News and Research
See below for a curated selection of news and other literature pertaining to China's left-behind children.
A generation left behind
Li Yikui is a 13-year-old boy who radiates warmth and friendliness. But inside he is hurting. Yikui has not seen his father in four years. His mother visits just once a year.
Left-Behind Children in China and How They Impact Businesses
CCR CSR Exective Director Ines Kaempfer talks about how left-behind children in China impact businesses and why more companies should take steps to address child rights in their operations.
Left-Behind Children in Rural China: Research Based on the Use of Qualitative Methods in Inner Mongolia
The overall aim of this research is to explore the experiences of children‘s being left behind at home, at school and in the community from the perspectives of four main groups of stakeholders: left-behind children, their guardians, their parents and their teachers.