Prevention of Child Labour and Prevention by RSCHRN, AHTU

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RSCHRIN, AHTU is leading anti human trafficking NGO AHTU unit which aims to stop human trafficking and also provide rehabilitation to victims so that they will get further opportunities in future.

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Role of RSCHRIN, AHTU - Child Labour Prevention:

Role of RSCHRIN, AHTU - Child Labour Prevention RSCHRIN, AHTU is a leading Child Labour NGO on Delhi, India which focus to make create better life opportunities for children's who spend their whole life as slaves in homes, factories and in other places. Our motive is to make ensure that children's are free from bounded labour and non bounded slavery legally. We also give assurance to rescued slavery children's that he/she cannot be engaged further for child labour by anyone else whosoever and whatsoever it is.

What is Child Labour:

What is Child Labour Child labour is the practice of having children engage in economic activity, on a part- or full-time basis. The practice deprives children of their childhood, and is harmful to their physical and mental development. Poverty, lack of good schools and the growth of the informal economy are considered to be the key causes of child labour in India . Corruption in the government of India also plays a major role in child labour because laws that should be enforced to prevent child labour are not because of the corrupt government.

Constitutional Provisions Against Child Labour:

Constitutional Provisions Against Child Labour As per Article 21(A) and Article 45 – The child has the right to Education i.e. the state shall provide compulsory and free education to the children of the age six to 14 years. As per Article 24 –There is a provision under which a child below the age of 14 years cannot be employed in any mine, factory or hazardous workplace. As per Article 39(f) –The child’s youth and childhood are to be protected against moral and material abandonment and exploitation.

Initiatives Against Child Labour in India:

Initiatives Against Child Labour in India The Act that regulates child labour is “The Child Labour (Prohibition and Regulation) Act, 1986 which defines a child as any person who has not completed his fourteenth year of age. The Act prohibits children from working in any occupation which includes dhabas , domestic labour , hotels, catering or construction work on railways or anywhere near the tracks, automobile garages and plastics factories, places where the process of soap manufacturing, beedi making, brick kilns, tanning and roof tiles units.

Child labour has also been a subject of public interest litigations in Indian courts:

Child labour has also been a subject of public interest litigations in Indian courts Prohibition of child Labour Protecting child at work Tackling the core causes of Child Labour Helping children to adjust to future work Protecting the children of working parents Under the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) of the 2030 Agenda, UN Member States, employers’ and workers’ organizations, as well as civil society organizations, are urged to eliminate Child Labour by 2025, and forced Labour , modern slavery and human trafficking by 2030.

UNICEF outlines the issues summarized by the ILO report:

UNICEF outlines the issues summarized by the ILO report The UNICEF report claimed that while 90% of child labour in India is in its rural areas, the availability and quality of schools is decrepit; in rural areas of India, claims the old UNICEF report, about 50% of government funded primary schools that exist do not have a building, 40% lack a blackboard, few have books, and 97% of funds for these publicly funded school have been budgeted by the government as salaries for the teacher and administrators .

Conclusion : Figure 1. Educational level of parents of child labour:

Conclusion : Figure 1. Educational level of parents of child labour

Conclusion : Figure 2. Health problems in child labour:

Conclusion : Figure 2. Health problems in child labour

Conclusion Child Labour Statistics in India:

Conclusion Child Labour Statistics in India

Conclusion : Annual Profit of Forced Child Labour Per Regions (US $ billion):

Conclusion : Annual Profit of Forced Child Labour Per Regions (US $ billion)

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