The Children Blog discusses crimes and violations against children all over the world. The blog is written by Cassandra Clifford, a non-profit freelancer.
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“This was not justice, nor was it an execution. This child suffered a horrendous death… This killing… demonstrates the importance of international action to investigate and document such abuses, through an International Commission of Inquiry.” said David Copeman, Amnesty...
This week found myself in a bit of a winter storm which took my power and left me unable to accomplish much work, not to mention that I found myself burring my food in the snow, piling on the blankets and reading by candle light. In many ways it was kind of relaxing to have [...]This week found...
MALAWI: Better pediatric HIV services reduce infections More mothers and pregnant women in Malawi are attending antenatal clinics since the increased training of health workers in pediatric HIV care improved services to prevent mother-to-child transmission (PMTCT) of HIV, and pediatric HIV testing...
In modern combat the atrocities of rape and mutilation, have become all too common strategic tools of warfare.The use of rape as a weapon is one of the most violent and humiliating offenses inflicted on the enemy, the brutalization of rape permanently scars the victim’s mind, soul and often body....
As the new year is falls into place the next big spending holiday lies right around the corner, Valentines Day, the day which is to give symbolic measure to love. Millions of couples are looking for that perfect token to show how they feel for their special someone. While the day may not be ...
The United States House of Representatives is back in full swing and with that renewed and new debates are brewing. One such debate that the House will soon vote on is a bill to repeal the health care reform, which was signed into law last March by President Obama. The repeal of the Affordable...
Getting U.S. teens to “girl up” The UN Foundation has launched a new campaign to raise awareness among teenage girls in the United States about the lives of teenage girls in developing countries. The program, Girl Up, asks American girls to “high five” their less empowered...
To day we honor the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., as well as all who followed and continue to follow in his footsteps. King’s fight for human rights is a legacy left for all children regardless of race, religion, or color. The fight he led for civil rights in the United [...]To...
The battle against smoking in Indonesia continues to rage on. The extreme nature of the problem was first brought to international attention when in May of last year a video of a two-year-old from the western Indonesian island of Sumatra, astonished global viewers as it went viral. The video of...