Artisanal Mining and Child Labour: Webinar recording
Tuesday May 15, 2012
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
April 3, 2012
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.
Gender and Poverty: Webinar Recording
February 9, 2012
Amboka Wameyo, gender and advocacy expert at World Vision Canada, presented a webinar live from Nairobi, Kenya to high school students in Toronto and Bradford. Amboka answered student questions on gender and development in Africa, including the issues of early marriage, the link between gender and poverty, male and female social roles and access to education.
Education for Children in Darfur: Webinar Recording
January 23, 2012
Students from British Columbia joined Jackson Acha Atam and Anne-Marie Connor, World Vision program managers working in North Sudan, to hear about a special school building project that provides access to education for girls and boys in Darfur.
Horn of Africa: Webinar Recording
November 21, 2011
On November 21, Mike Weickert, World Vision’s Director of Humanitarian and Emergency Affairs, talked to high school students in Toronto, Ottawa, Port Elgin and Bradford about famine and conflict in the Horn of Africa and the ongoing challenges of delivering aid to refugees and internally displaced persons. View the recording of the event here.