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Child Labor in Sudan

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Sudan #4
Child Labor Offender
Children in Sudan face daunting situations.Thousands of children have been abducted and enslaved in the context of the armed conflict in the Sudan as well as for commercial gain. Both government and oppositions forces have used children as solders. Professionals that work with children, such as teachers, have been recruited by the military. Landmines continue to threaten the lives of children, even in areas where armed conflict is no longer taking place. Government forces have indiscriminate bombing of civilian areas. further, access to need population by humanitarian organizations has sometimes been impeded. The committee on the rights of the child has noted specific objection to how the Sudan treats its ''vagrant children'' and has even noted objection to that very term. It has recommended that Sudan
change its ''definition and policiies with regard to the street children, ensuring that these children are are seen as victims of their circumstances and are not criminalized
Child labor laws
1. Marks and Spencer
2. Joe Fresh
3. Sears
4. Disney
5. Victoria's Secret
6. La Senza
7. GAP
8. Walmart
9. Nike
10. H & M
Companies that use Child Labor
www.law.edu/rew/re/jurisdictions/afn/sudan/frontpage.htm
www.dol.gov.com
www.businessinsider.com
www.therichest.com
www.continuetolearn.uiowa.edu
ikeafoundation.org
Sources
pictures of child labor
Child Labor in Sudan
Sudan is located in Africa
This is Sudan's flag
Demographics and Statistics
By:Virginia & Marisol

Sudan is a war-torn nation in North Africa. Children are often recruited to be child soldiers, or to be used for forced labor on farms. Young girls are often seized and put to work as slaves.
What can you do
to help?
Definition of Child Labor
Child labor is work that harms children or keeps them from attending school. Around the world and in the U. S., growing gaps between rich and poor in recent decades have forced millions of young children out of school and into work. The International Labor Organization estimates that 215 million children between the ages of 5 and 17 currently work under conditions that are considered illegal, hazardous, or extremely exploitative. Underage children work at all sorts of jobs around the world, usually because they and their families are extremely poor. Large numbers of children work in commercial agriculture, fishing, manufacturing, mining, and domestic service. Some children work in illicit activities like the drug trade and prostitution or other traumatic activities such as serving as soldiers.

Sudan Region Africa
Population 28,883,000
Population under 18 13,618,000
Total Child Labor
NATIONAL STATISTICS

* For the year 2000, the ILO projects that there will be 944,000 economically active children, 334,000 girls and 610,000 boys between the ages of 10-14, representing 27.41% of this age group. (ILO, International Labor Office - Bureau of Statistics, Economically Active Population 1950-2010, STAT Working Paper, ILO 1997)

* 567,736 children are working. (ILO, Yearbook of Labor Statistics, 1998)

* 32% of children between 10-14 year are working. (FNV, Eliminating Child Labor, 1995)

* In 1995, there were 1,034,000 economically active children, 348,000 girls and 685,000 boys between the ages of 10-14, representing 29.38% of this age group. (ILO, International Labor Office - Bureau of Statistics, Economically Active Population 1950-2010, STAT Working Paper, ILO 1997)

GENERAL NOTES AND OBSERVATIONS

* Child labor exists in SPLM/Spanish Peoples Liberation Army-held areas, particular

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