The history of children and youth in the Republic of Panama

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Comunicado del Movimiento de la Juventud Kuna
6 de octubre de 1996. El Movimiento de la Juventud Kuna (MJK), denuncia las maniobras tras el objetivo de instalar en nuestra Comarca Kuna Yala una Base Naval para, supuestamente, la guerra contra el narcotràfico, ademàs, por la inseguridad en la frontera.
New Effort to End Child Labour
By David Carrasco, IPS, 8 December 1999. Panama is making new efforts to stamp out child labour, a growing problem. The last labour survey, taken in 1994, revealed that some 50,000 children and adolescents over the age of 10 had dropped out of school in order to work.