Expat children writing speeches to fight global child labour

St George’s British School studnets have been writing persuasive speeches against child labour

LAST UPDATED: 27 Apr, 2016 @ 15:38
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child labour speechesEXPAT children have been writing to fight child labour.

Students aged 10 to 11 at St George’s British School have been writing persuasive speeches to raise awareness of child labour around the world.

They have sent them to companies including Nike, Zara and Primark and are raising money for UNICEF and Malaga homeless charity Los Angeles Malaguenos.

Teacher Janet Hickinson said: “Learning is much more effective when there’s a purpose, and they have been very keen to be a voice for those children who can’t speak or defend themselves.”





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