Child Labour

1 The Industrial Revolution: A Boon to Industry, A Bane to Childhood

4 feb. 2012

The Revolution, Reaction, and Reform of Child Labor NHD 2011 – 2012
 
Revolution, Reaction, and Reform
 

2 Cotton Mill Girl: Behind Lewis Hine’s Photograph & Child Labor Series | 100 Photos | TIME

6 jan. 2017

Lewis Hine’s photograph of a girl at work in a cotton mill, part of his monumental series on child labor, forced Americans to reckon with their economic exploitation of youth.

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3 Ending Child Labour by 2016: the Continuing Challenge

12 jun. 2012

There has been progress in the effort to eliminate the worst forms of child labour worldwide. As a result of international commitments and the ILO convention to eradicate the worst forms of child labour, tens of millions of children around the world are out of work and in school. But as the world gets closer to the deadline in 2016 for the eradication of child labour around the world, the pace of progress is slowing.
 

“Enlightenment” A short movie on child labour.

14 mei 2015

A film contested for “short film contest on child rights” at National level conducted by an organisation named AAINA collaborating with UNICEF. Written and Directed by Nandeesh Y D.

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4 Boy describes struggle of mining cobalt in Democratic Republic of Congo

6 mrt. 2018

A CBS News investigation found that child labor is being used in the mining of cobalt in Africa. Many top electronic and electric vehicle companies need cobalt to help power their products. Debora Patta follows one young boy home from a mine to understand the challenges he faces as his family’s main provider.

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5 – 11-year-old cobalt miner in Congo escapes child labor

5 apr. 2018

One month ago, a CBS News investigation in the Democratic Republic of Congo found child labor being used to mine cobalt, a mineral essential to batteries in our electronics. We brought you the story of, Ziki Swaze, one young miner whose only dream was to go to school. Debora Patta reports on a life-changing update to Ziki’s story.

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6 Blood, Sweat, and Batteries: Inside Congo’s Cobalt Mines I Fortune

24 aug. 2018

Africa’s copperbelt contains two-thirds of the entire world’s cobalt, a mineral required for the production of cell phones, laptops, and most importantly, electric automobiles. Produced with support from the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting.
 
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7 Hazardous Child Labour in Agriculture

21 nov. 2007

Across the world 218 million children, as young as five and six, are engaged in child labour. Seventy per cent, over 150 million work in agriculture. 
While the good news is that child labour has declined by eleven per cent in the last four years, much more needs to be done in agriculture. The ILO and its social partners from member governments, and employers and workers organizations have committed themselves to eliminating the worst forms of child labour by 2016, including hazardous child labour in agriculture.
 
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8 Celebrating World Day Against Child Labor | UNICEF

15 jun. 2009

World Day Against Child Labour, celebrated on 12 June, this year highlights the continuing challenges to eliminating the worst forms of child labour, with a focus on exploitation of girls. Here is a related story.

KIPUSHI, Democratic Republic of Congo, 12 June 2009 Covered in powder, Sylvian, 2, sits alongside his mother, pounding rocks with a mallet in an ore heap in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Rocks, dust and sun: This is the only life Sylvian has known.

According to Article 32 of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, children have the right to be protected from economic exploitation. Through the efforts of Group One, a UNICEF-supported Belgian non-governmental organization, this is starting to happen in DR Congo.

Group One and UNICEF are working to remove children from the hazardous working conditions in the quarry and get them back to school.

“One of the things we need to do is try to take these children out of this economy,” says Pierrette Vu Thi. “It means working on building social protection systems and helping these children’s families by giving them the means to send the children to school.”

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9 Child Labour || Heart Touching Hindi Song || Motivational Video ||

24 jul. 2014

Music Composed by: Mr.Gowrahari (9293263735)
Mr. Srinu (rhythm player)
Mr. Vindo (keyboard)
Mr. Srinu (tabla)
Screen Play & Editing By: Mr. Siva Prasad Nagireddy
 

Should We Rethink the Ban on Child Labour?
The Inquiry

Most countries in the world have signed up to the idea that no child should work at all under a certain age – but is this the best approach? This week Nicolle, a 17 year old from Peru, has been part of a delegation of child labourers visiting the UN to ask them to rethink their ban on child labour. She’s been working since she was 8 years old, and says not only did her family need the money she earned, but working brought her status and respect. Some charities and experts working with child labourers agree that there are safe forms of child work. They say non-hazardous work can allow children to help their families, gain life skills, and even pay for the school uniforms and equipment they need to stay in education. But the UN and other former child labourers disagree, saying an outright ban is the only way to protect children from exploitation. We ask whether it’s time to rethink the ban on child labour.

Contributors include:

Benjamin Smith – Senior Officer for Child Labour, International Labour Organization
Jo Boyden – Professor of International Development, Oxford University
Zulema Lopez – former child labourer
Kavita Ratna – Director of Advocacy and Fundraising, Concerned for Working Children

Presenter: Helena Merriman
Producer: Beth Sagar-Fenton

Image: Girls collecting firewood in Eritrea, 2004
Credit: Scott Wallace/Getty Images

10 – 16×9 – Child Labour: The Dark Side of Chocolate

13 aug. 2012

Chocolate sure does taste good. But a 16×9 investigation in Ghana uncovers a nasty truth – many cocoa beans in that country are harvested by children. Many of those kids aren’t given a choice; some are even slaves. All workers, no matter the age, live in poverty. Still taste good?
 
Catherine Pope reports.
 

12 Child Labour Awareness Video

21 mei 2013

A section of the three part video that aims to raise awareness about exploitation of women and children. This section is entitled Child Labour.
 

13 Many Families Depend on Forced Child Labor

11 jun. 2011

June 12 marks the World Day Against Child Labor sponsored by the International Labor Organization. The annual occasion is meant to draw policy attention to the more than 200 million children around the world who work full time, many in sweatshop conditions. But not all child labor situations are black and white cases of exploitation. VOA’s Kurt Achin has a look at some underage textile workers in India, whose work often is crucial to their families’ economic survival.
 

14 Child labor Around The World Is More Complicated Than You Think

12 jun. 2015

 
Child labor around the world is nothing new. AJ+ meets three children who have their own reasons for being young and on the job. How would you solve child labor without hurting the economic situation of families?
 

15 Peru: Child Labour in Gold Mines

9 feb. 2010

(June 2005) In Peru, up to 50 000 children work as gold miners in small-scale mines, braving dangerous conditions and constantly at risk from accidents. In Santa Filomena, the International Labour Organization is working together with a local group to put an end to child labour.
 

16 Children’s Lives at Risk in Tanzania’s Gold Mines

28 aug. 2013

(Dar Es Salaam, August 28, 2013) — Children as young as eight-years-old are working in Tanzanian small-scale gold mines, with grave risks to their health and even their lives. The Tanzanian government should curb child labor in small-scale mining, including at informal, unlicensed mines, and the World Bank and donor countries should support these efforts. http://www.hrw.org/news/2013/08/28/ta…
 

17 Does Child Labor Help Children in Poverty? – Learn Liberty

7 mei 2016

Does child labor help the children in poverty who work because they need that extra income to support their families? What are the alternatives? Could the power of free markets eventually raise their living standards? Economics Professor Benjamin Powell offers up a surprising analysis.
 

18 Children of the mines

26 feb. 2013

UNICEF correspondent Michelle Marrion reports on how UNICEF is supporting efforts to find child labourers a way out of the diamond mines of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
 
For more information, visit: http://www.unicef.org/infobycountry/d…
 
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19 World Day Against Child Labour: Plight of child domestic workers

12 jun. 2013

World Day Against Child Labour is observed 12 June. This year, the focus is on the plight of child domestic workers, who are among the most exploited and abused.
For more information, visit: http://www.unicef.org/protection/5792…
 

20 Breaking the cycle of child labour in DR Congo

13 jun. 2012

UNICEF correspondent Suzanne Beukes reports on efforts to break the cycle of child labor in the mines of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
 
For more information, please visit: http://www.unicef.org
 

21 CBS News finds children mining cobalt in Democratic Republic of Congo

6 mrt. 2018

A CBS News investigation found that children are mining cobalt, an expensive metal used in batteries that power smartphones and electric cars. Foreign affairs columnist Bobby Ghosh speaks to CBSN about what companies like Apple and Tesla are trying to do to clean up their supply chains.
 
