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Syria’s Little Workers

Syria’s Little Workers
Small Hands and Heavy Burdens
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A Life At the Margins: Displaced Syrian Children’s Cold Beds

The children feel sleepy and cannot open their eyes. They gather the remains of their strength and go to bed. The first minutes are very difficult; their hands and feet shiver with cold; no one dares to move his foot an inch. They all seek to enjoy the bliss of that little warmth their feet began to feel while in bed. If they move their feet to the edge, their bodies will retract again out of cold….

I Was and I Became

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“Stolen Childhood: The Victims of “Legalized” Child Marriage in the Arab World”

Feeling helpless with tears pouring down her face, an Iraqi mother held her mobile phone and went live addressing the audience on social media, begging everyone to help her in her ordeal….

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Children Behind Bars in Yemen

On Sunday, June 6th, at 9:30am, Mrs. Fadia – characters’ names have been ch anged to preserve their privacy – was standing in front of the gateway to a place she had gone a long way to reach. The gatekeeper inquired about the reason for her arrival and the purpose of entry while checking a plastic bag, on which a local company advertisement was printed, used for bringing some stuff for the visit….

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Back from Death: Mumtaz, Her Little Girl Survive Myanmar Genocide

This is Mumtaz. She is a housewife and mother of four children. Among them is a sole girl, Razia….