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Everyone has the right to rest and leisure including reasona

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Madi Fortier

on 3 March 2014

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Transcript of Everyone has the right to rest and leisure including reasona

Article 24
Everyone has the right to rest and leisure including reasonable limitation of working hours and periodic holidays with pay.
You have a right to have days off and to have vacation time.
In Other Words:
a worker’s working time, including overtime, in any reference period which is applicable in his case shall not exceed an average of 48 hours for each seven days.


Regulation States that:
Regulation States:
Where an adult worker’s daily working time is more than six hours, he is entitled to a rest break.
Regulation States:

an adult worker is entitled to an uninterrupted rest period of not less than 24 hours in each seven-day period during which he works for his employer.


It is estimated that 500,000 to one million children ages four to fourteen are being forced to work making carpets in Pakistan
An eight-story building that housed four garment factories in the capital city of Bangladesh collapsed overnight, killing at least 87 workers, and adding to a rising death toll in a country where well-known American retailers pay dirt-poor wages to make clothing in factories with few of the basic safeguards that are standard in most of the developed world.”


Migrant workers are a violation because they work in poor conditions for long hours.
Madi Fortier
Mods 16-17
2.25.14

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