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    emergency camps or alchemist camps. This paper will discuss the Save the Children Fund (SCF), which was founded by Eglantyne Jebb, on how they were created and what actions they took to become a successful charity that started a new

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    Save the Children is a charity that helps children globally with many issues and help give them new opportunities. Save the Children focuses mostly on helping children in developing countries. The charity is a non-governmental organization and gets most of their fundings from donors. Although all of the profits do not go straight to the charity’s programs, Save the Children is a credible charity because it uses money to help with education, health and hunger, natural disasters, and child protection

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    In an effort to bring attention and awareness to child abuse, and intervene and prevent further abuse, ChildSafe created the Cardboard Kids® campaign. Through the Cardboard Kids campaign, ChildSafe seeks to spread the word about child abuse and neglect in our community. Last year, ChildSafe distributed over 82,000 Cardboard Kids to schools, nonprofit organizations, businesses, churches, and individuals. We ask the community to LEARN more about the signs of child abuse, TALK ABOUT IT, and STOP the

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    and none that were necessary. In 1911, a fire at the Triangle Waist Company broke out that claimed the lives of many women working on the upper floors of the Asch building. Because of this incident, the conditions that these immigrant women and children worked in were exposed, which in turn led to various reform groups coming together to fight for safer conditions in the workplace. The lives of the women who worked in the factories were anything but simple and easy, but they still found time

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    Child marriage, defined as a formal marriage or informal union before age 18, is a common phenomenon for both boys and girls, although girls are disproportionately more affected than boys. (author, 2016) Child marriage is widespread and Child marriage is widespread and it will cause lots of shortcomings and deprivation in their life. So child marriage should be banned due to girls suffering sexual abuse by their husbands. There is no denying that child marriage should be banned. Because evidence

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    life of others all across the world. The handmade rug industry has one of the highest child labor rates in the world. An International organization, formerly known as Rugmark, now known as GoodWeave. Is a network of nonprofit organizations dedicated to ending illegal child labour in the rug making industry. When GoodWeave began in 1994, there were nearly one million children who were kidnapped or trafficked to work on the looms in South Asia. Many of thoes childern often worked up to 18 hours a

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    freedom of former slaves. The Emancipation Proclamation allowed freed slaves into the United States military Frederick Augustus Washington Bailey was born a slave in 1818 on the eastern shores of Maryland, becoming a companion of the slave owner’s children. After the death of Aaron Anthony the plantation master, Frederick was sent to Baltimore to work for Hugh and Sophia Auld. At the age of twelve years old Sophia Auld began to teach Frederick how to read despite it being against the law in Maryland

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    Abercrombie and Fitch. The owner, Mike Jefferies, changed the clothing line to what is known as a “Casual Luxury” style of clothing. Through the early 2000’s, Abercrombie and Fitch’s clothing was manufactured primarily by child slave labor. These children were often paid very little for their work (the main incentive for using their labor), are forced to work long shifts and work in dangerous areas. In 1999, this amount was $3.05 an hour, where the minimum wage in America was $7.25 and hour.

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    Koreans. North Korea was aided by the Soviet Union and China, both Communist Countries whom influenced North Korea to become a communist country. The fighting ended on 27 July 1953, when an armistice was signed by North Korea and South Korea, creating a Demilitarized Zone or DMZ to separate North and South Korea. Today, North and South Korea are technically still in war because they never signed a peace treaty. The DMZ was first created by the Soviet Union and the United

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    mother was killed in that attack, and Karim sustained severe injuries to his skull," said the Union of Medical Care and Relief Organizations,

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