The Jakarta Globe
June 4, 2013
Even with heavy monsoon rains, about 100 individuals, including former child laborers took bravery marched through Nepal on June 4, 2013, calling for an end to child enslavement. This traditional practice in the Himalayan culture, is an unfortunate decision that impoverished families have to make, selling their daughters into lifelong bondage. This protest was motivated by the death of a 12-year old girl in late March. To read the full article, click here.