thorat Jun 12
Every child has a right to dream, every child has a right to health, education and safety. Let us protect our nation’s future. Let us fight with Child labour.
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Rural Development Trust (RDT) Jun 12
Child labour not only robs children of their innocence but pushes them into dangerous environments. Let's make sure we put an end to this menace so every child can explore their curiosity and enjoy their childhood to the fullest! 🤸‍♀️🤸‍♂️
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UNICEF India Jun 12
They were rescued from child labour in and on , they told us how it can be stopped. - Parents should be linked to govt. schemes and know that school is free - People employing children should be punished - Call 1098 to report child labour cases
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Preneet Kaur Jun 12
Today on World Anti Child Labour day, I want to thank the amazing volunteers of Har Hath Kalam for the tremendous work they have done in Patiala by enrolling more than 110 kids to schools through bridge education, counselling and community engagement.
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UP POLICE Jun 12
There is no reason, no excuse Child labour is Child abuse ! On the occasion of let us join hands to wage a battle against & pledge ourselves to the cause of children’s education !
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