1999 Pediatric Nursing Humanitarian Award Recipient: Craig Kielburger, Founder of Free the Children

Leyden, Christine G.; Schmitt, Brendon R.
September 1999
Pediatric Nursing;Sep/Oct99, Vol. 25 Issue 5, p522
Academic Journal
Features Craig Kielburger, recipient of the 1999 Pediatric Nursing Humanitarian Award and founder of Free the Children (FTC), International. Background of FTC; Efforts of Kielburger and FTC to end child labor; His trip in Southeast Asia to understand child laborers conditions; Accomplishments of FTC.


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