May 18, 2007

Stolen Childhoods on Public Television


"Stolen Childhoods" has been syndicated to all PBS stations by South Carolina Public Television.
ETV release

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Stolen Childhoods available in Portuguese

Stolen Childhoods has been been made available with Portuguese subtitles at the Missao Crianca website

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April 15, 2008

Global Child Labor and Human Trafficking Conference

STOLEN CHILDHOODS will be screened on April 25th at 7pm for the conference at Drew Univerisity in Madison, New Jersey. A Q&A with the filmmakers will follow the screening. The conference is hosted by Drew University's Master of Arts Teaching Program and the International Center on Child Labor and Education.

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Ofelia Medina to voice Stolen Childhoods for Mexico

STOLEN CHILDHOODS is to run on UNAM-TV in Mexico on April 24th, the International Day of the Child, with a Spanish narration by Ofelia Medina.

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Coffee Kids appear in Concern Viral

Images of kids laboring in Misarara coffee plantation in Kenya will appear in a viral internet ad for Irish NGO Concern
Concern website

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October 22, 2008

Stolen Childhoods Screens in India

Stolen Childhoods has been selected for screening at The 7 Islands International Film Festival in Mumbai, January 2009. The festival focuses on social change through non violence.

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Stolen Childhoods and International Human Rights Day

Stolen Childhoods will be shown in Waterford, Ireland on December 10th as part of the observance of Human Rights Day which marks the United Nations adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

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January 29, 2010

New Reduced Pricing!

Stolen Childhoods and Rescuing Emmanuel DVDs now available for $25 for individuals, $50 for NGOs, public libraries and high schools and $175 for universities. Click here.

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