The Price of Childhood (2010)

13 Jul

90m; U.S./Nepal

Director: Kan Yan

Synopsis: The story of child laborers in Nepal is a story of ethnic oppression, simple cruelty and remarkable hope. The Price of Childhood seeks to explain this phenomenon through the narratives of those who live with child labor—children, parents, owners, activists, government officials, scholars, and normal folks we meet along the way. In better understanding the situation from these various perspectives, the film aims to assist in improving the lives of those who suffer.



<p><a href=”″>Price of Childhood Trailer</a> from <a href=””>Kan Yan</a> on <a href=””>Vimeo</a&gt;.</p>

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Posted by on July 13, 2012 in Children, Documentary, Organizing


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