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22 Special report: Revisiting the cobalt-mining boys

10 mei 2017

Sky News has returned to the Democratic Republic of the Congo to try to find two young boys we met previously, who were working in one of the country’s many cobalt mines. A charity has offered to educate and care for them.

More than half the world’s supply of cobalt is in the DRC. It’s used extensively in smartphones.

Multinational corporations have promised to improve conditions for child miners – but as Sky’s special correspondent Alex Crawford found out – there’s little evidence of that in the former Katanga Province.

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23 Special report : Inside the Congo cobalt mines that exploit children

27 feb. 2017

It is an essential part of most mobile gadgets sold around the world and demand for cobalt is soaring. But the process of extracting the mineral from the earth comes at a huge human cost.

A Sky News investigation has found children as young as four working in dangerous and squalid conditions in Cobalt mines in the Democratic Republic of the Congo for as little as 8p a day. Sky’s special correspondent Alex Crawford reports.

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24 Cobalt mining for phones: How you could be holding a product of child labour

28 feb. 2017

The Chinese mining company Hauyou has refused to apologise after Sky News found that it was sourcing cobalt mined by children as young as four. We’ve also discovered that Apple has told Huayou to suspend all sourcing from mines until they can be checked to be free of child labour. Here’s our Technology correspondent Tom Cheshire.
 
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25 This eight-year-old mines cobalt to make your phone work | Hotspots

1 aug. 2018

In the Democratic Republic of Congo children toil in the drenching rain for long hours carrying huge sacks of cobalt for use in our mobile phones.
 
Dorsen, eight, had no shoes and told us he hadn’t made enough money to eat for the past two days – despite working for about 12 hours a day.
 
His friend Richard, 11, talked about how his whole body ached every day from the tough physical work.
 
Alex Crawford’s reporting gave these two a new life.
 
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26 Dangerous Cobalt Mines in Congo Pose Challenges for Big Tech

14 sep. 2018

Tech companies are trying to clean up the way they source cobalt, a key ingredient in batteries for smartphones, laptops and electric cars. The mineral is often dug by hand under hazardous conditions in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Photo: Alexandra Wexler/The Wall Street Journal
 

27 Child Labour in Bolivia Means Working in One of the World’s Most Dangerous Mines | UNICEF

10 jun. 2011

Young Bolivian children working in one of the most dangerous mines in the world.
 

28 The Dark Secret Behind Your Favorite Makeup Products | Shady | Refinery29

4 mei 2019

On this episode of Shady, our host, Lexy Lebsack explores the unethically sourced ingredient that’s in almost all makeup products. She travels to the mica mines in India to uncover the truth about child labor rings behind this mineral. Watch Shady to see what really goes into making your makeup!

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29 Children Labor For Pennies Mining Mica In Madagascar | TODAY

18 nov. 2019

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Mica is found in every car, plane and cell phone. But a year-long NBC News investigation reveals the shocking human cost of mining the mineral. Senior investigative correspondent Cynthia McFadden takes TODAY to the mica mines of Madagascar.

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30 The Ugly Face of Beauty: Is Child Labour the Foundation for your Makeup? (RT Documentary)

18 sep. 2016

 
Mica is a shiny mineral that’s all the rage in modern-day makeup, helping to give beauty products a bright gleam and natural-looking glow. This beauty, however, comes at a price that most are unaware of. Those who pay it are the poorest and most vulnerable. RT Doc visits India’s illegal mica mines where child labor is rife.
 

31 The Fight Against Child Labour

23 sep. 2018

According to the International Labour Organization (ILO), there are nearly 152 million child labourers worldwide in 2018. Although the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) and other humanitarian actors provide aid in areas where displaced and local children are forced to work, many children still face the burden of having to earn wages to support their families. To remedy the situation in the case of Madagascar, ILO set up a programme that helps child workers change their status and gain access to training. (Video courtesy of UNHCR and ILO)
 
UN in Action No. 1588
 

32 Child Labour Around the World

10 sep. 2010

Everyday, 126 million children go to work in grueling and dangerous conditions. 
Learn more at: http://intolerant.ca 

Children as young as 3 years old work in factories, mines, and even brothels, often paid only with a meal. These children can’t attend school, and with no hope of a career they are limited to a life of manual labour. A direct result of extreme poverty, when parents can’t afford to feed their children, or send them to school, the children must work to stay alive.
 

33 ABCs of Child Labor…15 products touched by child labor and child slavery. How many do you use?

16 nov. 2016

Engaging kids tell us about the the wide range of products that 168 million children trapped in child labor produce. If you like it, please remember to click the “like” button or comment. It helps us reach more people. Please note that since this video was produced in 2016, the global estimate of child labor has been reduced to 152 million.
 

34 Child Labour: A Day in the Life

15 apr. 2010

Vulnerable children are open to exploitation that knows no borders. The huge wage gap between Eastern and Western Europe has led to increased migration and a rise in trafficking.

However change is on its way. This reality may be bleak but improvements have been made. With enough time, effort, and the will to succeed these children can look forward to a brighter future.

Produced in 2006 by the International Labour Organization.

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35 Bolivia’s Child Laborers

31 dec. 2013

In 1936, George Orwell visited a coal mine in Grimethorpe, England. “The place is like… my own mental picture of hell,” he wrote of the experience. “Most of the things one imagines in hell are there—heat, noise, confusion, darkness, foul air, and, above all, unbearably cramped space.” Orwell was a lanky guy, 6’3″ or 6’2″, and I am too, so I was reminded of his comparison recently while crawling through a tunnel as dank and dark as a medieval sewer, nearly a mile underground in one of the oldest active mines in Latin America, the Cerro Rico in Potosí, Bolivia. The chutes were so narrow that I couldn’t have turned around—or turned back—even if I’d wanted to.
 
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36 Undermined. Bolivia’s child workers: Breadwinners or exploited kids

16 jan. 2018

More films about Child Labour: https://rtd.rt.com/tags/child-labour/…
 
While most countries have been trying to eradicate child labour, Bolivia ended up becoming the first nation in the world to legalise it. In 2013, the country’s government announced its intention to set the minimum working age at 14, protect the rights and safety of working children, and phase out child labour completely by 2019. However, during the parliamentary debate, child workers took to the streets of La Paz and clashed with police to protect their ability to support their families. In the end, the new labour code passed in 2014 made it legal for kids as young as 10 to work. Bolivia’s children’s unions are pushing for the legal working age to be decreased even further. RTD went to Bolivia to see how this law is being enforced and if the child workers are happy with the rights they’ve struggled for.
 

37 These photos ended child labor in the US

28 jun. 2019

Child labor was widely practiced until a photographer showed the public what it looked like.
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The 1900 US Federal Census revealed that 1.75 million children under the age of 16, more than one in five, were gainfully employed. They worked all over the country in cotton mills, glass blowing factories, sardine canneries, farms, and even coal mines. In an effort to expose this exploitation of children, the National Child Labor Committee hired a photographer to travel around the country and investigate and report on the labor conditions of children.

Lewis Wickes Hine photographed and interviewed kids, some as young as 4 years old, and published his findings in various Progressive magazines and newspapers. Once the public saw the plight of these children, state legislatures were pressured to pass bills regulating labor for workers under the age of 18, effectively bringing an end to child labor in the United States.

See the entire collection of Lewis Hine’s photos for the National Child Labor Committee here: https://www.loc.gov/collections/natio…

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38 Dirty Work: Rescuing Child Labourers in India

3 mei 2016

Millions of kids in India are forced to do dangerous, illegal work for unscrupulous employers. Nahlah Ayed joins a group of activists on a child labour raid.
Click here for the full story: http://www.cbc.ca/interactives/longfo…

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39 A Life of Labour – Kidasha Nepal

14 jan. 2017

Kidasha is a UK registered development organisation that works to reduce the causes and impact of entrenched poverty and social exclusion, stopping exploitation and violence against children in Nepal. To find out more visit www.kidasha.org
 
 
At minute 4: “I miss my mum and dad so much”
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40 Child Labour in Nepal Documentary

18 mei 2014

The music is by Phuong Medley – Green Pastures.
 
