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#RaiseYourHandForKids social media challenge aims to end child labour

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                            On May 5, the #RaiseYourHandForKids campaign took off on social media for the 5th World Conference on the Elimination of Child Labour.



Thousands of people and organizations from dozens of countries have already joined the challenge as of May 11, raising their hands to make a difference for children.

Anyone in the world can join by posting to their personal social media accounts.

Guidelines for joining the challenge are available here (https://bit.ly/3w8ZJB2) and include the following steps:

Draw a big smiley face in the palm of your hand.  Ask someone to take a picture of you or take a selfie with your hand up.  Post it on social media, add the hashtag #RaiseYourHandForKids and tag 3 friends.


Some of the notable participants so far include ministers and government officials from South Africa to the Philippines to Trinidad and Tobago;  senior officials from the ILO, the United Nations Secretariat, UNICEF and many other international agencies;  NGOs, including organizations in Colombia, Tunisia and Uganda;  and social partners from Switzerland to South Africa.

The 5th World Conference on the Elimination of Child Labor calls on individuals, organizations and celebrities to join the challenge.

Twitter: https://bit.ly/3wajLv7

Instagram: https://bit.ly/3syjpw8  

Instagram: https://bit.ly/3styvD2  

Facebook: https://bit.ly/38rgONx

LinkedIn: https://bit.ly/3FJr7Zu

Twitter: https://bit.ly/3MiQlkg

The event will take place May 15-20 at the Inkosi Albert Luthuli International Convention Center (ICC) Complex in Durban, South Africa.

More information at https://bit.ly/3FJC7Gh
#RaiseYourHandForKids social media challenge aims to end child labour

On May 5, the #RaiseYourHandForKids campaign took off on social media for the 5th World Conference on the Elimination of Child Labour.

Thousands of people and organizations from dozens of countries have already joined the challenge as of May 11, raising their hands to make a difference for children.

Anyone in the world can join by posting to their personal social media accounts.

Guidelines for joining the challenge are available here (https://bit.ly/3w8ZJB2) and include the following steps:

Draw a big smiley face in the palm of your hand. Ask someone to take a picture of you or take a selfie with your hand up. Post it on social media, add the hashtag #RaiseYourHandForKids and tag 3 friends.

Some of the notable participants so far include ministers and government officials from South Africa to the Philippines to Trinidad and Tobago; senior officials from the ILO, the United Nations Secretariat, UNICEF and many other international agencies; NGOs, including organizations in Colombia, Tunisia and Uganda; and social partners from Switzerland to South Africa.

The 5th World Conference on the Elimination of Child Labor calls on individuals, organizations and celebrities to join the challenge.

Twitter: https://bit.ly/3wajLv7

Instagram: https://bit.ly/3syjpw8

Instagram: https://bit.ly/3styvD2

Facebook: https://bit.ly/38rgONx

LinkedIn: https://bit.ly/3FJr7Zu

Twitter: https://bit.ly/3MiQlkg

The event will take place May 15-20 at the Inkosi Albert Luthuli International Convention Center (ICC) Complex in Durban, South Africa.

More information at https://bit.ly/3FJC7Gh

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