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Trafficking Facts

Al Jazeera at the centre

We were delighted to receive Tania Page and the Al Jazeera team a few weeks ago. Al Jazeera report  (on our YouTube channel) There are some schools opening up for child labourers, but these are the children of the planters.  Those that have been trafficked will never have a chance to go to school, they are […]

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First Repatriation

Thrilled to be able to say that our first repatriation took place on Wednesday! Our 6.5 year old girl has returned home to Burkina Faso with her father.  It’s not been an easy case, we initially thought she would stay with us for some time and our local Prosecutor has been very supportive. Back in […]

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New Arrivals

As the end of the year is approaching, we are concerned about the future of the centre. We have children in the centre which has made life very busy with different cases.  Despite relentlessly posting on Twitter (@CREER_RCI ) and on our Facebook group we’re finding it difficult to access funding from public or private donors.  We’re in […]

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Worrying Situation in Cote d’Ivoire

The press have finally started talking about the worrying situation in Cote d’Ivoire. The afternoon of my arrival in Abengourou in December 2014, the story was told of a 14 or 15 year old girl who in October was snatched in town near school around 6.00pm, just as the sun sets.  She is believed to […]

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Street children: A conceptual approach

C.R.E.E.R.: brief # 1 By Sébastien Jadot – Policy Analyst, C.R.E.E.R Forewords It is always a privilege to be a part of a new project. It is even more rewarding when the project is teamed with partners from a variety of backgrounds that are all related in one way or another to Africa. All of […]

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Adieu Robin

It’s with a very heavy heart that we have to say goodbye to the talented film maker U. Roberto Romano who drew the world’s attention to child slavery in ‘The Dark Side of Chocolate’, ‘Shady Chocolate’ & ‘The Harvest’ amongst others. For C.R.E.E.R he was an advocate of human rights, unafraid to take on the […]

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What hope is there?

A great thanks is owed to Miki Mistrati & Ange Aboa for creating this new online documentary from Burkina Faso, released this morning. What hope is there for these children & families where the boys aged as young as 12 without any education feel the need to go & work on cocoa plantations to earn […]

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Syndicated: organized crime and human trafficking

Very interesting piece on human trafficking that could be applied anywhere in the world. Particularly after one of our followers alerted us to this situation with a young Egyptian girl ‘sold’ to a Nigerian Senator http://news.peacefmonline.com/news/201307/169804.php

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Akwaba Sébastien!

We are thrilled to welcome Sébastien Jadot to the C.R.E.E.R team, based in Brussels, Belgium; seat of the EU government he has an excellent background to join C.R.E.E.R as a Policy Analyst and on a benevolent level. Sébastien wrote an excellent article on the historical & political background to cocoa farming; highlighting the reasons why […]

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STOP PRESS from Friday 12th July 2013

Following our STOP PRESS piece on Friday, here are the two articles mentioned. A massive thanks goes to C.R.E.E.R’s Vice President in Cote d’Ivoire who retrieved these articles!  Please note these children are going to ‘several NGO’s’ but many we suspect will be orphanages who aren’t used to dealing with the emotional needs of these […]

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