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Living with Stones: Children of the Mines
The stone quarries of Gujarat resound with the patter of tiny arms and legs straining to break large hunks of stone. These are the children of migrant mineworkers, displaced from their homes, separated from friends and pulled out of school, as their parents seek a temporary livelihoods in the stone quarries of Gujarat .
This film, which is a part
of a CHILDLINE Report, examines the uprooted lives of these
children who are forced, by circumstances, into hard physical
labour; in the context of the mammoth, financially viable
cement industry of India .
Children Across the Fence: Immigrant Children
Far away from 'home', lost, bewildered and directionless the children of Bangladeshi refugees are fast being sucked into a precarious existence fraught with criminal influences, as their parents watch helplessly
Part of a CHILDLINE report on Bangladeshi refugee children, this film examines the vulnerability of the displaced children in the context of the political, social and economic lapse surrounding their lives.
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