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Rescued Indian Children Sketch Life in Slavery

Menacing dogs, violent bosses and a house left empty because its inhabitants are always working, these are the grim images of family life created by Indian children raised in bonded labor. A series of drawings by children rescued from forced labor in brick kilns, rice mills and woodcutting units has given social workers a unique insight into the intensity and extent of trauma they experience. As the government intensifies its efforts to account for child labor, campaigners say it is...

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