Anti-Slavery Society: Bonded Child Labor. 2003 <http://www.anti-slaverysociety.addr.com/bclab.htm> - This is an organization against all types of "modern slavery." They had a section on Bonded Child Labor, which helped in writing the Bonded Child Labor section.
Bachman, Sally, Journalist. Telephone Interview. 9 January 2004. - Sally Bachman is a journalist who writes articles about child labor. We interviewed her over the phone to write the interview section of the website.
Bachman, Sally. (2004, January 11, 11:23 PM). [E-Mail to Asif], [On-Line].
Available E-Mail: (e-mail not shown due to ThinkQuest site requirements) - This email from Sally Bachman described some solutions at many levels: International, National and Local.
Bachman, Sally. (2004, January 11, 11:29 PM). [E-Mail to Asif], [On-Line].
Available E-Mail: (e-mail not shown due to ThinkQuest site requirements) - This email from Sally Bachman discussed statistics on child labor.
- This email from Sally Bachman discussed statistics on child labor.
Bachman, Sally. Child Labor: Frequently Asked Questions. <http://www.childlaborphotoproject.org/childlabor.html> - This is an FAQ by Sally Bachman appears on the site of one of the organizations she works for. (Global Village: Photography for a Social Change.) The FAQ discusses many things regarding child labor including why it occurs, possible solutions, and what it is.
Bachman, Sally. Yahoo! Groups: childlabor - Child Labor, Workers, Labor of
Love Project. 2003 <http://groups.yahoo.com/group/childlabor/message/1> - This is a Yahoo.com group led by Sally Bachman. It publishes a newsletter roughly once a month on child labor issues and news.
Barboza, David. "Phom Penh Journal; Children Scavenge a Life, of Sorts, in
the Garbage." The New York Times 25 August 2003, national ed. - This site discussed child trash collectors in Cambodia's capital.
Corbett, Sara. "The Lost Boys of Sudan; The Long, Long, Long Road to Fargo."
The New York Times 1 April 2001, national ed. - This is a New York Times article on some boys from Sudan, (in Africa), who were affected by civil war there and eventually came to the United States to be rehabilitated.
Global March Against Child Labor. 2003 <http://globalmarch.org/index.php> - GlobalMarch.org is a site dedicated to stopping exploitative child labor. They have lots of high quality information on their site.
Hossain, Mohammad. Child Labour in Bangladesh: Magnitude, Trends, and
Features. <http://www.cwa.tnet.co.th/booklet/Bangladesh.htm> - This webpage gave a lot of information on Child Labor in Bangladesh as well as many tables and statistics on it.
Kahn, Joseph. "Chinese Girls' Toil Brings Pain, not Riches." The New York
Times 2 October, 2002, national ed.:A12 - This New York Times article tells the story of two Chinese girls who worked in a fake eyelash factory.
Mayell, Hillary. "West African Countries Mobilize Against Child Slavery."
National Geographic 24 April 2001 - This site discusses slavery in children in West African countries.
McKenzie, Glenn. "In Nigeria, Desperate Boys Enter Child Trade." The New York
Times 24 October 2003, national ed.:A16 - This New York Times article dicusses the plight of two desperate boys involved in child labor.
Onishi, Norimitsu. "The Bondage of Poverty that Produces Chocolate." The New
York Times 29 July 2001, national ed. - This article discusses child labor's relationship to chocolate.
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