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Welcome to: Adult High School, Ottawa Humberview Secondary School, Bolton University of Toronto Schools, Toronto Voices for Children members. Help Wanted: Working to end the worst forms of child labour and child slavery . Worst forms of Child Labour OR Child Work. Defining each term

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Welcome to:Adult High School, OttawaHumberview Secondary School, BoltonUniversity of Toronto Schools, Toronto Voices for Children members

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Worst forms of Child Labour OR Child Work

  • Defining each term
  • Quiz: In the “Chat Box” type your (school) name and your answer.
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Example 1

A 13 year old girl works for 9 hours in a brick making factory but is still able to go to school one day a week. She lifts heavy loads but is building her muscles and learning how to work.

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Example 2

A 12 year old boy works on his parents farm for 2 hours each evening after attending school during the day. He picks weeds, waters the fields, and feeds the goats

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Example 3

A 10 year old girl goes to school for only 4 hours per day, then spends the rest of the day working with her father cutting tobacco leaves for the person who controls all the land near their village

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Example 4

A 14 year old boy begins working on a boat where he is paid a little money but must work long hours. He is then sold to work on another boat owned by fishermen from Thailand. He had no choice in the decision.

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Example 5

A 13 year old Canadian girl is asked by her parents to do the household laundry and wash the dishes 3 times a week. She goes to school each day.

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Dorcas: A child miner in the Democratic Republic of Congo

  • Mining with her family
  • Dangerous health impacts
  • Possibly missing an education
  • Hopes for the future
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126 million children doing dangerous work

  • That’s nearly 4 X the population of Canada
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3D Jobs: Dirty, Dangerous, and Degrading

  • Dorcas is doing dirty, dangerous, and degrading work.
  • Other examples of 3D jobs.
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Questions?

  • Please use the “Raise Hand” button to get our attention.
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Artisanal Mining in the DRC

  • Dorcas– an artisanal miner
  • A BIG industry
  • Seen as normal work
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Will boycotts and tougher regulations solve the issue?

  • A lesson from U.S. legislation
  • Our work with companies
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World Vision’s Approach to Child Miners

  • An overall development approach
  • How child sponsorship helps
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Child Labourin the Cocoa Industry

  • Video clip of Abdul (see chat box)
  • A victim of child trafficking
  • Working 80-100 hours a week
  • Our connection
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Creating Protective Environments for Children

  • Please share how we can go about protecting children like Dorisand Abdul from working in 3D jobs?
  • Please use the “Raise Hand” button to get our attention.
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Safety skills

  • Participating in community
  • Education
  • Parent(s) have jobs
  • Family and Community ensure safety
  • Laws and polices implemented
  • Good justice and social system
  • Business and organizations do their part
  • Crisis safety
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Shopping for Change

  • Choose FairTrade chocolate
    • Monitoring for Child labour
    • Farmers earn a fair wage
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Help stop child Trafficking

  • Sign our petition telling PM Stephen Harper to create a plan that addresses child trafficking both here and in other countries.
  • Download the petition and get other students to sign it.(Please return to World Vision by June 1st)
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Want to know more?

  • worldvision.ca/connect OR enchildslavery.ca
  • A link to this presentation will be sent today
  • Email: Nancy_delcol@worldvision.ca
  • Any Final Questions?