Category Archives: Ethics & Religion

Schoolboys – do you want to make money during your holidays?

This page is from the Montreal newspaper The Daily World. It appeared in 1926.  Do you think this ad conveys the same feeling and ideas as the artwork in the  The Money Makers | Les Faiseurs d’argent  post?  Are the moral issues the same?

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Blog Action Day 2014

Bravo to the 22 student bloggers below who took part in the 2014 edition of Blog Action Day.

blog action day 2014

Each 2-person team below tackled one aspect of the topic: Children’s Unequal Access to Basic Human Rights.

 

Access To Information Pt.1 | Blog Action 2014 Continue reading

The Money Makers | Les Faiseurs d’argent

During our study of the Charter of Childrens’ Rights, Quebec in the early 1900s, and finally our reading of the novel Iqbal, we’ve been looking at child labour at home and around the world. We’ve looked at it through the eyes of historians, social activists and novelists.

Another way to look at the issue of child labour is through the eyes of an artist. One type of artist is the political cartoonist. What you see below is a an example of a political cartoon which comes from a Quebec magazine from over 100 years ago!

What does this image tell you about child labour in Quebec in 1912? Continue reading

Christianity (Sacraments And Symbols)

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