Documents the situation of girls in El Salvador that work as domestics, a form of labor that makes them particularly vulnerable to physical abuse and sexual harassment.
National US network for the exchange of information about child labor; providing a forum and a unified voice on protecting working minors and ending child labor exploitation; and developing informational and educational outreach to the public and private sectors.
Pakistan has recently passed laws greatly limiting child labor and indentured servitude, but those laws are universally ignored, and some 11 million children, aged four to fourteen, keep that country's factories operating, often working in brutal and squalid conditions. (Atlantic Monthly)
Tackles the issue on Child Labor especially in the Philippines, where an estimated 2 million children are compelled to work. It relates the problems caused by child labor, some analysis, and advocacy against the issue.
Addresses the issue of child labor in developing countries.
Child labor condemns millions of children around the world to a life of servitude. Reports, papers and details of the Global March Against Child Labor which took place in 1998.
A global nonprofit organization working to end child labor and offer educational opportunities for children in South Asia.
A website exploring the complex problem of child-labor in India. Includes many pictures.
Offers parents, employers, and educators a resource on assigning agricultural jobs to children 7 to 16 years of age.
An action programme for the elimination of child labour in the hand knotted carpet industry in eastern Uttar Pradesh, India.
The new Constitution gave children rights which they should use to prepare themselves for the challenges of the future.
Report by Human Rights Watch examines child banana workers in Ecuador as the victims of serious human rights abuses.
Sixty photographs by Lewis W. Hine the investigative photographer who worked for the Child Labor Bureau.
A report on child labor in the sugarcane plantations of El Salvador.
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