CHILD LABOUR CLG

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CHILD LABOUR :

CHILD LABOUR COMPLIED BY: MANI VERMA PALLAVI DUA RACHITA SINGH PRIYANKA NEMANI ANKITA MAHESHWARI

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When the sun falls, and the moon comes bright The shadow falls all over my life, They say life is a struggle to strive for the best For me it’s a few hours of rest… I don’t need your love, I don’t need your sympathy Just give me a penny, to fill my stomach which is for a day empty. Don’t know what lies in the future can’t say what lies ahead Why I was born, I always regret… My dream of life oh God, bless me with four shoulders What can take me to ultimate heights… Don’t hurt me, don’t laugh at me I’m your mere reflection, give me some dignity…

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THIS IS WHAT WE CALL LIFE!!!!

BUT…:

BUT… THIS IS ALSO LIFE!!!!

THE SMALL HANDS OF SLAVERY:

THE SMALL HANDS OF SLAVERY

CHILD LABOR….??:

CHILD LABOR….?? Child labor is defined as all economic activity for children less than 12 years Any work for those aged 12-14 of sufficient hours per week to undermine their health or education, and all “hazardous work” which could threaten the health of children under 18. Child Labor hampers the normal, physical, intellectual, emotional and moral development of a child.

FACTORS BEHIND CHILD LABOR:

FACTORS BEHIND CHILD LABOR POVERTY . POOR QUALITY OF EDUCATION. CAN BE EASILY DOMINATED. LACK OF AWARENESS. THE MAJOR REASON FOR EXPLOITATION IS THE FRAGILE SITUATION OF CHILDREN IN INDIA – IF THEY DON’T WORK THEY WILL STRAVE

CHILD LABOUR IN INDIA:

Working children, aged 5-17 7.4 million Working children, aged 5-14 4.7 million Child labourers , aged 5-17 3.2 million Children engaged in hazardous labour , aged 5-17 1.3 million Child domestic workers 421,000 Percentage of Children (aged 5-14) engaged in child labour (2007) National Slum Tribal 12.8 19.1 17.6 CHILD LABOUR IN INDIA WHAT IS THE CURRENT SITUATION?

CHILDREN'S RIGHTS :

CHILDREN'S RIGHTS In 1989, the UN General Assembly adopted the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) . Article 32 asserts the right that children should not be engaged in work deemed to be “hazardous or to interfere with the child's education, or to be harmful to the child's health ”. International Labour Organization (ILO) has allied its mission with the cause. The ILO aims to achieve this objective by 2016 with clear plans in place by 2008. Universally recognized children's rights are however insufficient means of combating child labor.

THE GOVERNMENT’S STANCE :

THE GOVERNMENT’S STANCE The Child Labour (Prohibition & Regulation) Act was enacted in 1986 The Act prohibits employment of children in certain specified hazardous occupations and processes and regulates the working conditions in others. In consonance with the above approach, a National Policy on Child Labour NCLP was formulated in 1987 The Policy seeks to adopt a gradual & sequential approach with a focus on rehabilitation of children working in hazardous occupations & processes in the first instance

ELIMINATING CHILD LABOUR :

ELIMINATING CHILD LABOUR Eliminate poverty Ensure free and suitable education, Ensure skills training for children. By keeping children in school, children are less vulnerable to child labour. Withdraw child labourers and put them back to schools. There is a need to improve the system/education model which can be used to withdraw children from work force Good quality human resources and enough source of funding.

SOME NGO'S WORKING FOR THE CAUSE OF CHILD LABOR IN INDIA:

SOME NGO'S WORKING FOR THE CAUSE OF CHILD LABOR IN INDIA

CONCLUSION:

CONCLUSION Even though we have given a contingency plan with which we think this social issue could slowly be eradicated, the road ahead is stormy Awareness programs with change in government policies and free education is a must to get rid of this social evil that still exists in our society today Organizations like CRY, ACTION AID INDIA, BUTTERFLIES AND PRAYAS are working 24/7 for the rights of these children. It is our duty to support these causes and raise our voices against this injustice that is happening around us .

A FEW MOMENTS THAT WE COULD CAPTURE………!!:

A FEW MOMENTS THAT WE COULD CAPTURE………!!

LETS JOIN HANDS FOR A BETTER TOMORROW. . .:

LETS JOIN HANDS FOR A BETTER TOMORROW. . .

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