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Des feuilletons pour le changement social

Vous ne pouvez pas trouver des solutions pour notre monde si vous écoutez  des feuilletons, ou au contraire est-ce possible?

La densité de la population mondiale s´accroît de 80 millions par an. Dans des pays tels que le Mali, la Côte d´Ivoire et le Burkina Faso, la femme  accouche et met  au monde entre 5 et 8 enfants. Pour les familles les plus défavorisées, cela entraîne des conséquences directes et terribles: mourir d´inanition ou vendre leurs enfants à des trafiquants de personnes.

Francês

Soaps for Social Change

You can't solve the world's problems sitting around listening to soap operas. Or can you?

The world's population is growing by 80 million annually. In countries such as Mali, Ivory Coast and Burkina Faso, the average woman gives birth to between five and eight children.  For the poorest families, this can lead to dire consequences and ugly choices; face starvation or give children up to human traffickers.

Inglês

How to End Human Trafficking

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This Changemakers competition identified some of the most promising and powerful solutions to the problem of human trafficking. The leading ideas and practices were sourced from the 69 competition entries from 22 countries, and also from the online discussion posts, that were submitted during the three-month competition. Changemakers hosted this competition from March 15 to June 15, 2005 in partnership with the Polaris Project and Vital Voices Global Partnership.

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