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· January, 2008

Stories about Youth from January, 2008

25 January 2008

Kuwait: Get Children off the Streets

Trinidad & Tobago: Stolen Generation?

Hong Kong: Retraining 15 Years Old?

Afghanistan: Returned Refugees, Police Fatigue and Freezing Children

There has been a series of articles on the plight of Afghanistan's police. Bipasha Ray notes one of the many problems facing the creation of a police force from scratch:...

China: A net campaign for the parents of slaves

A net campaign has been launched to aid the forgotten victims in the 2007 Chinese slave scandal--- the parents of the kiln workers. They share the pain of their children,...

23 January 2008

India: On Breastfeeding

Tajikistan: The ice age. Now

Despite the fact that the long-awaited hydropower station Sangtuda-1 in Tajikistan has been launched, the population still does not feel the changes. It is worth of mentioning that only the...

Dominica: One Laptop Per Child

Jamaica: An Inconvenient Truth

China: Little Match Girl

22 January 2008

Japan: Illegal or Harmful?

Blogger Sakiyama Nobuo, a social activist who has covered the area of web censorship in Japan for many years, early last week responded to a conversation initiated by fellow blogger...

Hong Kong: Strawberry Kids

Kazakhstan: A Girl from Provincial Town Leads International Reality Show

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