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New Hope for Exploited Children as Andhra Cops Go Beyond The Call of Duty!
One Call From You Could Save a Child From Human Trafficking. Here’s How
Once a Child Labourer, This Bengaluru Girl Will Now Speak About Child Rights in Parliament
In Pictures: The Brick Kiln Kids of Bengal and How They Are Being Brought Back to Schools
This Mumbai Organisation Has Reunited Over 10,000 Runaway Kids With Their Families Since 2006
TBI Blogs: Help India’s Kids Regain Their Lost Childhood. Find out How to Help Stop Child Labour
TBI Blogs: Did You Know Children Younger Than 14 Have the Right to Attend Free School?
This Young Boy Shines Shoes in the Evening, so He Can Go to School in the Morning
TBI Blogs: Casteism, Illiteracy, Child Labour, Child Marriage – 13-Year-Old Arti Kumari Is Fighting Them All
5 Awesome Things That Came out in Our Discussion with Two Nobel Peace Laureates
TBI Blogs: Ever Had a Question About The Value of Education? Ask These 5 Kids!
Namita (leftmost) with friends at a creative art workshop
TBI Blogs: Once a Ragpicker, 12-Year-Old Namita Now Dreams of Becoming a Teacher. And You Know What? She Could!
This 20-Year-Old Survivor of Trafficking Is Now India’s Crusader for Child Rights at UN
How Balamitras Are Helping Put an End to Child Labour in the Sugarcane Fields of Maharashtara
The Man Who Is Challenging Deep-Rooted Patriarchy in India
TBI Blogs: Once a Child Labourer, 12-Year-Old Purvi Now Is a Vocal Proponent of Education
TBI BLOGS: How Child Labourers Are Finding Their Way Back to School in Kashmir
TBI BLOGS: How Mohsin Fought His Way From the Back Alleys of Bhatta Basti to Finishing School
82,000 Child Labourers Walk Free Today. Thanks to this NGO.
5 Things You Need to Know about Nobel Prize Winner Kailash Satyarthi
Radhika Mittal runs an NGO, Super School India.
MY STORY: How 24 Slum Kids Are Educating Delhi about Child Labour in Firecracker Factories
With Operation Muskan, 91 Child Labourers were Rescued in Odisha
One Man is Breaking all Stereotypes attached with Indian Weddings
What Happens When A Tea Boy Becomes A CEO? It Makes Other Tea Boys Get Noticed
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