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Schemes and policies of government to help under-privileged children. Things we can do to help these poor children. CONTENT: Child Labour Child labour refers to the employment of children in any work that deprives children of their childhood, interferes with their ability to attend regular school, and that is mentally, physically, socially or morally dangerous and harmful. This practice is considered exploitative by many international organizations. Legislations across the world prohibit child labour. These laws do not consider all work done by children as child labour; exceptions include work by child artists, supervised training, certain categories of work such as those by Amish children, and others. PowerPoint Presentation: Reasons Why Child Labour Persists Child labour has been increasing steadily in the towns and cities of developing countries as a result of the rapid global urbanization. Urban working children are found mainly in trade and services and to a lesser extent in the manufacturing sector. In manufacturing industries, children are most likely to be employed when their labour is less expensive or less troublesome than that of adults, when other labour is scarce, and when they are considered irreplaceable by reason of their size or perceived dexterity . Mostly , poor children are engaged in such work . PowerPoint Presentation: Industries That Employ Children as Workers PowerPoint Presentation: Industries That Employ Children as Workers Some of the industries that employ children as workers are-: Textile industries Automobile industries Departmental stores Some shops Small restaurants and tea and coffee stalls In some areas children are employed for breaking stones, in places where bricks are made Many other industries also employ children as workers were child labour is less expensive than adult labour. PowerPoint Presentation: Industries that employ children as workers PowerPoint Presentation: Importance of Sending These Children to Schools PowerPoint Presentation: Importance of Sending These Children To School It is very important for these children to go to school because if they don’t go to school , they would not be able to live a good life , they will destroy their childhood as well as their future . They won’t be able to learn manners , they won’t know that what is good and what is bad . Childhood is the time to play , study enjoy etc. and not to do some work in a factory or any other commercial or residential place . Therefore , education of such children are very important for their as well as our country’s future . PowerPoint Presentation: NGOs working on this issue 1) Concerned for Working Children (CWC) The Concerned for Working Children is a not-for-profit secular, democratic development agency based in Bangalore, India. Active since the late 1970s , it is one of the first organizations in India to focus on working children and their needs PowerPoint Presentation: 2) Child Rights and You (CRY) It helps to enable people to take responsibility for the situation of the deprived Indian child and so motivate them to seek resolution through individual and collective action thereby enabling children to realize their full potential. It wants to see every child as a happy, healthy and creative child. PowerPoint Presentation: 3) Centre for Rural Education and Development Action (CREDA) Centre for Rural Education and Development Action (CREDA) was set-up in 1982. CREDA’s objective is working towards the development and empowerment of socially and economically backward communities through community participation, child being in the centrestage . The NGO's work focuses on child labour related activities. It has undertaken projects for the elimination and rehabilitation of child labour. PowerPoint Presentation: Things Which We Can Do To Help These Poor Children We can help NGOs in creating awareness among children as well as people making them realize about their rights. We can help these un-privileged children by sending them to schools and making them realize about why should they go to schools and why they should not do child labour. We can even help them by suggesting our government to launch even more large scale family planning programs so that the population of poor children becomes less and child labour also decreases. We can also help them by suggesting our government to make laws to punish people who employ children as workers even more strictly than the existing laws. PowerPoint Presentation: A VIDEO ON CHILD LABOUR PowerPoint Presentation: THE EVILS OF CHILD LABOUR Presentation Submitted By -: Vineet Aggarwal PowerPoint Presentation: THANK YOU You do not have the permission to view this presentation. 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