Help Wanted: An activity for understanding the worst forms of Child Labour
A group role play activity illustrating the realities faced by children recruited into dirty, dangerous and degrading jobs. Includes three case studies and Take Action ideas.
Help Wanted video
Watch and share this Help Wanted video about Ka and Sohail, two children trapped in child labour in the Asia Pacific region.
Reaching the Promised Land
Every day thousands of Cambodians – including children – cross the border illegally into Thailand. Click here to read their story.
Seeking the Easily Manipulated [video]
In this video Carleen McGuinty, World Vision’s Child Protection Policy Advisor, discusses Canada’s National Action Plan for Human Trafficking. Click here to watch.
Help Wanted Webinar Recording and PowerPoint Presentation
Learn about the realities of child labour in the cocoa industry and artisanal mining. Hosted by Harry Kits, World Vision’s Senior Advisor for Economic Justice and Peacebuilding, this webinar covers World Vision’s plan for helping children trapped in the worst forms of labour and introduces students to actions they can take in the Help Wanted campaign.
Child Labour and Human Trafficking:
Webinar Recording and PowerPoint Presentation
Carleen McGuinty, World Vision’s Child Protection Policy Advisor discusses cutting-edge work on human trafficking for labour. Learn about the dangers of the 3Ds – dirty, dangerous and degrading work – as well as the important role of advocacy with governments to protect children from abusive labour situations and sexual exploitation.
Young Stars (Les jeunes espoirs): India’s Working Children Speak Out
Videos and Study Guides
In Bangalore, India thousands of children work in unsafe conditions, but a child-rights movement is growing. Learn about child labour, rights and the power of youth leadership through the story of Akbar Ameerjhan, a young man speaking out about the rights of working children. In English and French.