 
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41 Child Labour In Nepal

9 feb. 2017

This is short documentary about child labour in Nepal. Photo Source: Google
 

42 The White Lie – A Child Labour Documentary

25 mrt. 2017

A documentary that highlights the new amendment made to the Child Labour Prohibition and Regulation Act of 1986 and explores the terrible condition of children working in the BT Cotton fields of Gujarat.
 

43 Child Labour In India

16 feb. 2009

World Vision Australia gives you an insight into Child Labour. 280 million children in the world are involved in Child Labour, India is home to the largest number of child labourers. World Vision is acting now – and you can too.
 

44 A Documentary On Child Labour

30 jul. 2015

A Docmentary on Child Labour in India (School Project)
 
Music – Kevin McLeod http://incompetech.com/
 

 

45 UNICEF BT Cotton – Documentary on Child Labour

14 jun. 2012

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46 Bangladesh 🇧🇩 | Too young to work | 101 East

31 mrt. 2011

Too young to work Bangladesh is one of the poorest countries in the world.
 

 

47 Child Labour in Mexico’s Agriculture Part 1 / 2

30 mei 2012

“With no time to grow up” shows in 8 minutes a face of agriculture often invisible. Produced by the ILO – International Programme on the Elimination of Child Labour.
 
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Child labour in Mexico | Talk to Al Jazeera (In The Field)

22 aug. 2016


Child labour in Mexico – Talk to Al Jazeera In The Field

“Education for everyone” has been a popular slogan since the Mexican revolution over 100 years ago.

But according to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, eight out of 100 Mexican children who enroll in elementary school, do not show up for classes.

While barely 50 complete middle school, 20 graduate from high school, 13 get a bachelor’s degree, and only two become graduate students.

A study released by UNESCO last year says the children who don’t attend school are mostly working. The report reveals that at least 21 percent of all Mexican youth between the ages of seven and 14 drop out of school – that’s around 651,000 children.

That means Mexico has one of the largest child labor forces in Latin America, second only to Colombia.

Many of Mexico’s youths who don’t attend school work in plantations.

Talk to Al Jazeera travelled to the coastal state of Veracruz to meet some Mexicans who have traded classrooms and pencils for sugar cane fields and machetes.

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Documentary: Invisible chains – bonded labour in India’s brick kilns

20 sep. 2017

Documentary by Anti-Slavery International revealing shocking levels of slavery, bonded labour, and child labour in India brick kiln industry.
 

48 Child Labour Best Song

24 aug. 2012

We Should Stop Child Labour Stop As Much AS we can
 
 

49 Fingers to the Bone: Child Farmworkers in the United States

4 mei 2010

Ask your congress person to support the CARE Act: http://hrw.kintera.org/support-CARE
 
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50 A Song against Child Labour – Independence Day – 15.08.2013 – ft. Ragini Sri

15 aug. 2013

Everyday we can see children working as labour and struggling for their survival. Lets join our hands and lift them up. This song will be a Revolution for the Evolution of our next Generation.

Thanks to Green Apple Studios..

Music by- Fred Allen & Vijay

Singers- Ragini Sri, Shoba, Fred Allen

Original Verse by- Nirmala Jeyam

Lyrics by- Sundar

Guitar – Vasant

Programmed by- Sidhartha Mohan & Solomon

Sound Mixing by- Sabin Sangamithran

Director of photography- Alex, Cut Karthik, Prem

Video editing & Vfx by
WIDE ANIMATION STUDIOUS
Anto Clarance, Vishnu,Ganesh
Dhinesh

Concept develped by- Santhosh Jeyam & Fred

Special Thanks to Santhosh Jeyam

Concept Supported by- Spellbee International.

For feedback contact:
FRED ALLEN,

fredallen87@gmail.com

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51 Special Song for Child Labour Day 2008 (PTV – Karachi Centre)

20 apr. 2016

Singer: Maaz Moeed Special Song for Child Labour Day 2008 (PTV – Karachi Centre)…. (Hum Mazay Say Parhna Chahtay Hain)
 

52 Child labor Mexico

6 mrt. 2013

Compassion believes child labor can be eradicated through education. Compassion is action! 
 
En Compassion creemos que el trabajo infantil puede erradicarse por medio de la educación. ¡Compassion es acción!
 

53 Child slaves – Slavery: A 21st Century Evil

1 nov. 2011

There are at least 8.4 million child slaves in the world today, many of them held as forced labour.
 
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54 Ending child labour in the Philippines

2 mei 2012

CNN’s Kyung Lah reports on child labour in sugar harvesting in the Philippines. Many child labourers are in rural areas where families live in poverty. The Philippine government is trying to fight the problem, by reducing the worst forms of child labour by 75 per cent by 2015. In Northern Mindanao, the ILO, the Sugar Industry Foundation, Busco Sugar Milling and the Coca-Cola Foundation are building schools to remove children from sugar cane fields.
 
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55 Child Labour Intervention in the Sugar Industry of the Philippines

29 nov. 2010

This video examines the issue of child labour in the Filipino sugar industry and what is being done to address it.
 

56 The Shocking Levels of Child Labour in the Philippines

11 sep. 2007

Child Labour (1996): A shocking report on child labour in the Philippines. 
 
Synopsis: Child labour is a huge problem in the Philippines.
Children, often from rural parts of the country, are lured to the city with promises of a good job and a decent salary.
The reality however is far worse than they can imagine.
ABC Australia speaks to victims of the Philippines’ child labour culture, and to experts on how the issue can be improved.
 
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57 No Time for Play (Child Labour in the Philippines)

29 nov. 2010

Some three to five million Filipino children are forced to work because of poverty, landlessness and war. They are everywhere – in cities as well as far-flung villages, laboring in factories, sugarcane plantations, even the depths of mine tunnels. This video examines the plight of Filipino working children and looks at what is being done to help them.
 
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58 Kita; A seeing – The real situation of child labor in the Philippines

20 okt. 2017

‘Kita; A seeing’ is a short film showing the situation of child laborers in Negros Occidental. Filmed in 2013, the video follows the story of three young people who enrol in Alternative Learning System (ALS) an alternative approach to learning so they can continue their education while their family is still dependent on the income from their work. This film was produced by Quidan Kaisahan – a local NGO who implemented the Child Labor Reduction program in conjunction with the EU. As a result of the program, thousands of child laborers or out-of-school youth were able to recommence their education. Learn more about Quidan’s Child Education and Protection work: www.quidankaisahan.org/child-education-and-protection
 

59 Child Labor in the Philippines | DW Reporter

10 okt. 2015

Gold is a highly-prized commodity worldwide. The Philippines are rich in gold deposits, but mining that gold is a dangerous job that is often carried out by children. The wages are pitiful.
 

60 The Philippines’ child miners risking their lives for gold

12 jun. 2015

The shocking reality faced by children and teenagers on the Philippines’ Gold Coast – who face massive risks such as travelling down a flooded mineshaft with only a flimsy plastic tube to breathe from for hours at a time. Read more: http://bit.ly/1QRSZZF

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61 Unearthing toxic conditions for impoverished gold miners

18 feb. 2015

In Indonesia and the Philippines, children can earn a few dollars a day mining artisanal gold under dangerous conditions. Workers are also exposed to poisonous mercury when they process the precious metal. The NewsHour’s P.J. Tobia reports with photographer Larry C. Price on the true price of gold.
 

62 Peru’s dirty gold – TechKnow

24 jul. 2016

The Amazon rainforest is home to 10 percent of the world’s known species, and its ancient trees remove millions of tons of carbondioxide per year from the atmosphere. Its pristine forests, however, are increasingly under threat.
 
The soil underneath some of the rainforests is laced with gold, and each year, thousands of kilometres of the Amazon rainforest are devastated by illegal gold mining. In Peru, where the rainforest covers about 60 percent of the country, illegal mining operations threaten local communities and turn swathes of rainforest into barren waste sites. So what are the consequences of illegal mining for local communities and the ecosystem? What can be done to stop the destruction of the rainforest? And what happens to the dirty gold once it leaves Peru?
 

