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12/06/2020: World Day against the exploitation of child labor, President Bonsi “we have to act worldwide, no one touches the children”
In 2002 the International Labor Organization (ILO) called World Day against Child Labor to draw attention to the worldwide phenomenon of children victims of forced labor.
“Worldwide, it is estimated that over 168 million children are victims of forced child labor” -says President Bonsi-.
It has been calculated that in some of the poorest countries in the world, one in four children is trapped in a life of total deprivation of law.
Sub-Saharan Africa is in first place, but Africa is not the only continent to be involved in this horror that does not stop, but rather worsens.
Asia, the Pacific region, Latin America and the Caribbean are just some of the areas where the sad phenomenon is rampant.
Here children are employed in various forms of risky work, in contact with agricultural chemicals and pesticides or with dangerous machinery.
In Asian, Latin American and African metropolises, children are increasingly used to collect waste for recycling.
The worst forms of child exploitation also include sexual exploitation, the sale of organs and the sale of children for mere commercial purposes.
These are atrocities that must disappear.
I hope that the international institutions and the various states decide to take concrete action.
Urgent action is needed especially in areas affected by conflict and calamities, because wars and natural disasters have a catastrophic impact on children who are immediately recruited to stem the economic collapse and allow communities on their knees to at least survive.
All of this is monstrous.
Protesting is of no use, we must act immediately and without delay.
We have said it many times and we will always repeat it: no one touches the children and whoever does it is our enemy”.
The decision was made today during a meeting between the President of the Templar Nation, the Minister of Foreign Affairs and the Ambassador to Countries of the SAARC.
45 years old, private investigator, she is the first woman to be appointed Ambassador of the Templar Nation.
10/06/2021: Ambassador of the Templar Nation to Armenia Vardan Balayan, « I have seen death and devastation everywhere »
In a letter sent directly to the President, Ambassador Balayan retraced the terrible days of the war between Azerbaijan and Armenia for the possession of Karabakh, a conflict too soon forgotten.