• Child Labor
    . Girl miners also work in bars and restaurants in mining communities. Bar work, in many cases, leads to sex work or sexual abuse (Jon Czajkowski, Child Labor in the Philippines, November 2010). On the sugar plantations, more than 500,000 metric tons of sugar are harvested by Filipino kids as young as...
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  • Violence Against Children: the Philippine Experience*
    Violence Against Children: The Philippine Experience* Terre des Hommes-Germany; Terre des Hommes Netherlands; Asia ACTs Against Child Trafficking E-mail: tdhbkk@ksc15.th.com, asiaacts@tri-isys.com In the Philippines, children who are victims of violence are categorized as children needing...
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  • Child Abuse
    Child Abuse in the Philippines: An Integrated Literature Review and Annotated Bibliography Elizabeth Protacio-Marcelino, Ph.D., Maria Teresa C. de la Cruz, Faye A. G. Balanon, Agnes Zenaida V. Camacho, Jay Yacat The efforts of the United Nations and the international community of non...
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    Manila alone. Another report estimates that there are approximately 1.5 million children on the streets working as beggars, pickpockets, drug abusers and child prostitutes (ECPAT). Today, the number of children and youth living part of their lives on the streets in the Philippines could reach two...
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  • The Situation of Filipino Children and Young People
    minimum basic needs for food, health, education, housing and other social amenities in life. In the Philippines, children who are victims of violence are categorized as children needing special protection (CNSP).CNSP includes child labour; children-victims of sexual abuse and commercial sexual...
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  • A Study of Child Labor and Child
    Stronger Deterrence and Special Protection Against Child Abuse, Exploitation and Discrimination”, as a concrete expression of its compliance to the provisions, principles and standards of the CRC. In 2002, the Philippines also ratified the two Optional Protocols to the Convention on the Rights of the...
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  • The Intellectual Effects of Working Among Child Laborers in Quiapo Church
    Child labor is one of the topics that presents strong emotions, beliefs and opinions. Jon Czajkowski discussed the different types of work of child laborer in the Philippines. He gives the numbers of children working in different sectors. This also shows that children are...
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  • “Abandoned Children in the Philippines, Do They Still Have Hope”?
    , children are not only be given free elementary education as it used to be, but also free high school education. It is likewise the right of the children to be provided moral and civic training so that they will grow up to be upright, usefull and law-abiding citizens. III. Child Abuse Compton’s...
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  • RRL: Child Labor
    International Programme on the Elimination of Child Labor, 2003, in Cambodia, children are still regarded as very much under the control and guidance of their parents. The concept that children have "independent rights" is an unfamiliar one. For economic and even social reasons, or not having a true...
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  • Corporal Punishments
    violence against children. There are two important reasons for this: first, laws need to be consistent with and reflect the Philippine government’s commitment to the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. We have child protection laws in place; however, they fail to protect children from all forms of...
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  • Early Exposure of Poor Filipino Children in Drudgery
    and led by working women and middle class consumers. However, even today many cases of child labor in the Philippines are not registered due to different reasons. Although the country has made remarkable strides to stop child labor, it still exists. The fight is still ongoing...
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  • Prostitution
    SCOURGE OF CHILD PROSTITUTION IN THE PHILIPPINES A Research Paper Presented To Dr. Antonio R. Yango College of Arts and Sciences University of Perpetual Help System Laguna In Partial Fulfillment Of the Requirements for the Course Communication Arts 2 By MARIA MAYBELLE F. GALANG...
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  • Human Rights Violation in the Philippines
    Human Rights Violation in the Philippines “All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.” Human rights describe equal rights and freedom for everybody by the fact of...
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  • Classroom Management and Child Friendly School System
    protection of children in school. Their aim is to protect the pupil in all aspect of abuses whether it is from peers, parents, community and even from cruel teachers. Protect the child from physical, mental, emotional and verbal abuse. DepEd Memorandum No. 73, s. 2006 dated February 28, 2006 mandated the...
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  • Family Problems / Family Violence: Disrupted and Reconstituted Families
    ).  For white females, only about 50% of the abuse is reported.  PHILIPPINE LAWS PROTECTING WOMEN AND CHILDREN 1.Executive Order No. 209 -- The Family Code of The Philippines, Year of effectivity – 1988. 2.Presidential Decree No. 603 -- The Child and Youth Welfare Code, Year of effectivity – 1975...
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  • Sex Trafficking
    cases of child abuse involved pornography, prostitution, paedophilia and trafficking. There were 8,335 cases of child abuse from 1991-1996, 96% of the victims were females. (Department of Social Welfare and Development, "375,000 Filipino Women & Kids Are Into Prostitution," Philippine Daily...
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  • Reipe
    yourself? If you have then you might be experiencing child abuse. Neglect is the failure to provide the basic needs of a child. Neglect is also a form of child abuse. This often happens for a number of reasons, one of them is because a parent maybe under some emotional distress or maybe because of...
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  • My Paper
    /20101119-304080/PH-ranks-4th-on-list-with-child-prostitutes * http://www.slideshare.net/itzsindeeeedx/child-prostitution-in-the-philippines * da.org/en/news/child-abuse-crimes/prostitution-in-the-philippines-a-time-for-change/...
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  • School Violence
    just to act on the study that in the Philippines, the “2010 Towards a Child friendly Environment - Baseline Study on Violence Against Children” in public schools by the Council for the Welfare of Children, Philippine Women’s University, AusAid, Plan International and the United Nations Children’s...
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  • Homelessness Thesis
    Republic of the Philippines Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Muntinlupa COLLEGE OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE NBP Reservation Poblacion, Muntinlupa City is prevalent among homeless kids who ran from home to escape abuse. In several studies women viewed domestic violence as the main reason for being...
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