Does child labor still exist in Britain?
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Answer . the question asked is how did child labor exist?. To me i am of the view that the underlining path for its existence is poverty and exploitation by affluent peopl…e over the less privelage in the society.. though many factors contributed to it to escalate the more in recent times to the world attention , wars and our countries economic plannning lack the focused to tackle this sector povertywhich is evil to the economy and denting the image.
poor kids need money and owners dont think kids are important
child labour still exists because adults such as parents [guardians] and older family members are craving money our are poor and are in despreate need of money and diecide to …sell there children of to coco workers. usually the man of the family sells the child wether it be the uncle or the father. that is why child labour still exists.
Canada has child labor laws.
Because people are dumb enought to do it.
Some countries that still have child labor are Taiwan, China, India, Pakistan, Africa, & Vietnam.
yes it still exist.
It started at1800s and ended in 1990s
Examples of child labour (which is illegal uner UN conventions) DO exist in some countries where the laws are not adequately enforced.
To prevent the expolitation of children.
in some places
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Yes, many companies use it today, like: . Nike . Coca-Cola . McDonalds . Wal-Mart et cetera.... Nike is a major user of child labor.
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It's ironic that the United States is a huge advocate against child labor around the world, even when child labor still exists today in American soil. Agricultural jobs tend t…o have the most child labor because the government has never bothered to pass laws to protect agricultural workers, specifically those that pick vegetables.
No, because Not all work done by children should be classified as child labour that is to be targeted for elimination. Children's or adolescents' participation in work that do…es not affect their health and personal development or interfere with their schooling, is generally regarded as being something positive. This includes activities such as helping their parents around the home, assisting in a family business or earning pocket money outside school hours and during school holidays. These kinds of activities contribute to children's development and to the welfare of their families; they provide them with skills and experience, and help to prepare them to be productive members of society during their adult life. The term "child labour" is often defined as work that deprives children of their childhood, their potential and their dignity, and that is harmful to physical and mental development. It refers to work that: