child labor

"These children need this. They don't have anywhere else to go.” Only 55% of child farmworkers graduate from high school because many have no choice but to work in the fields. The East Coast Migrant Head Start Project is trying to change that.
The toothless babble of HB-2 "protects" no one other than perhaps employers whose employees have more restricted rights as a result. Let's repeal this political mess that backfired on McCrory and will backfire on Berger and Moore as well if we don't move on.
When I first met Kailash Satyarthi a quarter of a century ago, his direct actions to rescue child laborers were just starting
I look forward to your comments or questions and to your 10CentsPerCup. We must have the courage to tell the truth to our
In addition to those expensive gifts, food products such as coffee, hazelnuts, and sugar cane are items that end up in classic
“The difference between what we do and what we are capable of doing would suffice to solve most of the world’s problems” is
As Donald Trump aims to expand on his "Make America Great Again" platform, those close to the presumptive Republican nominee say that Trump will call for the return of child labor in the United States in his speech at the Republican National Convention next week.
Countless women have had their accounts shut down, or downright cancelled because they posted "pornographic" or "obscene" material. What, exactly, did these women post? Images of labor
Made by Children. Instead of Made in China or Made in India, what if this was the label inside the neatly stacked sweaters on a department store shelf?
Two certified "sustainable" Indonesian plantations, both linked to PepsiCo, allegedly exploited workers and turned a blind eye to child labor.
Children have built Indian villages, cowboy forts, mountains and valleys in bed sheets. Discovered caves and buried treasure
11. Child labor occurs not only in agriculture, manufacturing and textile production, but also in dangerous and even life
“I promised myself that whatever I could do to help other children not to suffer, I would do.”
Figures show "we are on the right track, but we are not still on the fast track."
Burma is modernizing at a ceaseless pace. An enigma to foreigners for most of the latter half of the 20th century, Burma's rapidly expanding economy is quickly opening its doors to multinational investors.
Making progressive change isn't easy. It requires activism, sound political strategy, and endurance. But we also need something less tangible: faith that the future can be better than the present.