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Indigenous mothers-to-be: not mothers enough?

Pregnant women from indigenous communities face multiple layers of discrimination. As leaders gather in New York to discuss progress on the UN’s Millennium Development Goals, Cheryl Gallagher explains why statistics only tell half the story.

Filed in: Children Guatemala Indigenous Peoples Nicaragua Peru Reproductive Rights Women

Eyes wide shut

Darfur, Sudan, through the eyes of children who’ve fled the conflict.

Filed in: Children Sudan

Robots address child abuse

Technology used to help in the campaign against child jockeys

Filed in: Children Middle East Sport Technology

Bright sparks

A visual celebration of the right to education.

Filed in: Children Disability Education

The return of the poster child

How exploitative and degrading images are still used to raise funds.

Filed in: Children Hunger Niger

Carol Kaminju

A boy carrying firewood home, captured by Kenyan photographer Carol Kaminju.

Filed in: Children Kenya

Riding for their lives

The bleak story of tiny children used as camel jockeys in the United Arab Emirates, told in photographs by Daoud Khan.

Filed in: Children United Arab Emirates

Rukshana: 'It's easy to fall in love, but very difficult to endure it'

Why boys are a pain for a Mumbai girl on the move. Interview in India by Dionne Bunsha.

Filed in: Children India Poverty

Dolgion: 'Life is given only once'

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

Filed in: Children Cities Mongolia Poverty Society

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Filed in: Children Poverty

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