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Title Dateline: Childhood Lost?/Sugihara's List/Date with the Devil
Published Australia : SBS ONE, 2014
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Summary CHILDHOOD LOST?While many countries are trying to eradicate child labour, Bolivia is doing the opposite... a new law has lowered the minimum working age to 10. The change came after children themselves led a protest demanding the right to work, but it hasn't been welcomed by everyone. On Tuesday's Dateline, David O'Shea investigates the controversy surrounding Bolivia's child workers. The law safeguards the right to education and healthcare, and for some family businesses in this impoverished country, it's proving a godsend. But there's concern that it's also a green light for the exploitation of children. So how young is too young to join the world of work? SUGIHARA'S LISTOskar Schindler's work to save the lives of hundreds of Jews in the Second World War is known worldwide, thanks in part to his story being immortalised in a Hollywood film. What's less well-known is that a Japanese diplomat saved the lives of many more Jews by disobeying his government's orders. It's a fascinating story that has captured the imagination of an Australian theatre company. It has taken the tale of Chiune Sugihara to the stage of the New York Fringe Festival, where Aaron Thomas caught up with them for Tuesday's Dateline. In the audience was 91-year-old Holocaust survivor Lilly Singer, who got to relive the moments that changed the course of her and her family's lives. She feels she never properly thanked Sugihara for the sacrifices he made. It's estimated there are now more than 40,000 descendants alive today because of his bravery.DATE WITH THE DEVILDemand for priests to perform exorcisms in Italy is on the rise, as an increasing number of Roman Catholics say they've been possessed by demons. On Tuesday's Dateline, there's another chance to see Nick Lazaredes' 2012 report on the resurgence in popularity of the centuries-old ritual of exorcising the devil. The Catholic church doesn't often allow the filming of exorcisms, but Nick was given a rare opportunity to watch as a woman who complained of nightmares and headaches went through the intense and distressing experience. But some dismiss it as a fraud and say it's just a marketing ploy to put the fear of God into people and get them back into church. So are they suffering from demonic possession or just a delusion?
Notes Closed captioning in English
Event Broadcast 2014-11-11 at 21:30:00
Notes Classification: NC
Subject Child labor -- Government policy.
Exorcism -- Psychological aspects.
Family-owned business enterprises.
Spiritual life -- Christianity.
Jewish refugees -- Travel.
New York (State) -- New York.
Form Streaming video
Author Rao, Anjali, host
Lazaredes, Nick, reporter
O'Shea, David, reporter
Thomas, Aaron, reporter
Kadish, Anna, contributor
Liau, Brian, contributor
Main, Monica, contributor
Singer, Lilly, contributor
Sugihara, Chiune, contributor