child labour


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child labour

n
(Commerce) the full-time employment of children below a minimum age laid down by statute
Translations

child labour

nlavoro minorile
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Talking to newsmen on this occasion, the DPO said the district administration was committed to eradicating child labour from the area.
The highest rate of the child labour is still more than 50 percent in which children of age group 5 to 14 are working in the developing countries.
Child Protection Officer (Legal) of CPB, Sumaira Advocate told reporter that CPB managed to rescue 16 children from different parts of the city who were involved in bounded child labour at hotels, workshops etc and produced them before the court.
The organisation made the call in a report released to coincide with the global conference on the sustained eradication of child Labour, held in Buenos Aires from 14 to 16 November.
It included a call to the national delegations to make pledges for concrete measures to accelerate efforts against child labour and forced labour.
The day was first launched in 2002 aiming to raise awareness and activism to prevent child labour.
The launch of the project was announced in the form of a workshop that will continue until April 20, under the supervision of the Steering Committee of the National Programme to Combat Child Labour.
Rooij said there are good indications that child labour will decrease in Egypt, explaining that Egypt has signed two international conventions to combat child labour and has developed its own national strategy to address the issue.
On Wednesday, various programs are being organized in Nepal to raise awareness and increase activism to prevent child labour.
UNICEF estimates that around 150 million children aged 5-14, or nearly 1 in 6 children in this age group, are involved in child labour.
About the International Programme on the Elimination of Child Labour (IPEC).
Organisations working for child labour could be broadly categorised into those working for legal advice and advocacy; those generating statistics; and those that are providing interventions.

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