Here is a video of child slaves in Ghana. After you read the story, you can also go to the web site below and tell the people of Ghana what you think. (Be forewarned that some of them there support slavery and/or see nothing wrong with it.) http://www.ghanaweb.com/GhanaHomePage/sil2/l.php Nuff Respect, Young Bajan. *********** Visit this web site and click on the panels on the right to see the visit. http://tv.oneworld.net/tapestry?story=57&window=full OneWorld: where the good guys gang up OneWorld pioneers internet and mobile phone applications that the world's poorest people can use, and that help people everywhere understand global problems oneworld.org Investigate child labour in Ghana created by Rose McCausland on 14th April 2002. subject: Youth Zone. Ghana has a strong legal framework which sets a minimum employment age of 15 years. However, in practice child labour is widespread. Economic circumstances compel children to become wage earners at an early age. There has been an increasing use of child workers in fishing enterprises, where they are forced to work long hours, under dangerous conditions, cut off from their families. Find out more about what life is like for these fisher boys. How is the International Labour Organisation is working with the Ghanaian government to tackle this problem.