Out of Bondage: Ending Forced Child Labor in Nepal and India

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Reporters from The Christian Science Monitor and PBS have dug deeply into an important story: trafficking of child labor in South Asia. What they’ve found reveals the challenges—and the opportunities—in combating this form of modern slavery. On August 23, 2016, these reporters, along with researchers and activists, came together for a panel discussion on rescuing children from the brick making kilns of Nepal and India. Participants included:

Michael Holtz – International Reporter, The Christian Science Monitor
Ann Hermes – Staff Photographer, The Christian Science Monitor
Homraj Acharya – Country Director, Global Fairness Initiative / Better Brick Nepal.
Fred de Sam Lazaro – Director, Under-Told Stories Project and Correspondent, PBS NewsHour
Elizabeth Donger – Research Associate, Harvard FXB Center for Health and Human Rights; author of report on child trafficking in India


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