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Nor is the suffering limited to children in developing countries.

I think tremendous change has taken place since the World Summit for Children in 1990.

The real solution is to improve the incomes of the poor and provide their children with decent education.

In working with UNICEF our corporate partners have demonstrated time and again that their financial resources, leadership and expertise can bring about real and lasting benefits for the world's children.

And each of us can practice rights ourselves, treating each other without discrimination, respecting each other's dignity and rights.

Here once again education is crucial, it enables children to be become more aware of their rights and to exercise them in a respectful manner which helps them shape their own future.

We must ensure that while eliminating child labor in the export industry, we are also eliminating their labour from the informal sector, which is more invisible to public scrutiny - and thus leaves the children more open to abuse and exploitation.

New legislation has just been adopted by the International Labour Organization on the Worst Forms of Child Labor, such as bonded labour, prostitution and hazardous work.

For example, UNICEF works with governments to change legislation such as in India where a law was passed raising the age of compulsory school completion to keep children in school and away from the workplace for longer.

By ratifying the Convention, governments become legally bound to implement the rights therein.

Children have in the past and continue to influence policy makers.

I think he is an entertainer. I would prefer if he were a performer.

It's estimated that there may be two hundred and fifty million children in the world engaged in some form of exploitative child labour.

Northern Uganda presents a situation of extraordinary violation of the rights of children.

UNICEF has repeatedly called on governments to ensure basic services for children and this includes providing food where the need exists.

And most importantly perhaps, children can learn about their rights, share their knowledge with the children of other nations, identify problems with them and establish how they might work together to address them.

Corporate partners help UNICEF fund our programmes for children, advocate with us on their behalf, or facilitate our work through logistical, technical, research or supply support.

I came into a strong organization, and I hope I strengthened it more and expanded its capacity to deal with some of the challenges that might not have seemed as great 10 years ago, such as H.I.V., AIDS and children affected by war.

In choosing global corporate partners UNICEF emphasises compatibility with our core values and looks to build alliances that advance our mission of ensuring the health, education, equality and protection for all the world's children.

Instant telecommunication allows better and updated information, lessons learnt and problems encountered to be exchanged and debated, it alerts us more quickly to problems and brings to many households around the world visions and information which hopefully spur us to action.