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  1. Child rights In Iran and Yemen By Michael Such

  2. Travel to work or school • School is a day off for most kids • After school the rest of the kids go to work • The go to work on streets and metal shops • They make $4.60 A Day In a Child’s Life in Yemen

  3. A Day In A Child’s Life In Iran • Lots of children in Iran work • They work in very dangerous lungs • Work all day • Make around $4.00 • Have to work for poor drug addict parents

  4. Poverty is the main reason • Religion • Parents doing drugs • Bad jobs Why Child Rights Has Changed

  5. How Child Rights Has Changed • More families have gone under the poverty line • Religion has an important part in this • Children have to work because parents are wasting on drugs • There aren’t good jobs to make money

  6. Yemen Religion • Muslim is the main religion • Center parts are Jewish • Men force religion on kids • People are constantly trying trying to good for god

  7. Almost all Muslim • Strong beliefs for their religion • Men pray a lot • Men force religion on kids Iran Religion

  8. Convert everyone to Muslim • Do good deeds for god • Everyone should constantly be praying • To them violence can be a good deed Muslims beliefs

  9. Believe in God • Strongly follow the torah • Also considered a race • Process of becoming a man to them is celebrating a mitzvah Judaism beliefs

  10. Impact of Religion On Child Rights • The dads force religion on kids • Kids constantly praying • Affects kids jobs • People trying to make religious education a right

  11. Hard to pray when working all day seven days a week • Most kids can’t go to religious school • Don’t have time to pray in town • Can’t do certain things because of religion Religion Affecting Jobs

  12. unicef trying to help • Making more schools to help kids • Getting rid of illegal labor • Helping religion to become a right • Helping families

  13. There is child labor in both countries • Both have Muslim religion in their countries • Both kids make around four dollars a day • Both countries experiencing poverty • Both countries parents of families have problems Similarities Between Iran and Yemen

  14. DifferencesBetween Iran and Yemen • In Yemen the center parts of country are Jewish • For child labor you make a little more money • In Iran men get together in big sessions to pray • In Yemen more kids go to school

  15. References • Child Workers in Yemen given Back Their Childhood - CNN." Featured Articles from CNN. 31 Jan. 2011. Web. 17 Mar. 2011. <http://articles.cnn.com/2011-01-31/world/yemen.child.labor_1_child-labor-child-workers-qat?_s=PM:WORLD>. • "IRIN Asia | IRAN-IRAN: Focus on Child Labor | Iran | Children | Economy | Health & Nutrition." IRIN • Humanitarian News and Analysis from Africa, Asia and the Middle East - Updated Daily. Web. 17 Mar. 2011. <http://www.irinnews.org/report.aspx?reportid=40428>. • "IRIN Middle East | YEMEN: What to Do about Child Labor? | Yemen | Children | Economy | Human Rights." IRIN • Humanitarian News and Analysis from Africa, Asia and the Middle East - Updated Daily. Web. 17 Mar. 2011. <http://www.irinnews.org/Report.aspx?ReportID=89460>.

  16. References • "Religion and Expressive Culture - Yemenis." Countries and Their Cultures. Web. 17 Mar. 2011. <http://www.everyculture.com/Africa-Middle-East/Yemenis-Religion-and-Expressive-Culture.html>. • Unicef. Unicef. Web. http://www.unicef.org/iran/media_6303.html.