Radio Europe Interview

On Tuesday, July 1, I was a guest on the Boland show on Radio Europe Mediterraneo, the largest English language radio station in Spain. The producer of the show contacted me after researching child labor in India and coming across my website and book. The twenty-minute interview was a discussion about the various sides of child labor in India and the conflicting issues surrounding how to get children out of the workforce.

Click here to listen to the interview in QuickTime

In other news, during the month of July this blog made it into the Top 100 on WordPress! Each day WordPress rates and lists the top blogs and blog postings. On July 2, my Post “The Girl Who Silenced the U.N. for Five Minutes” was the 59th most popular posting – out of more than 130,000 posts that day!!

About Shelley Seale

Shelley is a wanderer and student of the world, yoga chick, voracious reader and dog lover. She pounds the keyboard as a freelance writer, author and publication designer, based in Austin, Texas when she isn't traipsing around the globe. Shelley has written for National Geographic, USA Today, The Guardian, The Week, Fodor's, The Telegraph and Texas Monthly, among others. Shelley has performed a catch on the flying trapeze, boarded down a live volcano, and was once robbed by a monkey in India. But she doesn’t know how to whistle.

Posted on July 7, 2008, in child labor, children, global, India, interview, media, news, radio, shelley seale, slavery, trafficking and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. Yea, Shelley! You sounded so put together and well prepared on the radio. Very proud of what you’re doing. And congrats on the Top 100!

  2. Once again, Shelley, I cannot tell you how proud I am of you as a mother and also as a human being aching for the children you love and support so whole-heartedly. I have just finished listening to your radio interview and was extremely impressed with the way you conducted yourself and the vast knowledge you shared. I’ve always known you possessed these qualities, but to see and hear it in action overwhelms me. It makes me feel that my life has had meaning as well if I could have, in even a small way, contributed to the compassionate, intelligent person you have become. Not only seeing the problems of the world; but, unlike most of us, actually going into that world and actively trying to make changes. It makes my heart full to know you are my daughter.

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