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I am quite hopeful and rather sure that this will help in giving bigger visibility and attention to the cause of children who are most neglected and most deprived.
First of all, everyone must acknowledge and feel that child slavery still exists in the world, in its ugliest face and form.
I want to ignite the change in you
Don’t stand on the fence and cheer. Jump in the ring.
Some difference is visible, but I won’t call it a big difference unless I see things changing on the ground, and at the higher levels of policy
I’m always better connected with the children and young people. Their hearts are pure, their minds are still open, they are more unbiased and have fewer inhibitions.
Even as a child, I was passionate about issues related to child labour. On my first day of school, I saw a child of my age sitting on the doorsteps of my school along with his father. They were cobblers. It was the first time that I saw a contrast in the lives of two kids.
All of my rescue missions have been exciting. Rescuing children or a child gives you a feeling that cannot be expressed in words.
It is so ironical that on one hand India is making remarkable progress, but on the other, millions of others live with acute problems and thousands are being sold at a lesser price than animals. They are trafficked from their villages, sold to prostitution, forced into bonded labour, domestic work, and child marriages
If reality shows are creating problems in education, impacting health and freedom, and if there is an economic consideration involved—then that makes a young child a child labourer.
I hope that youngsters and civil society organizations and every Indian will feel proud. It is a noble cause to work for the rights of children.
I'm not being given this award for my work in India alone. I work in 144 countries. I work in Africa with equal passion, in Latin America with equal passion. I've worked in Pakistan with equal passion. So it is a global fight. But I'm proud that India is where this fight began and it began through me.
Gauri several times spoke of death threats from right-wing and not Maoists
Everyday bullets of hatred are fired at dissident voices
In June 2007, I became the father of a beautiful girl child. When she was 3 months old, we were visiting India after a gap of over 4 years. I was so excited to meet my family and to see the “progress” my parents had been talking about. But what I saw completely changed my life.
Swapnil Chaturvedi (The Poop Guy)
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