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Combating Child Labour

Author : International Labour Office
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This work examines the developments in the campaign against child labour and the defence of the rights of children.

Child Labour in South Asia

Author : Kishor Sharma
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Child labour is a serious and contentious issue throughout the developing world and it continues to be a problem whose form and very meaning shifts with social, geographical, economic and cultural context. While the debate about child labour practice in developing countries appears to be motivated by growing competition in labour intensive products brought about by globalization, studies on this issue are both sparse and lopsided. This important book aims to shed light on this debate by documenting the experience of South Asian developing countries which have experienced rapid income and export growth. Based on evidence from Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka, this volume aims to improve our understanding about the link between trade, growth and child labour practices, as well as management of child labour in developing countries.

Child Labour in India

Author : Usha Sharma
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Child Labour

Author : Gopal Bhargava
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The book gives an overview of the nature and extent of the problem of child labour, and the consequences for the victims. These volumes discuss in details the Shocking scene of child labour, Reforms in child labour, Challenges of measuring child labour, Children and prostitution, Global response to child labour, Action against child labour, Educational strategies to eliminate child labour, Natural disaster and child labour. It also discusses sympathetically economic exploitation of children.

Child Labour

Author : International Labour Organisation
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The Elimination of Child Labour Whose Responsibility

Author : Pramila H Bhargava
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This book stresses the importance of the eradication of child labor and provides a model workbook that sketches out systematically how the government, community and NGOs can efficiently work towards the effective eradication of this social problem.

Child Labour and the Law

Author : C. K. Shukla
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Considering The Problem In Its Totality, An Effort Has Been Made To Cover The Diverse Aspects Of The Subject. All The Articles Are Judiciously Selected From Authoritative Sources. This Joint Venture Has Been Taken As An Academic Exercise To Provide An Overall View An Issues And Problems Related To Child Labour At Macro, Meso And Micro Level, Including The Valuable Contributions From Social Scientists, Planners And Administrators To Present A More Comprehensive View On The Subject. Students, Teachers, Researchers, Administrators, Policy Planners And Professionals From Different Streams Of Disciplines Would Find This Book Informative And Useful.

Child Labour

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Child Labour in Sri Lanka

Author : S. W. E. Goonesekere
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This book looks at the problem of child labour in the informal sector which continues to hinder social progress in Sri Lanka despite the country's reputation in the developing world for its provision of welfare services and education. The report highlights government measures to eliminate child employment. It argues that collaborative efforts on the part of the Government, non-governmental organizations and international agencies could lead to innovative approaches to the problem.

Child Labour

Author : C. K. Shukla
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The Future Of Any Nation Depends Upon The Sound Development Of Children. For Construction Of Civilized, Cultural And Happy Society, We Have To Educate And Train Our Children Properly Because Tomorrow They Would Take The Nation Towards Prosperity. The Elimination Of Child Labour And Their Rehabilitation Has Emerged As An Important Area Of Scientific Work. It Has Been Seen That A Large Number Of Child Labour Are Surviving Under Great Health And Safety Hazards. Above All The Workplace Trauma Is Widespread, Stunting The Growth Of The Child Both Physically And Mentally. Hence, Considering The Problem In Its Totality, An Effort Has Been Made To Cover The Diverse Aspects Of The Subject. All The Articles Are Judiciously Selected From Authoritative Sources.