Conclusion On Child Labour

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It is time to consign child labour to the history books and to allow all children to realise their rights. Child labour is a fact of life for children and it is an issue that effect of all us in many country. It is the duty of everyone to contribute to the stop child labour – governments, trade unions, businesses, international organisations, communities, employers, teachers, parents, children and you. The ‘school is the best place to work’ campaign believe that child labour of any type of work which is harmful to a child’s development including affecting full-time quality education. The main key to eliminate child labour is political mobilation and practical action. Despite promise made by world’s to care for every child, still
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The main two obejective of this campaign:
1. To bring a chance, all forms of child labour and to challenge those who would argue for its relation.
2. To support the global campaign for education which seeks to provide Education for All (EFA)?? The main source of information on child labour comes from the International Labour Organisation (ILO). They conduct research and publish reports on the issue and have a special department dedicated to the elimination of child labour – the International Programme for the Elimination of Child Labour (IPEC).

IS ALL CHILD LABOUR HAR:-Child labour is any labour that prevents a child from receiving a full time formal education. Helping around the house or working in a local shop on weekends or for a few hours after school during the week is not child labour. In fact, this kind of work can be good for a young person- it helps them learn valuable life skills and knowledge. However, if this work prevents a child from receiving a full time formal education and when it contravenes existing laws on the minimum age and condition for employment, it leads to child labour.

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What is needed now is ACTION!

article 19: Children should be protected from all forms of physical, mental, injury violence, negligent, maltreatment exploitation.

article 27: The right of every child to a standard of living adequate for the child’s physical, mental, spiritual, moral and social development. article 28 & 29: The right to education article 31: The right to play article 32: The right of the child to be protected from economic exploitation and from performing any work that is likely to be hazardous or to interfere with the child’s education, or to be harmful to the child’s health or physical, mental, spiritual, moral or social development.


• ARTICLE11:-Every child have the rights to an education. The education of the child shall be directed to: the promotion and development, talents and mental and physical abilities to their fullest potential.
• ARTICLE15:- “Every child shall be protected from all forms of economic exploitation and from performing any work that is likely to be hazardous or effect the child’s physical, mental and social

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