The international conference on Child Abuse/Labor (Rights of Children), (14th Global combined)

Venue: Los Angeles-Anaheim Convention Center California, USA,

Location: Los Angeles, California, United States

Event Date/Time: Jul 06, 2010 End Date/Time: Jul 21, 2010
Registration Date: May 22, 2010
Early Registration Date: May 15, 2010
Abstract Submission Date: May 21, 2010
Paper Submission Date: May 21, 2010
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MY OWN 1)Invites and postings

1)World Human Rights Organization(Affiliated with United Nations)
We are inviting you to our 14th Global Combined Conference taking place from
6th-13th July 2010 in Los Angeles-Anaheim Convention Center California, USA,
and 14th-21st July 2010 in
Thong Nhat Conference Hall Location: Saigon, Vietnam (Asia) which is the
"The international conference on Child Abuse/Labor (Rights of Children)"

The Summit will focus on

1)New world vision against the practice of Child Abuse/Labor in the new millennium.

2)Promoting greater awareness concerning the practice of child labor.

3)lead to decisive action at the international level to help those who suffer on a daily basis
Child Abuse/Labor.

4)Striking affiliations and partnerships and exploring better ways of sourcing funds for
various activities

5)DEVELOP strategies to manage evidential challenges in historic and everyday abuse claims.

We welcome company and personal group delegations,Inter-Governmental and
Non-Governmental Organizations (NGO)

A number of useful informal meetings have already taken place in different parts of the world.
We expect that this event can and should give a powerful impetus to the work of laying the foundation
for a successful combat against the scourge of Child Abuse/Labor.

Interested applicants should visit our website and fill our application form.

Please note mininum delegates in a group 3 and maximum of 10 in a group.

Give us a call or send us an email

World Human Rights organization.
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San Francisco. CA, 94114.


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