63 A Toxic Legacy: Gold Mining in Peru

3 mei 2013

Find more Earth Focus content at https://www.linktv.org/earthfocus 
Earth Focus profiles the new film Amazon Gold that depicts the apocalyptic destruction of the rainforest in pursuit of illegally mined gold and the health impacts of mercury pollution, a by-product of gold mining. Amazon Gold reaffirms the importance of the rainforest as a repository of biological diversity and the global implications of its destruction.
 

64 In Peru, Gold Rush Leads to Mercury Contamination Concerns

28 dec. 2011

In remote regions of the Peruvian Amazon, extensive gold-mining operations have stirred major environmental concerns over mercury contamination in fish, fish-eating wildlife and humans. In collaboration with the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, special correspondent Steve Sapienza reports.
 

 

65 🇵🇭 Philippines: Dying For Gold | 101 East

30 mei 2019

In the Philippines, an illegal gold trade is booming.

But not everyone is reaping large profits.

Investors desperate to cash in on a market worth hundreds of millions of dollars a year are enticing poor villagers to risk their lives by diving deep below the surface of muddy mangroves in search of gold.

The nuggets they find may eventually fetch a high price, but miners often receive a pittance and there is little safeguard to protect them.

“We put our lives at risk for this job,” says Jerry, a miner in Paracale, known as Gold Town.

While financiers make huge profits, those at the bottom of the chain suffer health problems like mercury poisoning and tuberculosis.

Jerry has been working in illegal gold mines for the past 20 years, but hasn’t been able to work for the past three months.

“I feel pain and congestion in my chest, on my back and with my breathing. Most of the time, I feel frail and weak. Sometimes, I can barely walk,” he says.

101 East joins him as he visits a doctor, who diagnoses him with pulmonary tuberculosis. The doctor believes Jerry’s job, diving for gold, is to blame.

Even so, Jerry says his gold diving days may not yet be over.

“I need to work to support my children. I just have to accept the hardship and what can possibly happen to me in the mining sites,” he says.

101 East investigates why people are dying for gold.

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66 The Road to 2016: Towards the End of Child Labour

7 mei 2010

While the global movement has achieved much progress in reducing the incidence of child labour, efforts must be stepped up if we are to deliver the commitment of a world free of the worst forms of child labour by 2016. In order to meet that challenge, the Dutch Ministry of Social Affairs and Employment, in close collaboration with the ILO (and in cooperation with UNICEF and the World Bank), is organizing a global conference on child labour to be held in The Hague (The Netherlands) on 10 and 11 May 2010. For more information see http://www.ilo.org/global/About_the_I…
 
This video is available to download in broadcast quality here: http://www.ilo.org/pls/apex/f?p=122:1…
 

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67 Ending Child Labour by 2016: the Continuing Challenge

12 jun. 2012

There has been progress in the effort to eliminate the worst forms of child labour worldwide. As a result of international commitments and the ILO convention to eradicate the worst forms of child labour, tens of millions of children around the world are out of work and in school. But as the world gets closer to the deadline in 2016 for the eradication of child labour around the world, the pace of progress is slowing.
 

68 The debate on child farm labor

22 mei 2011

In agriculture, children as young as 12 are allowed to work unlimited hours outside of school. Byron Pitts reports on the “Migrant Stream” and the families who are part of it whose children work alongside them in the fields for minimum wage.
 

69 Bolivia’s Child Labor: Exploitation or Tradition? | The New York Times

8 jan. 2016

Bolivian legislation allowing children as young as 10 to work has created a rift between those who support it as Andean tradition and others who condemn it as exploitation.
 
Produced by: MATHIAS MEIER
 
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70 Child labour in Mexico | Talk to Al Jazeera (In The Field)

22 aug. 2016

Child labour in Mexico – Talk to Al Jazeera In The Field

“Education for everyone” has been a popular slogan since the Mexican revolution over 100 years ago.

But according to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, eight out of 100 Mexican children who enroll in elementary school, do not show up for classes.

While barely 50 complete middle school, 20 graduate from high school, 13 get a bachelor’s degree, and only two become graduate students.

A study released by UNESCO last year says the children who don’t attend school are mostly working. The report reveals that at least 21 percent of all Mexican youth between the ages of seven and 14 drop out of school – that’s around 651,000 children.

That means Mexico has one of the largest child labor forces in Latin America, second only to Colombia.

Many of Mexico’s youths who don’t attend school work in plantations.

Talk to Al Jazeera travelled to the coastal state of Veracruz to meet some Mexicans who have traded classrooms and pencils for sugar cane fields and machetes.

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71 The Kids Who Pick Our Coffee

3 nov. 2015

A brief film about the children harvesting coffee in Honduras and Guatemala, and what one organization, Paramedics for Children, is doing to help them
 
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72 Child Labour Ruins Childhood

24 sep. 2013

This short animation was produced by mass-communications students from the University of Sindh, Pakistan, to raise awareness of child labour in the country. It is composed of four short stories, each covering a different form of child labour. The film was created for a video competition against child labour initiated and co-funded by the ILO in Pakistan
 

73 Children still mining cobalt for gadget batteries in Congo

5 mrt. 2018

A CBS News investigation finds we could still be carrying electronics that contain the product of child labor. A report by Amnesty International two years ago first uncovered that children were mining the mineral cobalt in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. It ended up in products of dozens of companies including Apple, Microsoft, Tesla and Samsung. Debora Patta reports.
 

74 Fighting child slavery with innovation | Nina Smith | TEDxDhaka

9 feb. 2015

More than a million children are trapped in slavery in the dark side of the handmade products you use everyday. Nobel laureate Kailash Satyarthi’s GoodWeave Intl. found a way to fight back. Nina Smith is fighting that battle as the Exec. Director of GoodWeave for many years. 
 
Nina Smith is the executive director of GoodWeave International, which works to end child labor in the carpet industry in South Asia and replicate its market-driven model in new industries. Since 1999 Nina has developed and lead GoodWeave’s operations, which include market development; product certification, inspection and monitoring of informal supply chains; removal and rehabilitation of child laborers, and a range of worker protection programs. Nina is a winner of the Skoll Award for Social Entrepreneurship and the EXCEL Award for excellence in chief executive leadership. Recently the founder of GoodWeave International, Kailash Satyarthi won the Nobel Peace Prize. 
 
This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
 

75 The high cost of cheap clothing | Trisha Striker | TEDxTownsville

3 nov. 2016

No one wants to support child, forced or sweatshop labour. Yet, how many of us actually know how and where our clothing is made? Let’s use our buying power and our voices to change the direction the fashion and clothing industry is taking the world, and help end exploitation.
 
Trisha was born in and spent the first sixteen years of her life in India. As a little girl, Trisha was always burdened by the stark differences in living standards between the ‘rich’ and ‘poor’ and the ill treatment of the most vulnerable in society. This burden only grew as she became more aware of the world and its many problems until finally, she decided to leave India in search of answers. Armed with the desire to understand the world and the determination to develop the knowledge and skills needed to be a part of the solution, she came to Australia in 2004. Trisha is passionate about culture, education, freedom and equality. She is also passionate about finding smart, inclusive, culturally sensitive and sustainable answers to big issues such as gender inequality, poverty, education and exploitation. It was in pursuit of these goals that she began studying Economics at James Cook University, a decision that continually challenges her and broadens her mind.
 
This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
 

 

76 Change Your Role in Forced and Child Labor | P.J. Tobia | TEDxNashville

16 aug. 2016

Most cell phones contain coltan, a mineral often mined by child slaves in the Congo, while many clothes sold at places like the Gap, and H&M are manufactured by children as young as twelve, working in dangerous sweatshops. Nearly every day you use and consume products made by child or slave labor, but thanks to databases created by the US government and a handful of non-profits, it’s easier than ever to make ethical consumer choices.
 
P.J. Tobia is a Foreign Affairs Producer at PBS NewsHour, covering the Middle East, Africa the intelligence and diplomatic community. He is also the host and producer of NewsHour’s Shortwave podcast, on the intersection of foreign affairs and American life. Prior to joining NewsHour, he lived and worked in Afghanistan covering Afghan politics, life and the U.S.­led war. His work appeared in major American and European print, television and radio outlets.
 
