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Child Labor In North korea
Transcript of Child Labor In North korea
Companies that use child labor in North Korea
Social /Cultural Norms
"Big businesses like Nike, McDonalds, Disney and even Girl Scouts have been exposed to use child workers to make their products"
Child labor in North Korea
The once-dominant Confucian culture—with its emphasis on respect for ancestors, age, and seniority—continues to influence Korean family, work, and social life, albeit to a lesser degree than in the past.
In North Korea they have been numerous reports of child 're-education through labor', where youths are placed in labor camps as punishment for political offences. Although the country's secretive government has officially outlawed underage work, school children can be seen working in factories and fields.
Child labor as defined by the International Labor Organization is "work that deprives children of their childhood, their potential and their dignity, and that is harmful to their physical and mental development"
Child Labor Offender
By: Francisco Araiza & Cesar Avila
Department of State efforts to advocate for the best interest of North Korean children residing outside North Korea or children of one North Korean parent living in other countries who are fleeing persecution or are living as stateless people when possible efforts to address the immediate care.
The five blades of the pinwheel represent the different continents of the world and the wind that makes the pinwheel spin is the will to act and to pass on the message until all countries take adequate measures to end child labour.
Literacy Rate: 99%
Under Age 5 Mortality Rate: 33
death rate: 9.18
North Korea faces chronic food shortages, leaving Koreans hungry. The World Food Program estimates that about 32 percent of children under the age of 5 are stunted from malnutrition.