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Child Labor in India
Transcript of Child Labor in India
12-16 hour work days
Ongoing physical toll of heavy labor
Conditions of virtual slavery Economic underdevelopment
Lack of educational opportunities
Strategies for profit margins SOLUTIONS DOMESTIC Strict regulations
Reallocation of funds
Subsidies INTERNATIONAL Tariffs
Activity of NGOs: awareness, investment
Individual action Sources: Child Labor. (n.d.) Retrieved from http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/USAchild.htm.
India States and Union Territories. Retrieved from http://www.indembassy.org.pe/english/mapsimages/mapsbig/2map-of-india-political.gif
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Akash, G.M.B. (2009, May 1). [Photograph of girl in mill]. Child Labor, The Sequel. Retrieved from http://www.nocaptionneeded.com/?p=2740.