This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
 
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77 Modern-day slavery in supply chains | Dan Viederman | TEDxBerkeley

26 mrt. 2015

What is the price of cheap labor? Dan Viederman explores how inexpensive items can have a huge price.
 
As CEO of Verité, Dan Viederman has worked closely with NGOs, governments, investors, and the biggest multinational brands in the world to improve working conditions and eliminate human rights violations across geographies and business sectors. For the impact that Verité has had on the millions of workers around the world, Viederman was the winner of a 2007 Skoll Foundation Award for Social Entrepreneurship, and was named 2011 Social Entrepreneur of the Year in the United States by the Geneva, Switzerland-based Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship. Dan has managed NGOs in developing countries since 1993 and worked with internationally-recognized institutions such as the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and Catholic Relief Services. He has lived extensively in Asia and speaks Chinese. Dan is a graduate of Yale University, the Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs, and Nanjing Teacher’s University.
 
This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
 

78 Slavery still exists. Here’s how to end it. | Richard Lee | TEDxCapeMay

9 jan. 2018

For Americans, slavery is the stuff of history books, sailing ships and shackles. Richard Lee’s work with International Justice Mission shines a light on the complex socioeconomics of modern day slavery around the world, and offers hope for combatting it. Richard Lee serves as a Director of Church Mobilization for International Justice Mission. This role affords him the opportunity to equip churches and communities by sharing the biblical call to seek justice, introducing them to IJM’s work, and mobilizing them to engage in both local and global ministry.
 
Previously, Richard served as Campus Pastor at Liquid Church at their fastest-growing campus in Mountainside, New Jersey. Prior to that, he served as Lead Pastor at Bethany Well Church. He also started and led 2 networks for pastors, providing accountability and encouragement for local pastors. In addition, Richard has served as a Missions Field Director and Team Leader for missions trips around the globe, including trips to Mexico, China, and Ukraine. He is available to speak at church engagements, anti-human trafficking groups, and a variety of conferences.
 
This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
 

 

79 Hidden in plain sight – slavery in your Community: Dr. Kate Transchel at TEDxChico

4 dec. 2013

Since 1999, Dr. Transchel has been researching modern day human trafficking around the world. Her findings, after interviews with dozens of victims, will surprise and shock even those who consider themselves well-informed. Besides for working as a professor of History at CSU Chico, Dr. Transchel provides trainings for various branches of the military as well as the state department, on domestic and international human trafficking and she also serves as an expert witness on human trafficking from Moldova in Federal Asylum hearings.
 
In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
 

80 Ending Human Trafficking | Kristin Keen | TEDxJacksonville

29 nov. 2018

At its core, human trafficking is the exploitation of people’s emotional and physical vulnerabilities for profit—and it is highly profitable. Globally, human trafficking generates $150 billion a year for traffickers, with two-thirds of this income deriving from commercial sexual exploitation. The issue of human trafficking can be broken down to simple economics, supply and demand. People tend to think of human trafficking as a female issue, but 99.9% of the buyers of these forced and coerced sex acts are men and, surprisingly, many of them use the same words that sex workers use to describe their experience—shame, scared, lonely, trapped—to describe what drives them to buy sex. We must address this demand side of the equation with wisdom and compassion, and acknowledge that a man’s journey to buying sex is just as broken as women’s journey to being sold. In so doing, we can hold men accountable in an empowering way to stop a commercial sex trade industry that is exploiting the most vulnerable people in our city and world. Kristin Keen has spent her career creating opportunities through business for women caught in human trafficking to have access to a new life. While living in Kolkata, India, Kristin witnessed the life-stealing effects of human trafficking on a daily basis. In 2005, she helped co-found Sari Bari, a thriving business that now employs more than 120 Kolkota residents who create handmade blankets and other products from traditional fabrics.
 
Upon her return to Jacksonville, Kristin felt called to fight human trafficking on a local level. Rethreaded was created from the recognition that, for the victims of human trafficking, the biggest need was for a safe, supportive work environment where they could earn money while learning a skill and experiencing continued healing through community. Since its inception in 2012, Rethreaded has employed more than 35 women and provided more than 55,000 hours of work for survivors of human trafficking in Jacksonville. In 2015, Kristin was honored as a “40 Under 40” award winner by the Jacksonville Business Journal and was chosen as one of Girls Inc.’s “Women of Vision.” In 2016, she was recognized by the Florida Retailer Federation as Outstanding Retail Leader of the Year. Kristin was a member of the Leadership Jacksonville Class of 2016. When she’s not at Rethreaded, Kristin is usually biking, doing yoga, or swimming in the ocean at sunrise. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
 

81 Protecting children is everybody’s business | Bob Lonne | TEDxQUT

15 okt. 2015

We’ve heard the saying ‘it takes a village to raise a child’ but does it also take a village to protect a child? Bob Lonne talks us through the current state of child protection and how building up community around children and families, by making it everyone’s business, could lead to better outcomes in the future.
 
Bob Lonne (PhD) has extensive experience as a social worker in various child protection and youth justice roles in Queensland and West Australia. Professor Lonne has researched, written and consulted widely about the systemic issues confronting contemporary approaches to protecting children. His work combines academic rigour with a hands-on understanding of the practice realities in this complex area. He co-authored Reforming Child Protection and his research has examined media portrayals, informal care systems, kinship care, differential response, mandatory reporting, workforce issues and ethical practice in child welfare interventions. He has provided high level advice to governments in Australia, Canada and Ireland on how to refocus child welfare systems to achieve better outcomes for children, families and communities.
 
This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
 

82 A “normal” life. When child abuse is normal | Luke Fox | TEDxCalPoly

17 jan. 2017

What happens when abuse is all that a child knows? What happens when the system meant to protect children fails?
 
See the world through the eyes of a child who knew nothing else. Feel the hope of truth when it is revealed. Learn how you can save a child’s life—a child with the potential to change the world.
 
Luke Fox learned what it means to survive. Through the love and kindness of once strangers, he has learned to thrive. He has found success as an advocate for youth rights and CEO of WhiteFox Defense Technologies, Inc. Luke Fox quickly learned the need for advocacy, which has been a passion for him his entire life. From starting the first human trafficking task-force in his county to writing and passing legislation to enhance foster youth rights, he has dedicated his life to developing and implementing improvements across systems.
 
This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
 

83 Children Must Live With Families | John VanDenBerg | TEDxPaonia

13 apr. 2016

In this TED Talk, Child Psychologist Dr. John VanDenBerg shares the powerful, shocking story of one child who changed him forever and inspired his life’s work as an Innovator of services for children with complex needs. The story of this child who endured severe incidents of violence, sexual abuse, psychiatric detention, and failed foster care and group home placements, has inspired John and thousands of people across the world to help families and communities make commitments to keep children safe and protected.
 
Video produced by Jay Canode & David Jacobson
Intro animation by Adam Smith
Intro music “So Good To Be True” by Host Bodies https://soundcloud.com/hostbodies
 
Dr. John VanDenBerg is internationally recognized as a leading authority on innovative services for children with complex needs and their families. He is the Board Chair person for Citizens for a Healthy Community, is a consultant to Families Plus, a children agency in Delta, and is the national mentor for a major anti-poverty program, The Open Table. As a caution, Dr. VanDenBerg’s talk will reference child sexual abuse.
 
This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
 

84 Emancipation from Mental Slavery | Dr. Cheryl Tawede Grills | TEDxCulverCity

27 jul. 2015

Dedicated to the liberation of the African mind, psychologist, Dr. Cheryl Tawede Grills, speaks on the crippling image of African and African-American people worldwide and offers solution through Emotion Emancipation.
 
Dr. Cheryl Tawede Grills is a clinical psychologist with emphasis in Community Psychology. She is Professor of Psychology at Loyola Marymount University, Immediate Past President of The Association of Black Psychologists, and founder and director of Imoyase Community Support Services. Dr. Grills served as the Co-Executive Director of the LA County Blue Ribbon Commission on Child Protection. She continues to serve as a Los Angeles County Commissioner on the Sybil Brand Commission for Institutional Inspections which focuses on conditions within county jails, probation, correctional facilities and group homes for children. She is principal investigator on several social justice projects related to education reform, mentoring African American youth. Dr. Grills consults nationally on issues regarding cultural competence, multiculturalism and Africentric interventions. She has also studied under traditional medical practitioners in Ghana, Nigeria, and Senegal.
 
