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2015-06-21 02:45:29
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All countries need to enforce labor laws forbidding child labor.


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Throughout many developing nations, some, not all, have documented cases of child labor. Cases of child labor that have been documented arein Thailand and Pakistan.

there are no hardships of labor of a child

working in factories ,begging and prostition

Some child labor slogans are: 1. Say no to child labor, and yes to education...... 2. Stop Child Labor 3. Be kind to a child: Stop Child Labor 4. Let a Child be a Child: Stop Child Labor

There are none. It will never be prevented.You can prohibit it but always there will be someone some where that will use child labour.There are also countries that refuse to prohibit it because it is economically viable.

Some slogans are: Stop Child Labor Save the Future of Our Country: No More Child Labor Children Are Not Slaves Bless the Children: Stop Child Labor

There is child labor in some cities in Russia.Mostly they are the cities that have theless ammount of moneythan the other ones do.

Some countries that still have child labor are Taiwan, China, India, Pakistan, Africa, & Vietnam.

There are no nations without some child labor, including the USA and UK. Developed nations REGULATE, but do not prohibit it.

Every nation has child labor. Some regulate and discourage it. Even the US and CAnada do not prohibit it.

No it still exists in some countries today Child labor exists in every nation, including America where it is heavily regulated and monitored. Tens of thousands of kids deliver newspapers, act in theater and film, or work for parents business. All lawful.

"Child labor" is, generally speaking, work for children that harms them or exploits them in some way (physically, mentally, morally, or by blocking access to education)

Answer:Child labor has existed in the history of almost every country in the world, including the United States. Some countries in Central and South America, Eastern Europe, Asia and Africa still use child labor as it hasn't necessarily been outlawed in their countries. Some still use child labor even though it has been outlawed where they live.

Child labor was used because it was cheap labor for the factory owners. Money was short for most families and children had to work to help pay bills.

In these days one could see more child labour on seashore engaged in different things like selling waterpockets, washing plates in some shop, ....etc

some places where there are child labour is africa, india and china. hope that helped:)

Some negative effects of child labor include malnutrition. It also includes premature ageing, depression, as well as drug dependency.

Child labor hass never been prohibited in the USA. WE discourage some and regulate other kids work.

Most countries in Asia do child labour, but there has been a few in Europe. Most countries have some form of child labor; some have more than others. Child labor occurs when a community, a region, or a country is very poor and every member of a family must contribute to the economy of the family in order to survive. In countries that have limited areas of hard poverty, child labor would still be found. The most obvious might be in the entertainment field but there is everything else from farm labor to prostitution.

In the United States it took many years to outlaw child labor. Connecticut passed a law in 1813 saying that working children must have some schooling. By 1899 a total of 28 states had passed laws regulating child labor. Many efforts were made to pass a national child labor law. The U.S. Congress passed two laws, in 1918 and 1922, but the Supreme Court declared both unconstitutional. In 1924, Congress proposed a constitutional amendment prohibiting child labor, but the states did not ratify it. Then, in 1938, Congress passed the Fair Labor Standards Act. It fixed minimum ages of 16 for work during school hours, 14 for certain jobs after school, and 18 for dangerous work. Today all the states and the U.S. Government have laws regulating child labor. These laws have cured the worst evils of children's working in factories. But some kinds of work are not regulated. Children of migrant workers, for example, have no legal protection. Farmers may legally employ them outside of school hours. The children pick crops in the fields and move from place to place, so they get little schooling. Child labor has been less of a problem in Canada because industry there did not develop until the 1900's. The Canadian provinces today have child labor laws similar to those in the United States. Most other countries have laws regulating child labor, too. But the laws are not always enforced, and child labor remains a problem.

some greedy people just wanted to make some money!

Some governments and countries have no legislation in place to restrict child labour. Others do.

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