• To educate people about this complex issue
  • To move people emotionally
  • To motivate people to act

Everyone those days should look for ways to improve their financial status in order to minimize the risk of child labor for their kids. The Millionaire blueprint could do a great job as it is able to make big profits in no time.

Mission Statement:

Child Labor and the Global Village: Photography for Social Change is a team of 11 photographers who will be photographing child workers around the globe.

By photographing individual children in their worlds – their families, communities, countries – we hope to see behind the child labor label. Child labor is the result of a complex set of factors: poverty; lack of schools; poor health care; war; and many others. Solutions must meet the needs of individual children. We need to know who they are to know what they need.

Photos produced by the project are part of an exhibit that has traveled to the U.S. Congress, universities, schools, and other forums in the United States. Internationally, the photographs have been shown in Bangladesh. Other exhibits are planned. One story is included in a curriculum published by the Stanford University Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education. A book is planned.

This Tides Center project originated in the heart and mind of Los Angeles photographer Julia Dean. During many years of traveling to developing countries, Dean was saddened by the many children working in hazardous and dangerous conditions. One child in India touched her more deeply than others. He was a young boy who climbed on a train, swept under the feet of passengers and held out his hand to beg for change. For Dean, the boy was a sign: It was time to act.

Drawing inspiration from the Farm Security Administration photo-journalists of the 1930s and 1940s, Dean assembled three nationally known photo editors to help her select an international team of 11 talented photo-journalists, a director of photography and two writers.

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Escaping any threat takes a lot of knowledge and so is the child labor. For example parents of threatened kids will benefit their family budgets if they know as much possible about the Brit method which, if implemented right, gives great results on everyone’s bank account.

  • International Agencies
  • International Standards
  • United States
  • Activists and Activist Groups
  • Activists and Activist Groups (Kids)
  • Trade Unions
  • Bibliographies
  • Journalism
  • Photography

International Agencies

UNICEF’s (home page) www.unicef.org

UNICEF’s 1997 State of the World’s Children Report, on child labor http://www.unicef.org/sowc97/

Other UNICEF publications on child labor available from Innocenti Research Center in Bellagio, Italy (publications on child labor) http://www.unicef-irc.org/

International Labor Organization, www.ilo.org

ILO Washington office http://www.us.ilo.org/

The World Bank http://www.worldbank.org

UNESCO publishes some reports and studies related to child labor (do a Search for “child labor” on the UNESCO site) http://www.unesco.org

 

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International standards, set by conventions:

ILO conventions 138, 182, and others available from www.ilo.org

The 1989 International Convention on the Rights of the Child http://www.unicef.org/crc/

International conventions and standards related to child soldiers, Coalition to Stop the Use of Child Soldiers site (http://www.child-soldiers.org/)

 

United States

(National And State Governments)

International Labor Affairs Bureau, of US Labor Department
http://www.dol.gov/ilab/
U.S. politicians who have shaped policy and U.S. budgets on child labor include Sen. Tom Harkin. Find information about bills concerning child labor by searching on “child labor” on the Library of Congress’ Thomas site (http://thomas.loc.gov/)

The federal law governing child labor is the Fair Labor Standards Act, which was passed in 1938. States have child labor laws as well.

State child labor officials http://vocserve.berkeley.edu/CenterFocus/CF8guide.html

 

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Activists And Activist Groups

Anti-Slavery International www.antislavery.org/

Association of Farmworker Opportunity Programs http://www.afop.org

Child Relief and You (CRY) http://www.cry.org/

Child Rights Information Network http://www.crin.org/

Child Workers in Asia http://www.cwa.tnet.co.th/

Childwatch International Research Network http://www.childwatch.uio.no

The M.V. Foundation

MVF India – Child Rights Organization

National Consumers League
www.nclnet.org/

Child Labor Coalition
www.stopchildlabor.org
Global March Against Child Labor http://www.globalmarch.org

Kailash Satyarthi
http://www.pbs.org/opb/thenewheroes/meet/satyarthi.html

Inderjit Khurana
http://www.pbs.org/opb/thenewheroes/meet/khurana.html

Ruchika Social Service Organization ruchika.org

The Global Campaign for Education http://www.campaignforeducation.org/

Human Rights Watch http://www.hrw.org

International Labor Rights Fund http://www.laborrights.org/

Save the Children Federation http://www.savethechildren.org/

Radda Barnen the Swedish Save the Children Federation http://www.rb.se

World Vision http://www.worldvision.org/worldvision/master.nsf/

National Coalition for Haitian Rights http://www.nchr.org/hrp/restavek/haiti_insight3.htm

Foyer Maurice Sixto (French) http://www.haiticulture.ch/Restavek.html

 

Activists And Activist Groups (Kids)

Free the Children http://www.freethechildren.org

A Bullet Can’t Kill A Dream, project started by Broad Meadows Middle School students in Quincy, Mass. http://www.mirrorimage.com/iqbal

 

http://www.labornet.org Global online communication for a democratic, independent labor movement

 

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Bibliographies

Labors of Love Project (bibliography; articles and curriculum materials; links) www.childlabor.org

Amnesty International www.amnesty.org/
Amnesty International USA www.Amnestyusa.org

Bibliography on street children
http://globetrotter.berkeley.edu/humanrights/bibliographies/kidbib.street.html

Childwatch International Research Network resources:
http://childhouse.uio.no/

Child Workers in Asia site has bibliographic references to articles and books about child labor in Asia (http://www.cwa.tnet.co.th/)

