Global March Against Child Labour: From Exploitation to Education
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The Global Campaign for Education (GCE) is a civil society movement that aims to end the global education crisis.  Together we hold governments to account for their promises repeatedly made to provide Education for All.  The GCE's mission is to make sure that governments act now to deliver the right of every girl, boy, woman and man to a free quality public education. Global March is represented on the Board of the GCE which meets regularly each year.

The GCE is currently seeking applications for the position of Head of Policy of its international secretariat located in Johannesburg, South Africa or London, UK, and details can be found on the GCE web site by clicking here. The deadline for applications is 2 November 2011.

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The Global March Against Child Labour is a movement to mobilise worldwide efforts to protect and promote the rights of all children, especially the right to receive a free, meaningful education and to be free from economic exploitation and from performing any work that is likely to be harmful to the child's physical, mental, spiritual, moral or social development.