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Transcript of CHILD LABOUR
CHILD LABOUR FACTS
is defined as work that is mentally, physically, socially, and morally dangerous to children
for long hours under harsh conditions
“On average, one child in every seven can be classified as a child laborer”
Different forms of child labour ...
Bussineses build factories in countries with a lot of poverty, this attracts cheap labour.
A few of the many companies who use child labour are...
-Toys ‘R’ Us -Aeropostale
-Urban Outfitters -Hershey’s Chocolate
-Forever 21 -Puma
“Nearly half of the world’s population lives in extreme poverty”.
Top 10 Countries...
Extreme forms of child labour Extreme poverty
2) Somalia 2)
4) Mynamar 4) Niger
5) Sudan 5)
6) Afganistan 6) Central african Republic
7) Pakistan 7)
8) Sierra Leone
9) Yemen 9) Malawi
LACK OF EDUCATION
“Worldwide 130 million children aged 6 to 11 do not have any education”.
Children should be sent to school rather than swork
Parents cannot afford to send their children to school
Delay's these childrens physical and mental development both internally and externally.
Politics is all about power and control, and the government has the most control over its country.
laws are only influenced towards rich and powerful people (corporations)
Only wealthy benefit from economic and political policies.
Other population suffer in extreme poverty
when poverty is present child labour is also present.
The health of these children can affect a family’s income further leading to poverty and poverty related problems like malnutrition, fatigue, anemia, leading to death.
A country that has no money has no economy
Society less money few purchases affecting business productions fewer jobs low
economy poverty child labour
Promoting fair trade
Promoting public policies
Further strengthening advocacy, strategic partnerships and the worldwide movement against child labour
Talking to businesses
Encourage more awareness and participations
Contribute to the
World Day Against Child Labour