• Binapani Ashram for Development of the Tribal Girl Child in West Bengal
    THE INFLUENCE OF AN NGO ON TRIBAL DEVELOPMENT : CASE STUDY ON WEST BENGAL, SHANTINIKETAN INTRODUCTION The tribals or the “Adivasis” (in Devanagari script), literally “original inhabitants”, comprise a substantial indigenous minority of the population of India, officially recognized b
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  • To Investigate the Impact of Pregnacies and Early Marriages on a Girl Child Education
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  • Girl Child Right and Its Implementation in Bangladesh
    hildAssignment Girl Child Right And Its Implementation In Bangladesh Submitted By Sharifa Sultana BSS(Honors) 3rd Year, 5th Semester Department of women and gender Studies University of Dhaka Content * Introduction:
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  • challenges of girl child education
    Overcoming Challenges of Girl-Child Education By Kale Abba Education has been variously described, including the analogy that likened education to the description of the elephant by the blind man. This means education can be seen from different perspectives. Nonetheless, education is what...
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  • Child Study
    Introduction/Background of Child The student I observed is a Hispanic, male age 9 who is autistic. For the sake of this observation I will refer to him as "Kevin". I selected this student because I work very closely with him on a daily basis. I also felt that this would be a great way for me to le
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  • Poems
    COLLECTED POEMS SRI AUROBINDO SRI AUROBINDO ASHRAM PONDICHERRY BIBLIOGRAPHIC NOTES This edition includes revised content of the 5-th volume of Sri Aurobindo Birth Centenary Library. Several writings were added: Sonnets of early period I cannot equal, I have a doubt, My life is wasted, O f
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  • Pablo Poems
    I Was Among Them: Pablo Neruda Turns 100. Vijay Prashad. "The people paraded their red flags and I was among them on the stone they struck, in the thunderous march and in the struggle's lofty songs, I saw how they conquered step by step, Their resistance alone was road, and isolated they
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  • Child Labour in Pakistan
    Background Child Labour is a condemnable phenomenon and elimination of child labour is a feasible objective. It must be eradicated altogether, for democratic and healthy growth of the society. Children should grow into adulthood through love and care, education and training. Health of the societ
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  • Indian Child and Childhood: from the Eyes of the Teacher
    Indian Child and Childhood: From the Eyes of Teachers Rachita Bisht Abstract: India is today part of the global debate on childhood and a radical ‘child-centered pedagogy’ has been presented to educators by NCF 2005. This qualitative study explores an indigenous, teachers’ discourse o
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  • Child Abuse
    Psychological harm Child sexual abuse can result in both short-term and long-term harm, including psychopathology in later life.[9][22] Psychological, emotional, physical, and social effects include depression,[5][23][24] post-traumatic stress disorder,[6][25] anxiety,[7], eating disorders, poor se
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  • Child Labour in Kenya
    A freedom Song Atieno washes dishes, Atieno plucks the chicken, Atieno gets up early, Beds her sacks down in the kitchen, Atieno eight years old, Atieno Yo. Since she is my sister’s child Atieno needs no pay, While she works my wife can sit Sewing every sunny day: With her earnings
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  • Child
    CHILD RIGHTS Students Module - Part II DR. I.DEVASAHAYAM INSTITUTE OF HUMAN RIGHTS EDUCATION (A program unit of People’s Watch-Tamil Nadu) No.6 Vallabhai Road, Chockikulam, Madurai - 625 002. Phone - (0452) 2531874, 2539520 Fax :0452 2531874 E-Mail: ihre@pwtn.org Website : www.pwtn.org
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  • Child Labour
    National child labour survey Interviewer’s manual 30 September 2008 International Programme on the Elimination of Child Labour (IPEC) Statistical Information and Monitoring Programme on Child Labour (SIMPOC) Copyright © International Labour Organization 2009 First published 2009 Public
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  • Girl and Eleven Compared
    Compare and Contrast: Girl and Eleven The stories “Eleven” by Sandra Cisneros and “Girl” by Jamaica Kincaid have many similarities and differences. They differ in the manner in which they were written and the content thereof. Each author uses different elements of fiction to portray the l
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  • Child Labour in Pakistan
    Child labour situation The National Child Labour survey,1 conducted in 1996 by the Federal Bureau of Statistics, found 3.3 million of the 40 million children (in the 5-14 years age group) to be economically active2 on a full-time basis. Of the 3.3 million working children, 73 per cent (2.4 million)
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  • Child Labour
    ld La CHILD LABOUR IN INDIA: CAUSES, MAGNITUDE AND POLICIES DR. ANJALI PRASAD Department of Economics T.P.S. College, Patna The existence of child labour is a slur on a modern welfare state which seeks to promote the all round development of
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  • Child Labourfrom Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia Worst Forms of Child Labour Convention Convention Concerning the Prohibition and Immediate Action for the Elimination of the Worst Forms of Child Labour Signed 17 June
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Worst Forms of Child Labour Convention Convention concerning the Prohibition and Immediate Action for the Elimination of the Worst Forms of Child Labour Signed 17 June 1999 Location Geneva Effective 19 November 2000 Condition 2 ratifications Parties 1
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  • Child Labour
    Contents What is Child Labour? 2 Why include children in the workforce? 3 1) Poverty: 3 2) Population Explosion: 4 3) Lack of Primary Education for children 5 4) Parental Illiteracy 6 5) Social Apathy 6 6) Family practice to inculcate traditional skills in children 7
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  • Child Labour
    Introduction Child labour is employing children who are under aged to work as determined laws of a state. This practice is considered to be exploitative in many countries and international organizations. Earlier, child labour was not a big problem as children used to accompany their fathers in
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  • Gone Baby Gone - Child Neglect
    Gone Baby Gone – Neglect Child neglect is the failure to provide a child with basic needs. Child neglect is a form of maltreatment that is usually done to children by their parents or caregivers. “Child neglect is a term used most often to encompass parents’ or caretakers’ failure to pro
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