A visual celebration of the right to education.
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How exploitative and degrading images are still used to raise funds.
A boy carrying firewood home, captured by Kenyan photographer Carol Kaminju.
The bleak story of tiny children used as camel jockeys in the United Arab Emirates, told in photographs by Daoud Khan.
Why boys are a pain for a Mumbai girl on the move. Interview in India by Dionne Bunsha.
People call us transheiny [sewage] kids and shun us. I’ve been living like this for the last four years. Before we lived in Yarmag District [an Ulaanbaatar suburb] in a gher [traditional felt-covered round tent of nomads]. My mother
Dinyar Godrej explains why children should do the talking… and we should listen.
Sex and sisterhood in Harare, Zimbabwe. Interview by Stanley Karombo.