Chile: Children who work in the mountains
Subtitle
Series on Child Labour and Exploitation in Latin America and the Caribbean
Subject
Child Labour and Exploitation
Description
With this publication, World Vision wants to make a contribution in tackling child labor by making proposals and inviting the reader to know closely the life, family, feelings, experiences and context of the children who work in 13 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean. We will have close relationships with such children through a country context analysis, interviews, adult testimonies and portraits of the daily lives of working children and their families. “In Exchange for My Childhood” opens doors to the private lives of working children, urging us to commit – as organization and personally – to the transformation of our society, so that life in all its fullness may finally be a reality for every child in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Abstract
“You have to work. You can’t say no. It’s not work, it’s our culture.”
Content
Preamble
Interview
Portrait
Context
Conclusions
Viewpoints
Definitions and Basic Concepts
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Posted : 2012-09-01 23:38:06 GMT
Author/Authors : World Vision
Publishers : World Vision
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Publication Date : 2007
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