This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
 

85 Slavery in the Coffee Industry

31 mei 2011

There is an astonishing amount of Slavery in the coffee industry. Video by Sam Polk and Zoe Sarason Song: Gimme Shelter by the Rolling Stones
 

86 Education Counts : Award-winning short film based on Child Labour

14 mrt. 2013

* Winner – 2nd prize (Commissioned Category) at ANIFEST2013
* Official Selection: 6th Lahore Int’l Children’s Film Festival, 2014.
* Official Selection: 18th International Children’s Film Festival India (ICFFI) 2013

 

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87 Child Labor Philippines

25 apr. 2011

This is a video presentation our group made for our project in economics. Our task was to present the prevailing effects and problems of our hand picked topic and provide a plausible solution.
 

88 Your Cell Phone Might Be Powered By Child Labor

21 jan. 2016

 
Fifty percent of the world’s cobalt comes from the Democratic Republic of the Congo, where children as young as seven mine the rare metal, which is used in lithium-ion batteries. Amnesty International wants tech companies to be more vigilant.
 

89 Hidden slaves: children like Tania (9) from Bangladesh

11 jun. 2013

Video by Daimon Xanthopoulos on ‘hidden slaves’: children like 9-year old Tania from Bangladesh working as domestic labourers. Voice-over by Mahmudul Kabir, country coordinator Bangladesh of Terre des Hommes Netherlands.
 
Child domestic labourers work far away from their parents and are often victim of violence, abuse and neglect. Terre des Hommes provides direct assistance to children, raises awareness among parents and employers and advocates for laws to protect children from exploitation like child domestic labour.
 

90 The Hidden Lives Of ‘Housegirls’ – Full documentary – BBC Africa Eye

20 mei 2019

In Uganda, young women are leaving their homes to try and find jobs as domestic workers, but for some their new lives can lead to mistreatment and abuse. 
 
A charity in Kenya is calling for the introduction of laws to protect domestic workers, who are commonly referred to as ‘housegirls’, to ensure their safety. 
 
For BBC Africa Eye, reporter Nancy Kacungira has been investigating why young women living near Uganda’s border are leaving their villages to find work in Kenya.
 
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91 Colombie : les enfants taupes

8 apr. 2018

Ils ont à peine dix ans et travaillent dans les mines de charbon en Colombie à quatre cents mètres de fond. Seuls de petits gabarits peuvent passer dans les trous de la mine. –
 
 

92 Le travail infantile en Bolivie

28 dec. 2014

Cette vidéo à été réalisé l’été 2014 dans le cadre d’un voyage financé par l’association Zellidja. Si toi aussi, tu as des projets de voyages sur le thème de ton choix, un seul site : www.zellidja.com
 

 

93 Le travail des enfants en photos

20 okt. 2014

Marcel Crozet, photographe à l’OIT, a réalisé récemment une expo-photo consacrée au travail des enfants. Cette exposition avait lieu dans le cadre des Rencontres internationales de Genève consacrées cette année au monde du travail. La télévision genevoise Léman Bleu a rencontré Marcel Crozet à l’occasion d’un reportage.
 

94 Philippines : Dangereux travail d’enfants dans des mines

30 sep. 2015

Enquête sur le dangereux travail effectué par des enfants dans des mines d’or artisanales aux Philippines. HRW a publié à ce sujet un rapport, et appelle le gouvernement d’une part à interdire l’emploi des enfants dans ces mines, et d’autre part à ratifier la Convention de Minamata qui proscrit l’utilisation de mercure – substance hautement toxique – dans ce type de travail. http://www.hrw.org/fr/news/2015/09/29…
 
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Shocking conditions
 

95 Envoyé spécial – Sur les Traces des Enfants Esclaves (Envoyé Spécial – 24Nov2005)

24 nov. 2013

ADPT est une association qui aide les enfants de Dakar.

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96 Envoyé spécial. Enfants syriens : génération sacrifiée – 3 novembre 2016 (France 2)

27 apr. 2017

Ils ont fui la guerre pour se réfugier avec leur famille en Turquie… Mais ces enfants syriens se retrouvent exploités dans des ateliers de confection. Un reportage de Wandrille Lanos. Le site de l’émission : http://www.francetvinfo.fr/replay-mag…
 

95 Envoyé spécial. Yemen : les enfants et la guerre – 8 février 2018 (France 2)

9 feb. 2018

C’est un document exceptionnel, tourné dans un pays où aucune caméra ne peut plus pénétrer. Ahmed a 11 ans, Rima 8 ans, et Youssef 9 ans. Depuis trois ans, ils vivent au Yémen, sous les bombardements quotidiens de l’aviation saoudienne.

La réalisatrice yéménite Khadija Al-Salami a confié sa caméra à Ahmed, Rima et Youssef. Cette guerre oubliée, ce sont eux qui vont la raconter. Ils partent à la rencontre de leurs copains d’école, recueillent les témoignages des enfants blessés à l’hôpital et de ceux qui ont perdu leurs parents dans les bombardements.

Avec leur candeur d’enfant, ils interrogent aussi des adultes — une peintre, un chanteur de rap, une mannequin devenue “Miss Guerre” sur les réseaux sociaux… — et leur demandent d’envoyer un message à ceux qu’ils pensent seuls capables de stopper la guerre : les pays de l’Union européenne.

Construit comme un conte, sans images de violence, ce reportage bouleversant montre la cruelle réalité de la guerre à travers le regard des enfants, et l’incroyable espoir qu’ils placent en l’Europe pour mettre fin au conflit.

Un reportage de Khadija Al-Salami, diffusé dans “Envoyé spécial” le 8 février 2018.

Le site de l’émission : http://www.francetvinfo.fr/replay-mag…

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97 Les enfants de la misère [Turbulences-Prod]

22 jun. 2017

Sauvez des enfants de la rue en devenant Bani Ambassadeur. Pour faire un don : www.banistreet.com A partager au maximum svp !
 

98 Voici la vie de Bushara…

7 jul. 2015

Bushara n’est pas une actrice, elle ne suit aucun script. Nous l’avons filmée dans sa vie de tous les jours. Dépourvue de ses parents, elle est la mère, le père et la tutrice de son petit frère. Chaque jour, elle marche des kilomètres pour ramasser des morceaux de plastique qu’elle revend, juste pour pouvoir donner quelque chose à manger à son petit frère. Des histoires comme la sienne semblent presque irréelles. Et pourtant… Des milliers d’autres enfants ont une vie similaire. Aidez nous à sauver la vie de ces orphelins comme Bushara, offrez leur un avenir, faites un don sur https://humanappeal.fr/donner/#/orphe…

 

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99 Il doit faire travailler ses enfants dans une carrière de pierre | UNICEF France

12 jun. 2013

UNICEF France
37,5K abonnees
A Madagascar, dans la carrière de Belobaka, plus de 180 enfants sont soumis à ce qui est reconnu comme l’une des “pires formes de travail” : casser des pierres à longueur de journées. Un papa nous explique qu’il n’a pas d’autre alternative pour faire vivre sa famille et qu’il préfèrerait envoyer ses enfants à l’école. Une spécialiste de l’UNICEF nous détaille le problème et les solutions apportées par l’UNICEF.
Pour soutenir nos actions : http://www.unicef.fr/contenu/info-hum…

Abonnez-vous à notre chaîne pour plus de vidéos : http://bit.ly/AbonnementUNICEF

➽ Qui sommes-nous ?
Depuis plus de 70 ans ans, UNICEF est le principal défenseur de la cause des enfants. En menant des actions dans 190 pays et territoires à travers le monde, nous aidons les jeunes à survivre, à s’épanouir, de leur plus jeune âge jusqu’à la fin de l’adolescence. De la santé à l’éducation en passant par l’inclusion sociale et l’accès à l’eau, nous nous battons au quotidien pour répondre aux besoins essentiels des enfants.

➽ Retrouvez sur notre chaîne des témoignages et des histoires poignantes sur la dure réalité à laquelle sont confrontés certains enfants. Vous y trouverez aussi des réponses à vos questions sur le développement et l’éducation de vos enfants.

