What are the causes and consequences of the phenomenon of left-behind children in China? Independent researcher Lin Zhibin shares stories from left-behind children. She reflects on the societal and policy changes which need to take place in order to protect the dignity and well-being of migrating families.
Recorded by citizen journalists Hermann Aubie, Kanako Kuramitso, Ning Ninghu, and Dragon Film Factory during the EU-China Civil Society Dialogue on Left-Behind Children. This three day dialogue forum organised by the University of Nottingham Ningbo China and the University of Nottingham, UK took place in Ningbo from 20-22 February 2012 and involved 64 participants from European and Chinese civil society, government, think tanks, academia, and media. Disclaimer:
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