child labor


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child labor

n.
The employment of children, particularly under terms and conditions considered inhumane or prohibited by law.
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Implement a project to empower cocoa-growing communities in Cote d'Ivoire to reduce child labor
Statement from the World Cocoa Foundation about the 2013/14 Survey Research on Child Labor in West African Cocoa-Growing Areas Report
Amman, May 13 (Petra)--Secretary General of the Ministry of Labor, Hamada Abu Nejma, on Wednesday discussed areas of cooperation, mainly in the field of child labor, with Ansaf Nathem, international expert on child labor from the International Labor Organization ILO.
The National Statistical Committee will collect statistical information on the worst child labor forms in Kyrgyzstan, the Committee's press service said on August 29.
PESHAWAR -- Globally 215 million children were engaged in Child labor Worldwide while there were approximately 9.
Child labor bans aim to improve children's welfare by getting them out of the workplace and into school.
Summary: President Michel Sleiman called Thursday for fighting child labor by addressing the roots of poverty and adopting legislation to improve social welfare.
Rosenberg, a psychiatric physician by training, presents a history of child labor in America.
The seminar was organized to mark the World Day against Child Labor observed on June 12 in the country as elsewhere in the world.
The phenomenon of child labor in Morocco is however in sharp decline since 1999 when it touched 9.
The steps taken by the Dominican Republic to eradicate child labor served as a good example during a meeting by the International Labor Organization (ILO) in Colombia in late February.
The agriculture sector was the worst offender for child labor, comprising a little over 56 percent of the industry's workforce.

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