Urban Children in Distress

Urban Children in Distress

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Examining the struggle of urban children to survive and the programmes and policies that are most effective in helping them, this volume uncovers the desperate situations and the resilience of street and working children, and their families. Based on field work carried out under the auspices of UNICEF in Brazil, Philippines, India, Kenya and Italy, the text offers critiques and recommendations for national, municipal and community action.I want to work and have a job as a porter, a guard at a bank, or maybe an olive box carrier, (a 13-year-old) I want to be a doctor in a hospital, or else a driver. I think that would ... However, some children have chosen other ways to make money.

Title:Urban Children in Distress
Author: Cristina Szanton Blanc
Publisher:Psychology Press - 1994

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