Laboring Children, the Small Broken Screws

In Asia, the Middle East, Latin America, and even the United States, many children are forced to work under very poor working conditions. They work overtime and are not paid for their work. They are confined, beaten, and are even deprived of the freedom to go home. These children continue to be exposed to physical and psychological dangers. How do we protect their rights? How can the global community help?

About the Documentary
Stolen Childhoods

Because of poverty or debt, children are forced to work in factories that pay low wages; they struggle to survive at the bottom of society. The film probes into the issue of child labor across various countries, including India, Pakistan, Brazil, Indonesia, Kenya, Mexico, Nepal, and the United States. It traces how each country deals with the issue. This documentary is the first of its kind that discusses the worldwide phenomenon of child labor.