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Entries in children (4)

Thursday
Jan302014

The Meaning Behind a Photo: Children, Photo Journalism, and Social Good Campaigns

girl curled up inside chalk drawing

Have you seen this photograph? I saw it for the first time the other day when a friend shared it on facebook. When I found out that the picture is not at all what it was being passed off as, I felt deceived, and it got me thinking about the way we use photos to tell stories, especially when those photos involve children.

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Thursday
Oct102013

How To Boost the Confidence of an Insecure Tween?

sad boy looks out at the world

A reader wrote to me this week with a question. It isn't something that I've had to handle with my kids (yet) or that I have any specific expertise on, but I do think it is an important question and know that I have really smart readers. So I asked the person who sent it if I could post it on the blog and she agreed. Please come and help her out with some sound advice on boosting the confidence of an insecure tween.

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Tuesday
Jul022013

Is poverty inevitable for Canada's Indigenous children? 

Canada ranks 25th among the 30 countries in the OECD with regard to child poverty. Among immigrant, racialized and Indigenous communities the child poverty rate even higher than the Canadian average. In particular, 50% (HALF!) of status First Nations children live in poverty. This is unacceptable.

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Thursday
Sep272012

Images of Bangladesh

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