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Wisdom Wednesday 2015: Interview with Andrea Nave, CEO, Forget me Not ( Part I)

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Andrea explains in this first part of the interview the work and the approach taken by Forget me Not to ensure that the organization would ensure the best child protection practices.
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Next Generation Nepal's "Wisdom Wednesdays"

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Wisdom Wednesdays is an innovative program of talks run by Next Generation Nepal and its partners about ethical volunteering. Our expert speakers work in international development, responsible tourism, child rights, volunteering, and diplomatic missions

A Standing Ovation for Indira

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Indira Rana Magar got a very important global recognition for her work to defend children’s rights in nepal. We at S4G are not surprised at all. We were predicting something big like this would have happened. See the interview she gave to us:

Kailash Satyarthy: A Different Hero

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When global media sanctify few well deserving social heroes but ignore other hidden personalities like Kailash Satyarthi, we should always be aware of having too much visibility and clamor even if it is totally justified. After all the concept of social justice should not be that controversial nor radical but often times only radical approaches achieve the desired change.

Can fighting child labor become another “Save Bagmati River" Campaign?

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It should be a matter of shame for each of us if we do not start seriously caring about child labor.

A pragmatic approach to end child labor

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Implementation of existing legislation or a novel, though controversial approach that will "legitimize" the plague of child labor allowing children to opt out if they want and get back to society. If they stay in, they will have ensured rights like education and health. Of course the second approach will not ensure the right to a serene childhood but...

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