Child Labour
What is Child Labour?What is Child Labour?
Child labour refers to the employment of 
children in any work that deprives 
c...
During Industrial RevolutionDuring Industrial Revolution
During the Industrial Revolution, children as young as four were ...
Causes of Child LabourCauses of Child Labour
International Labour Organisation suggests poverty is the greatest 
single ca...
Eliminating ChildEliminating Child
LabourLabour
Concerns have often been raised over the buying public's moral complicity ...
Child labour in WorldChild labour in World
Children going to a 12-hour night shift in the
United States
Children working in home-based assembly
operations in United ...
Child labour in Brazil, leaving after collecting
recyclables from a landfill
Agriculture deploys 70% of the world's child
...
Done by: K. Ajay Ganesh
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Child Labour

  1. 1. Child Labour
  2. 2. What is Child Labour?What is Child Labour? Child labour refers to the employment of  children in any work that deprives  children of their childhood, interferes  with their ability to attend regular  school, and that is mentally, physically,  socially or morally dangerous and  harmful.
  3. 3. During Industrial RevolutionDuring Industrial Revolution During the Industrial Revolution, children as young as four were  employed in production factories with dangerous, and often fatal,  working conditions. Based on this understanding of the use of  children as laborers, it is now considered by wealthy countries to be  a human rights violation, and is outlawed, while some poorer  countries may allow child labour.
  4. 4. Causes of Child LabourCauses of Child Labour International Labour Organisation suggests poverty is the greatest  single cause behind child labour. Also, certain cultural beliefs have rationalised child labour and  thereby encouraged it. Some suggest that the causes for child labour include both the  demand and the supply side.
  5. 5. Eliminating ChildEliminating Child LabourLabour Concerns have often been raised over the buying public's moral complicity in  purchasing products assembled or otherwise manufactured in developing  countries with child labour. However, others have raised concerns that  boycotting products manufactured through child labour may force these  children to turn to more dangerous or strenuous professions, such as  agriculture. We should suggest not to follow child labour and eliminate it. 
  6. 6. Child labour in WorldChild labour in World
  7. 7. Children going to a 12-hour night shift in the United States Children working in home-based assembly operations in United States A boy repairing a tire in Gambia. Young girl working on a loom inAït Benhaddou, Morocco
  8. 8. Child labour in Brazil, leaving after collecting recyclables from a landfill Agriculture deploys 70% of the world's child labour.Above, child worker on a rice farm in Vietnam Child Labour in a quarry, Ecuador Child labour in Bangladesh
  9. 9. Done by: K. Ajay Ganesh
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