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Examining Child Labour photo kit

Students are introduced to the topic of child labour through a series of worksheets and accompanying photos exploring the questions: What is child labour? What types of work do child labourers...

Child labour in the world

In this 2-page resource, students learn about the practice of child labour, and the rights this practice violates. Students then categorise types of child labour, and summarise the key points. This...

Get Connected: Child Rights

This issue helps students understand the UN Declaration on the Rights of the Child and explores a range of child rights issues around the world. It highlights a case study of child labour in India. The...

Family in Democratic Republic of Congo Poster

Poster of 9-year-old Prudence at school in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Poster includes a photo, and a quote from Prudence about how her Grandmother takes care of her. Posters can make excellent...

Child labour – Kajal’s and Sudarmathi’s story

Students read about a day in the life of 9-year-old Kajal, and 14-year-old Sudarmathi, from India. Both girls have had to work in order to support their families, although Sudarmathi is now back in...

Convention on the Rights of the Child

Students are introduced to the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. They categorise some of these rights under the headings of: survival; development; protection; and, participation. Using a diamond-ranking,...

Prayer in India Poster

Poster of 7-year-old Barisha in India, praying with her friends. Poster includes a photo and a quote from Barisha about her desire to become a teacher. Posters can make excellent discussion starters...

Promesse and the 40 Hour Famine - a persuasion text

Students develop their understanding of extreme poverty, and differences in living conditions, through viewing a film clip about a young boy from Rwanda. Students examine and analyse the film clip as...

Understanding the issue - forced and child labour

This series of factsheets can be used to help students understand the issue of forced and child labour as part of Australia's global interconnections through trade. As an introduction to the topic,...

Exploring the rights of children

As part of discovering what it means to be a citizen, students learn that there are rights that apply to all children. Exploring a few of these rights, students develop their thinking skills by evaluating...