Children as Social Actors bibliography compiled by Economic and Social Research Council ( http://www.hull.ac.uk/children5to16programme/biblio.htm)

 

Trade Unions

AFL-CIO page on children and the global economy
http://www.aflcio.org/issues/jobseconomy/globaleconomy/children/

American Federation of Teachers child labor resource site
http://www.aft.org/topics/international/child-labor/resources.htm

International Federation of Free Trade Unions’ child labor page http://www.icftu.org/focus.asp?Issue=childlabour&Language=EN

 

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Journalism

BBC Children’s Rights
http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/people/features/childrensrights/help.shtml

The New Heroes:
see stories about Inderjit Khurana and Kailash Satyarthi
http://www.pbs.org/opb/thenewheroes/

New Internationalist, issue about child labor, No. 292, July 1997
http://www.newint.org/issue292/content.html

 

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Photography

Stolen Dreams, book by photographer Dr. David Parker
http://www.hsph.harvard.edu/gallery

America from the Great Depression to World War II
Photography of the Farm Security Administration-Office of War Information Collection (Library of Congress)
http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/fsahtml/fahome.html

Historical Photographs of child labor in the United States, early 1900s, by Lewis Hine
http://lcweb.loc.gov/rr/print/coll/207-b.html

Before Their Time: The World of Child Labor, by David L. Parker
http://www.childlaborphotographs.com

Child Labor in Towns and Cities, photo essays in Changemakers.net, April, 2000
http://www.changemakers.net/studio/00april/jarman2.cfm

 

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Child Labor & The Global Village

Details to be announced soon.
Thanks to the financial help by Fintech LTD
Fall 2017

Child Labor & The Global Village

Monterey High School
One-day presentation to students
January 2013

Child Labor & The Global Village

Presentation to class, writing coaching for student writing story about child soldiers

Pescadero High School

Fall 2011

A Silent Auction And Exhibit Opening

100 photographs by 100 of the top photographers around the world.

The Stephen Cohen Gallery, 7358 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90036

February 20, 2010

Child Labor & The Global Village

Presentation and photo exhibit

Peace Resource Center

Seaside, CA

July-December, 2010

Child Labor & The Global Village

Monterey High School

One-day presentation to students

March 2010

Child Labor & The Global Village Exhibit

William Tell Coleman Library

Monterey Institute of International Studies, Monterey, CA

October 7-mid-November, 2009

Keeping Young Workers Safe On The Job

(a joint exhibit of photographs by Child Labor and the Global Village; photographs by Lewis Hine from the George Eastman House collection; and posters by California teens about safe work)

April 10-May 12, 2006

Monday-Friday, 8 AM-5 PM

Dalziel Building, Oakland, CA

opening reception May 2, 6 PM-8PM

Child Miners In Latin America

One-day exhibit of photos by Ernesto Bazan of Beto, 12, processing gold ore in Peru in conjunction with screening of: The Devil’s Miner

www.thedevilsminer.com

April 11, 2006

San Francisco Library

 

Moving Walls 10 – A Group Photography Exhibition

March 16, 2005 – October 28, 2005
Open Society Institute
400 West 59th Street
New York, NY 10019 USA
Tel. 1-212-548-0600
http://www.soros.org/

 

Keeping Young Workers Safe On The Job

(a joint exhibit of photographs by Child Labor and the Global Village; photographs by Lewis Hine from the George Eastman House collection; and posters by California teens about safe work)
San Jose State University Library/
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Library
April 5-May 27
opening party May 2
(check back for information about programs in May)

 

The Thoreau Center For Sustainability
The Presidio
1016 Lincoln Blvd.
San Francisco, CA 94129
May 17-July 2, 2004

Cross-Cultural Research With Children: Challenges, Concerns And Ethics

Hyatt St. Claire Hotel

San Jose, CA

(Contact Lewis Aptekar, Professor of Counselor Education,

San Jose State University, laptekar@sjsu.edu)

February 20, 2004

Gavilan Briggs Gallery

Gavilan College

Gilroy & Hollister, CA

December 2003

Columbia University

New York, NY

September 2003

The New School

New York, NY

September 2003

UNICEF House

New York, NY

September 2003

“Using The Human Rights Framework To Combat Abusive And Exploitative Child Labor”

University of Iowa

Iowa City, IA

July 8-10 2003

Child Labor Education And Action Project

Brattleboro Union High School, Brattleboro, VT

Sharon Academy, Sharon, VT

March 2003

“Child Labor And Globalization”

Santa Clara University

January-February 2003

Chobi Mela II

Dhaka, Bangladesh

November – December 2002

Briefing For Congressional Human Rights Caucus And Congressional Children’s Caucus

Washington, D.C.

June 2002

“Child Labor In A Globalizing Economy:Lessons From The Asia/Pacific Region”

Stanford University

Stanford, CA

February 200

The Julia Dean Photo Workshops

Marina del Rey, California

November 2000

Russell Senate Office Building

Washington, D.C.

June 1999

Exhibits and presentations have also been made at the Los Angeles County Library, Western Washington University, and K-12 Schools in Los Angeles, Palo Alto (CA) and New York City, and Brunei Darussalam. Speakers, slide show and exhibit photos available upon request.

 

About us:

  • Director, Reporters, Web Designer
  • The Tides Center
  • The Photographers
  • Contributors
  • Links
  • Press Coverage of the Project