Human trafficking and slavery

  1. Every day Rattanak picks through rubbish to find scraps to sell.
  2. Nights are dangerous for street children in Phnom Penh.
  3. Chey works with her parents in a brick factory in Phnom Penh.
  4. Sokchan dropped out of school to work in a brick factory.
  5. In India, some children work long hours sewing beads onto saris.
  6. In Niger, World Vision helps boys working in the gold mines.

All over the world people are trapped in human trafficking and slavery - a violation of their human rights. Unaccompanied children, migrants and the economically disadvantaged are most at risk. World Vision is working to end human trafficking and slavery.

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christopher ashworth
Aug 22, 2014

"Why is there child labour for ?"

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Aram
Aug 15, 2014

"How come this is never publicised....I thought child labour was ended years ago... until I started an essay on it in English."

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Claire Phillips
Aug 03, 2014

"Such a sad issue, so awful to think that right now while I'm in my warm, cozy bed that some child is forced into working."

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Ranganath Bhashyakar
Jul 25, 2014

"Sharmila is doing a fantastic job. Wish more and more people could evince ineterest and set up similar CPUs all over India. Hats off - Sharmila."

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