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CHILD LABOUR:

CHILD LABOUR Presented By: Nishant Raj Branch:EEE Roll No:1307024

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Why I chose this topic When i heard the word “child labour”, i wondered whether those children got some help from government or organization groups or not. I also want to know what is the real definition for the child labour and the effects of it.

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Child labour is significant because it effects children around the world. They have been harm and they have to work so hard to get pay. The number of child labourer is still high and it is the problem that needs to be solved. Moreover those children don’t get the opportunities to go to school so it effects literacy rate . Why is this topic a global issue

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Child Labour “Child labour” is generally speaking , work for children that harms them or exploits them in someway (physically, mentally, morally or by blocking access to education). It is the work that exceeds a minimum number of hours depending on the age of a child and on the type of work.

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Child Labour In India INDIA accounts for the second highest number where child labour in the world . According to certain experts approximately 10 million bonded child labourers are working as domestic servants in India. Beyond this there are almost 55 million bonded child labourers hired across various other industries.

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Causes For Child Labour Poverty Over Population Parental Illiteracy Social Apathy Lack of Education and Exposure Exploitation of Cheap and Unorganized Labour

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Solutions Eliminate Poverty Enforce labour laws Encourage education Abolish child trafficking Promote fair trade Replace working children with working adults

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Some NGO’s working for abolishing child labour

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What has been done for the children In countries all over the world , countless laws and policies against the exploitation of children already exist. The United Nations Convention on the Rights of Child (UNCRC) is the most widely ratified human rights treaty in history. In addition to this, the vast majority of countries around the world have national laws regulating children’s work and prohibiting exploitative and hazardous child labour.

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CONCLUSIONS “World revolves around the children , children’s future revolves around education” STOP CHILD LABOUR

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