child labour happens because children get sold to factories and such. they don't really have a choice but they work 12-15 hours a day and get paid very little. most of the time the places they work in are dangerous to their health and safety. most of the kids are orphans.
In Canada there is no child labour, but we do have stuff and things that are made by child labour, for example:clothing, food, shoes some are made by child labour.
the reasons of child labour in tunisia
They do not and did not work for child labour. Child labour is the definition of children working.
They do not work for child labour. Children working is the definition of child labour.
Nepal is a relatively poor country, and child labour is cheap, and hence very attractive in an impoverished economy.
child labour is just forced to work against their will to support the family economicallythe definition of child labour is when a child is forced to work for little or no money. its mean.
Labour can be anyone who is being forced to work or where a woman goes into labour (has a baby) or the party Labour. Child labour is where a child is being ilegally forced to work.
The best solution of the end of child labour is EDUCATION & AWARENESS................
we Don't abolish child labour it is foolness of many people. . . .
no to Child labour
Child labour mostly happens in developing and underdeveloped countries but it does happen in the USA and South America and although it is rare for child labour in Canada it has been heard of before. Child labour is common in China, Japan and other countries in Asia. It sometimes happens in Europe but is way more common in Africa, where food, water, and money are not as easy to obtain.
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Unfortunately child labour is still happening and I don't think it will stop in the near future.
Labor is for adults. Let kids be kids. Say no to child labour and yes to education.
Child Labour Simulation A historical simulation on child labour. Each student is given the name of a person involved in the debate over the issue of children working in textile factories in the early part of the 19th century. The characters are divided into eight different categories: Factory Owners: Supporting Child Labour, Factory Owners Opposing Child Labour, Campaigners Against Child Labour, Supporters of Child Labour, Doctors Opposing Child Labour, Doctors Supporting Child Labour, Child Workers: Girls and Child Workers: Boys. Each student then used the Internet to discover details of their character and their views on child labour. Each student writes a brief biography of their character and prepares a speech for a debate entitled: "Parliament should pass legislation making it illegal for children under the age of twelve to work in textile factories." See the article, Child Labour in the 19th Century, for an account of how the simulation works in the classroom.
no germany does not have child labour
Child labour was cheap!
pleasure of pain and labour to mother on child birth , but child labourbut pains and perils to child mother is put to pain and labour for a child's birth, why to pass it on to the child ?
Child labour is mostly found in third world countries such as india, africa, afganistan and pakistan.
the people should be more aware with the problems of child labour.child labour take over the rights of a child like right to education etc...the laws against child labour must be enforced for making the rules a litle more stronger....
It is doubtful anyone would wish to see a slogan for child labour. Most people would be against the idea of child labour.
Child labour is a worry about our country. Govt should be pass a strict act against child labour, because child labour keep away the child from school, sports, and other enjoyfull things. So We should think about it deeply.
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