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Child Labour Presentation

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Hamza Mohamed

on 27 July 2016

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Child Labour
By: Hamza Abraham, Brianna, Selin, Sarah, and Rachel
Our Definition: Enslaving children to do a grown ups job. Which cause the child to become hurt physically but mentally too.This (most of the time) conflicts with their education.

What is Child Labour?
Well you know those pair of nike's you own well those were probably made by a child.
Which means that you make the company think that it's okay to use kids

Why should I care !
Child labour is an atrocious thing that happens all over the world.  It’s not fair for the kids to work almost all day for less than $5 a day just to support their families and sometimes the kids can be sold to their boss so that their family has one less mouth to feed. Which causes the kids to feel depressed. In these horrible factories there are dangerous machines that cause fatal injuries. How would you feel if you were a victim of child labor? More than 215 million children are victims of child labor That's why we have to do something.
-We saw all the tragic things happening to the children all over the world so we decided to do something about.

-How would feel if you were in such a situation where you were in child labour.
Q and A
About Child Labour
-About 250 million children work in child labour

“The 10 countries that Maplecroft listed as the worst countries for child labor in 2012 included Pakistan, Afghanistan, North Korea and Myanmar. The other six countries were all in Africa: Sudan, DR Congo, Somalia, Ethiopia, Burundi and Zimbabwe.”

-"Some children are forced to weave up to 18 hours a day, often never leaving the confines of the factory or loom shed".

-“At current rates, more than 100 million children will still be trapped in child labour by 2020.”

The highest proportion of child laborers is in Sub Saharan Africa, where 26 percent of children (49 million) are involved in work.

*About 218 million children aged 5-17 are involved in child labour worldwide.

*About 126 million children work in hazardous conditions, often enduring beatings, humiliation and sexual violence by their employers.

Where Do I Come Into The Picture?

*We are all guilty of consuming these products. We are buying the items these children produce. This is where we come in…“CONSUMERISM”

Game Time
The End
Reliable Companies
Free The Children
World Vision

You maybe thinking that it's going to take a lot of effort to do something, but it's not. There are many small things you can do like:
-Sign Petitions
-Spreading the word
- Writing Letters to the U.N. leaders that care
Even something small can makes all the difference
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