➽ Soutenez nos actions : https://www.unicef.fr/don-unicef

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100 Elle vivait dans une décharge avant de trouver le refuge d’UNICEF | UNICEF France

3 jun. 2013

Saïma, 7 ans, vit dans l’un des pires bidonvilles de Dacca, au Bangladesh. Pour survivre elle devait parcourir les décharges pour ramasser des chiffons, jusqu’à ce qu’elle entende parler d’un endroit accueillant les enfants en danger, soutenu par l’UNICEF…
Soutenez des enfants comme Saïma en faisant un don chaque mois ! https://www.unicef.fr/dossier/don-men…

Abonnez-vous à notre chaîne pour plus de vidéos : http://bit.ly/AbonnementUNICEF

➽ Qui sommes-nous ?
Depuis plus de 70 ans ans, UNICEF est le principal défenseur de la cause des enfants. En menant des actions dans 190 pays et territoires à travers le monde, nous aidons les jeunes à survivre, à s’épanouir, de leur plus jeune âge jusqu’à la fin de l’adolescence. De la santé à l’éducation en passant par l’inclusion sociale et l’accès à l’eau, nous nous battons au quotidien pour répondre aux besoins essentiels des enfants.

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101 Inde : des enfants exploités dans les mines de mica

3 mrt. 2016

L’Inde est un producteur important de mica, un minerai brillant qui entre dans la composition de nombreux produits de grande consommation, notamment les cosmétiques. Mais de nombreux enfants travaillent dans des mines à ciel ouvert pour extraire ce minerai, malgré une loi qui interdit de telles pratiques. Reportage. Emission préparée par Patrick Lovett et Elise Duffau
 

102 – 168 millions d’enfants au travail dans le monde

12 jun. 2015

La plupart ont entre 5 et 14 ans et ne touchent que des salaires de misère pour des emplois souvent dangereux. 
Il y a encore 15 ans, ils étaient encore plus nombreux, un tiers de plus qu’en 2015, mais l’Organisation Mondiale du Travail estime, dans son dernier rapport, qu’encore aujourd’hui, 5 millions d’enfants sont maintenus en esclavage. 
 
L’OIT révèle que sur les 168 millions d’enfants au travail dans le monde, 78 millions vivent dans les territoires d’Asie et du Pacifique, soit près de 10 % … LIRE L’ARTICLE: http://fr.euronews.com/2015/06/12/168…
 

103 Inde: des enfants dans les mines pour des produits de beauté

15 okt. 2015

 
Dans l’est de l’Inde, des enfants risquent leur vie chaque jour dans des mines illégales de mica pour extraire ce minérai étincelant, employé par de grandes marques internationales dans la fabrication de cosmétiques et composants électroniques. Durée: 02:02
 

104 Les Petits Débrouillards du Maroc

2 okt. 2018

Abdessamad Tourab (S’Dam) a quitté l’école à l’age de 9 ans. Aujourd’hui, à 13 ans, il s’est fait sa place sur le port de Casablanca. Il ramasse les poissons dans les filets des pêcheurs et il les revend à la criée. Soumis aux dangers du port et des rafles de la police, il a trouvé de petits collègues avec qui il dort la nuit, ce qui lui permet également de se protéger du froid. L’argent gagné, il le ramène à ses parents, qui n’habitent pas loin, dans la “vieille Médina”.
 

105 Le travail des Enfants

29 nov. 2016
 
 

106 Kids Of The Corn Farm (HBO)

31 aug. 2017

Each summer Nemire’s Detasseling in Michigan hires hundreds of thirteen to sixteen year olds to work in their corn fields doing what is known as detasseling. It’s a process where one goes row by row to remove the tops of corn in order to control pollination.
 
VICE News follows 13-year old detasseler Abigail on the job.
 
In our new ongoing series American Jobs, VICE News Tonight profiles Americans working in jobs today that reflect the landscape of our current economy.
 

107  “I wanted to die”: The ‘hell’ of kafala jobs in the Middle East – BBC Africa Eye

24 okt. 2018

Many African and Asian countries have banned the recruitment of domestic workers for countries in the Middle East who subscribe to the “kafala” system.
 
Under the system, foreign maids are legally bound to their employer and have limited rights.
 
Employers can take advantage of their position and many women are overworked, underpaid and physically abused. 
 
Testimonies from women who escaped and private recordings show a world of powerlessness and abuse, hidden behind closed doors. 
 
This week’s Africa Eye, “Maid in Hell” is part of the “Why Slavery?” series from THE WHY.
 

108 A Life of Labour: Pharady’s Story | World Vision

12 aug. 2010

Every day, after doing her morning chores, Pharady heads to work for a 12 hour shift at the brick factory, to help support her family. The catch? She’s 11 years old.
 
PAINFUL TO WATCH AND LISTEN TO
 

109 UNICEF: Conflict in Syria forces children into child labour

12 aug. 2020

Nearly five million children have been born in Syria since the civil war began, nine years ago. The conflict has had a devastating effect on their lives, with many forced to drop out of school to support their families. 
 
Aid agencies warn Syria’s deepening economic and currency crisis will push even more kids into child labour. 
 
Al Jazeera’s Priyanka Gupta reports
 

 

110 India’s Child Miners: Growing Up, Underground

18 jun. 2013

In the mountains of northeast India, children as young as 9 years old mine for coal.
 
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111 🇮🇳 India: The Lost Boys | 101 East

21 feb. 2014

India: The Lost Boys

Karma,16, has worked as a miner for over a year in India’s northeastern state of Meghalaya, crawling deep inside a ‘rat-hole’ tunnel to dig coal for seven hours a day.

“Inside it is very unstable. The smell is awful,” he said sitting on a pile of coal. “It is so dirty, and it is difficult to move. You breathe in the coal and the dust. People get sick like this. There is no water to drink and it is so muddy. It is not nice at all.”

Child rights activists have reported that there are thousands of children like Karma working in Meghalaya’s coal pits, because only those who are small in size are able fit in the claustrophobic tunnels. Many of them, like Karma, are believed to be from neighbouring Indian states, or from nearby Nepal and Bangladesh.

Hasina Kharbhih has been fighting the exploitation of these children for several years through her NGO Impulse. She said agents working for mine owners help traffic children to the coal-rich Jaintia Hills district of Meghalaya.

They promise impoverished parents high salaries in return for their children’s work, but fail to mention the dangerous conditions they will be living in. The mines often flood without warning or cave in, trapping and killing workers. There is rarely any compensation for the victims.

“If we die, we die,” said Ram Kumar Rai, 40, a Nepalese miner in Jaintia Hills.

“They just bury us here. If we live, we suffer and we can’t earn. We rot here and die. People who have money, friends or family here, their body will be sent back to Nepal. And those who don’t have anyone, they will just throw their bodies here or there.”

Rai was recently trapped in a tunnel after a massive rock fell on him. He had severe pain in his back and chest but received no compensation or money for medical treatment from the mine owner.

“When someone dies, they hide the body so no one will know. That way the owner does not pay compensation to the family. He doesn’t pay a single cent,” he said.

There are several national laws in India that set labour and safety standards for mines, and ban children aged under 18 from working there. But the industry in Meghalaya is openly flouting these regulations because the state government has failed to implement these laws and punish offenders.

Karma has been labouring here since he was 14. His family of seven moved to Jaintia Hills a few years ago from Assam, desperately searching for work. His father had just died of tuberculosis after spending a lifetime in Meghalaya’s mines.

“I would like to have the chance to study but then my brother would be the only one working and we cannot afford it. And if I try to do another job, the salary would be less. So do we eat or do I go to school?” Karma said.

Karma works most days, using a pick-axe to remove coal from the walls of the tunnels. “When I first went in the rat-hole, I was so scared,” he said. “I thought the roof would fall on me. My knees were all scratched, but after two weeks I got used to it.”

“There are boys who are nine to 10 years of age who are doing this work. Younger than that they cannot do it.”

Despite several reports by the media and child advocates, Ampareen Lyngdoh, Meghalaya’s labour minister, said she had yet to see hard evidence of young labourers.

“The mining owners were telling me that a child actually cannot pull out the coal from the mine,” she said from her office in the state’s capital, Shillong.

