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Transcript of Craig Kielburger
accomplishments Craig Kielburger is a hero because he set a goal which was to end child labor, he encountered obstacles that he faced positively and now his hard work is getting paid little by little because more and more children are being freed from child labor and getting what they deserve, like education. Many youths were inspired by Craig Kielburger and now beginning to take a step to help and fight against child labor. Craig taught us to appreciate things that we have because most of the people do not have somethings that we have, but most of all Craig taught us that nothing is impossible and that children, no matter what age they are, they can make a difference. One of Craig Kielburger's guide is Alma Rahman, who guided him on his seven week trip in Asia. The eleven friends of Craig who joined him in building and funding Free the children are some of his helpers because with out them Craig would have to do all the work alone like sending out letters and faxing leaders about child labor. Craig Kielburger's brother Marc, who is the co-founder of Free the Children is also one of his helpers because he supported him and helped fund the charity. Free the children's volunteers are also Craig's helpers because without them the Kielburger brother's would have to do all the work which will take up a lot of time. The financial supporters of Free the children are also considered helpers because without them Free the Children's programs would never come to life. Also the children themselves are considered helpers of Craig because they inspire him to continue his work. Craig Kielburger is a Canadian activist for the rights of children, who opened the eyes of many people about child labour at a very young age. He was born in Thornhill, Ontario on December 17, 1982. Craig went to University of Toronto, where he graduated with a degree of Peace and Conflict studies. Craig is known because of his organization named Free the Children. Craig Kielburger's goal was to end child labour and to help the children at the same time. How did it all started? Craig Kielburger decided to take an action about child labour after reading an article on a Wednesday morning in 1995 about a 12 year old boy, Iqbal Masih, a former slave in Pakistan, who was murdered after he spoke out about debt slavery, and advocate for the children's right. One of the greatest accomplishments of Craig Kielburger are the projects that Free the Children had done like the schools, rehabilitation centers, medical clinics and more. Having a lot of countries now that are adopting the elimination of child labor is also considered an achievement for Craig. Craig Kielburger's guides and helpers