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Testimony to World of Working Children
Testimony to World of Working Children
Thursday, March 08, 2018

Testimony to World of Working Children

Thursday, March 08, 2018

Testimony to World of Working Children

A group photo exhibition on labor children will be held at Ibn-Sina Cultural Center in Tehran.
Titled ‘Govah’ (testimony), the exhibit is organized by the Society for Protection of Working and Street Children with branches in the poor neighborhoods of Tehran and Alborz provinces, ILNA reported.
Govah opens on March 10 and will run till March 14. On display at the exhibit are a series of photographs taken to familiarize audience with the world of labor children. 
According to the exhibit’s statement, visitors will be shocked to see how different their world is.
 

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