Statement on child labour in GAP
Brand buyers have a responsibility to ensure that their sourcing and purchasing practices don’t encourage sweatshop abuses and child labour.
Gender bias increases poverty
Mon Dec 11 2006 - Source:
Inequality at home between men and women leads to poorer health for the children and greater poverty for the family. Eliminating gender discrimination and empowering women will have a profound and positive impact on the survival and well-being of children, according to a new UNICEF report.
A road to hell, paved with good intentions?
Walking in the eerie darkness engulfing Noah's Ark, a centre that children in northern Uganda escape to for fear of being kidnapped by the rebel Lord's Resistance Army, it is easy to see why so many in the region are eager for peace.