“You need to verify the ages of these so-called children. We are a community which is very small built. If you looked at my face you would not know how old I am. I can challenge you on that. So I might look sweet 16 but my age is something else.

“Every time we rescue these so-called children, they come to a medical officer and they manage to get a certificate which says they are above such and such age.”

Despite her reservations, Lyngdoh said the government is drafting the state’s first ever mining policy so they can register all mine owners and set standards for what they can and cannot do. Child labour is banned under these guidelines but ‘rat-hole’ mining is not, which is why children are employed in the first place.

Child rights activist Hasina Kharbhih is sceptical about the state government’s sincerity in tackling child labour.

“The political will has not been there because half of the mines are also owned by a lot of political leaders. So definitely there is a vested interest of the political leaders to actually ensure that you slow down the whole process of whatever complaint is coming,” she said.

“These people have no rights at all. A democratic country like India will not be developing and prospering through violation of rights. It is inhumane.”

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112 The children who work in India’s rat-hole coal mines

Deep in the hills of northeast India, thousands of children are employed to burrow into narrow “rat-holes” inside the earth and cut coal, victims of a lucrative and unregulated mining industry. Duration: 02:32
 
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113 India’s Children Coal Miners

16 apr. 2014

Children as young as ten are being used to mine for coal in cramped and dangerous conditions in India, but there is hope that some of them will find a better future.
 
Dateline reporters scour the globe to bring you a world of daring stories. Our reputation is for fearless and provocative reporting. Australia’s beloved, award winning and longest running international current affairs program.
 
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UNBELIEVEBLE THAT IT CAN HAPPEN
 

114 Special Report – Curse of the Black Gold

8 feb. 2016

Meghalaya is undergoing an economic crisis due the National Green Tribunal’s (NGT) order banning coal mining. Coal mining is a major contributor to the GDP but post the ban, lacs of people associated with coal mining are rendered jobless, even making ends meet difficult. 

State govt says that the ball is in centre’s court as it’s the centre which has to allow traditional mining which the tribals have been practicing since the beginning because of the traditional land holding patterns in Meghalaya. Many coal miners and labourers have migrated in search for jobs but the ones who have not been able to go are in a pitiable condition.
 
Anchor: Neelu Vyas
 
Location: Meghalaya, Shillong, Jaintia Hills
 

115 Rat-hole coal mining in Jaintia Hills, Meghalaya

26 jan. 2013

The rat-hole mines of Meghalaya is a barbaric practice which has taken the lives of both the young and the old and in the process polluted rivers, streams and water source of countless villages and towns through acid mine drainage. All the mines are operated illegally without any authorization and environmental clearance.
 

116 Indian coal mining in meghalaya | fully manual processing mining

10 feb. 2018

 

117 Young miners of Meghalaya

16 apr. 2010

 

118 Colombia : the mole children (full documentary)

19 feb. 2018

200 metres underground, in unhealthy shafts, they dig… they are 9 or 10 years old and they work in the mines of Boyaca, the biggest coal deposit in Colombia. It was in 1993 that a report documented the lives of Jairo, Oscar, Jaime… the mole children. 17 years later, Edouard Bergeon found them and showed them the images they had never seen. “I’m here underground like a mole. Imagine what I’m going to end up like. I started working when I was 10. I’m 32 and I’m still down the mine. I do it for my kids, to give them food and allow them to study.” His children, his wife, his mother discover for the first time the images of Oscar aged 10 pushing his coal barrow. Jaider also has a family, which he only sees at weekends. During the week he digs coal a six-hour drive from his home. Things haven’t changed much since his childhood. At 13, Jaider was already denouncing his working conditions, “I risk my life every day and I’m scared. I know people who never came out.” The image that stays in the memory is of Jairo’s face as he comes out of the mine, panting, with a sack of coal on his back. Today Jairo has been spared the silicosis that is killing his father. He left the mine to join the army. “If I weren’t in the army, I’d still be down the mine. And tomorrow I’d be in the same condition as my father.” Jaider wanted to show his colleagues the documentary filmed 17 years ago, in which he was one of the principal characters. “Seeing such a small child with a sack of coal on his back. Out of breath… It’s very hard. When I started I was 9… before Jaider. Now you can’t make children work. The slavery of that time is over.” And yet… when Oscar takes reporters 170 metres underground… deep in the bowels of the earth, five mole children of today, five little black faces like his, stare at Jaider, the mole child of 1993. –
 
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119 Child Coal Laborer in East Jaintia Hills District Meghalaya

16 jun. 2013

Families of different background come to East Jaintia Hills District of Meghalaya looking for work in the rat-hole coal mines run illegally by the indigenous people and without government sanction. With pick-axe in hand and a torch tied to their temples the children crawl and squeeze as they bore deeper into the coal seams. Accidents and death are daily news backed by a callous government who is constantly in denial of the existence of these children in the mines.
 

120 Rat hole mining- News Night

25 feb. 2013

D D News Correspondent digs deep, to bring out the truth of on going Rat hole mining in Meghalaya.
 

121 The rat-hole coal mines of Meghalaya

18 jan. 2009

Meghalaya, a state better known for its abundant forest wealth and natural beauty, is unfortunately also home to a highly hazardous, unregulated and unscientific form of coal mining called ‘rat hole mining’. The mines have mushroomed like an unorganised cottage industry. Most land in Meghalaya is privately owned by tribals, who also exploit the coal reserve found in the area.
 

122 Children Coffee Labor in Sumatra: Children’s Sweat in Your Cups of Coffee

28 jun. 2011

Coffee farmers-parents in Sumatra involve their kids, particularly little girls in coffee cherries harvesting, depulping, laborous sun-drying .. Video is taken in Lumban Rao village, Habinsaran subdistrict, Toba Samosir district, North Sumatra, Indonesia, June 2011
 

 

123 In Cameroon, child gold miners sacrifice education for survival

7 dec. 2020

According to the International #Labour Organization, at least one million #children aged five to 17 work in gold #mines around the world. In eastern #Cameroon, thousands of children spend their days at makeshift mines. They risk their health for small amounts of gold they then sell for a pittance at the local black market. Most of these children have never been to school, sacrificing their education for the survival of their families. It’s a bleak reality that a handful of #NGO workers are trying to change. Our correspondents report.
 

124 Where Children Must Work – Tropic Of Cancer – Episode 5 Preview – BBC Two

15 apr. 2010

More about this episode:
http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00s5wzp

Simon Reeve meets 10-year-old Jahangir, who works in a sweltering glass factory in Dhaka, Bangladesh, for less than 50p a day. There are more than three million child labourers in Bangladesh, and because more than 80 per cent of Bangladeshis live on around £1 a day, families would go hungry without the money children earn.
Charities and NGOs in Bangladesh now realise they cannot always prevent children from working. But Simon visits one of thousands of centres opened by UNICEF for child labourers to attend before and after their work shifts, so they can secure an education, friendship and a future.
Simon’s epic trip around the Tropic of Cancer takes him through 18 countries on the northern edge of Earths tropical zone. Starting in Mexico he travels east through the glorious Caribbean, to a stunning desert oasis in North Africa, across India and Asia, and on a dangerous, covert incursion into the remote hills of western Burma.

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125 The White Lie – A Child Labour Documentary

25 mrt. 2017

A documentary that highlights the new amendment made to the Child Labour Prohibition and Regulation Act of 1986 and explores the terrible condition of children working in the BT Cotton fields of Gujarat.
 

126 A Documentary on Child Labour.

19 dec. 2017

A Documentary on Child Labour of INDIA.
 
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127 The Fight Against Child Labour

23 sep. 2018

According to the International Labour Organization (ILO), there are nearly 152 million child labourers worldwide in 2018. Although the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) and other humanitarian actors provide aid in areas where displaced and local children are forced to work, many children still face the burden of having to earn wages to support their families. To remedy the situation in the case of Madagascar, ILO set up a programme that helps child workers change their status and gain access to training. (Video courtesy of UNHCR and ILO)
 
UN in Action No. 1588
 

128 Documentary on Child Labour

28 okt. 2016

Born by Labour not for Labour
 

129 Graffiti On Police Cruiser Prank

8 mei 2011

Pedestrians are framed into looking like they just tagged a police cruiser. How ghetto!
 
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