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Fraud Item: 7th World Congress on Child Labour 2010

Fraudulent message

Date sent: Sat, 26 Dec 2009 21:38:21 +0100
From: "online info"


Children are the fuel of life, without them there is no future.

Dear Friend

We cordially invite you to participate in the 7th World Congress, on child labour and Child exploitation. We are concerned about the position of children in countries where economic boom conditions has created an enormous demand for labour and particularly cheap labour, which children can provide. These and many other issues will be addressed in this forth coming conference.

The 7th World Congress, on child labour and Child exploitation is been organized by the International Child Welfare Organization (ICWO) supported by United Nation (UN) in collaboration with other NGO’s and our benevolent donors. The event takes place from 17th – 20th February 2010 in New York, U.S.A, and 23rd – 26th February 2010 in DAKAR-SENEGAL.

The second part of the conference in Senegal was fixed because Senegal has been the base, where traffickers, traffic children and mostly young girls into Europe, where about 5 to 6 thousand victims were rescued between January to October 2009.

If you are interested to participate and represent your country, you may contact the secretariat for details and more information. Below you will find the contact email address of the conference secretariat by email:

You may get back to me via my email address below: OR

Children are our future. Their future is in your hands.

Ms. marian bello


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