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Posts tagged ‘child labour’

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Lessons learnt: A Youth Ambassador trip to Vietnam
3rd Jun, 15 | Posted by Ruth Dearnley
Lessons learnt: A Youth Ambassador trip to Vietnam

Earlier this year Ruth travelled to Vietnam with four Australian Youth Ambassadors, to help them understand the issues of forced, trafficked and child labour. She's sharing her insights about how a trip like this can inspire people to make a difference.

Bake hot cross buns free from exploitation this Easter!
2nd Apr, 15 | Posted by Ruth Dearnley
Bake hot cross buns free from exploitation this Easter!

Everyone loves hot cross buns at Easter - but it can be hard to find ones made with ingredients free from exploitation. Ruth Dearnley shares her recipe for ethically sourced hot cross buns - so you can bake and enjoy your own Easter treats!

Easter Eggs aren’t so sweet for all children
25th Mar, 15 | Posted by Ruth Dearnley
Easter Eggs aren’t so sweet for all children

Egg hunts and eating too much chocolate are fond Easter memories for many children - but around the world, other children are trapped in child labour producing the treats we enjoy. Ruth Dearnley shares how you can enjoy ethical chocolate this Easter.

Shopping ethically doesn’t have to be expensive
18th Feb, 15 | Posted by Ruth Dearnley
Shopping ethically doesn’t have to be expensive

Ethical shopping helps to ensure that workers are paid a fair wage - but it doesn't have to break your bank.

Does shopping ethically really make a difference?
4th Feb, 15 | Posted by Ruth Dearnley
Does shopping ethically really make a difference?

It's easy to wonder whether ethical shopping really makes an impact on problems like exploitation and child labour. But change is happening - and your dollars make a difference.

All children should be going back to school
30th Jan, 15 | Posted by Ruth Dearnley
All children should be going back to school

It's back to school time for kids in Australia. Around the world 168 million children will be denied an education this year, trapped in child labour instead.