Rich and poor connect

11th February 2000 at 00:00
Christian Aid is proposing to launch a children's website about global issues including child labourers and fairly-traded chocolate. Youngsters in rich and poor countries are being encouraged tolearn about each other and play games like KarpetKidz where you rescue child labourers from an Indian carpet factory. The site will be launched next month.

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