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bringing up mother!

Volumes are written about how to bring up children. Everyone who is someone seems to have their own theory about how best to do it. If one feels that sparing a rod helps spoil the child, then another radically different one claims that children should be raised as free spirits. 1,077 more words


Is Your Child Being Bullied? 9 Steps You Can Take as a Parent, by Janet Lehman

At some point, your child will be picked on or will have his or her feelings hurt by others. We all have our trials and tribulations with our kids, no matter who we are. 118 more words

Child Advocacy

'Noble' - A Film Review

Many years ago I read an inspiring book called ‘Bridge Across My Sorrows’ by Christina Noble. It documented the astonishing life of this feisty and fearless Irish heroine who survived and overcame a traumatic and brutal childhood in Ireland, to become a champion for children’s rights in Vietnam. 560 more words

Film Review

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By Sarah Wilson

ChildFund’s Small Voices Big Dreams survey asks children in NZ and around the world their views on important issues

ChildFund wants Kiwi children aged 10 to 12 years to have their views heard worldwide in the largest global survey of children’s opinions. Now in its sixth year, ChildFund’s Small Voices Big Dreams survey asks children their views on important issues.   140 more words

Child Advocacy

50 Things You Can Do To Make Your Kids Street Smart, By Chonce Maddox

Are your children equipped to manage and make decisions when you aren’t present?

When my son was 4-years-old last year and we had a small fire in the kitchen, I wondered the same thing. 269 more words

Child Advocacy