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Am I not your child? On show at Morley College, Linda Skuse's exhibit entitled "Am I not your child?" (pictured) argues for the elimination of child labour. The pot is a comment on Josiah Wedgewood's anti-slavery pendant of 1787, because at the same time, Wedgewood's factories employed children in conditions akin to slavery. Linda's pot features pendants of child labourers, including a #Nepalese child (pictured). For more details of the exhibition at Morley go to bit.ly/made2017.
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Friday 24 February is a public holiday in Nepal, to celebrate the festival of Maha ShivaRatri, a Hindu festival celebrated annually in honour of the god Shiva. It is a solemn and mindful festival, where worshippers remember the value of restraint and asceticism, and think about virtue, kindness to others and honesty. Maha ShivaRatri is celebrated throughout Nepal, and especially at Pasupatinath Temple, pictured. ... See MoreSee Less

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Nepal's brilliant transgender model, Anjali Lama, recently appeared on the catwalk at a top Indian fashion show. Later, Anjali spoke to the BBC about the challenges of being transgender and the need to keep fighting for what you want. Life is a struggle for a lot of people in Nepal, where one person in four lives in poverty, and it's often hard to get an education, healthcare and employment. ... See MoreSee Less

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Take on Kidasha's Highland Challenge. Paddle, Pedal or Plod to raise money for vulnerable children in Nepal

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