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  • What is child labor?
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    • 1. CHILD LABOR One of the majorproblems in India
    • 2.  Child labor is a working child under the agespecified by law. It is work for children that exploits themphysically, mentally, morally, or by blocking accessto education.
    • 3. Child labor in indiaThe country accounts for the second highestnumber where child labor in the world isconcerned.Today millions of children work as laborersin various businesses in India. You findchildren being exploited in restaurants, silkindustry, carpet weaving, firecracker units, etc.
    • 4. Count of Child labors in andhra Pradesh
    • 5. In 1997, research indicated that the number of child laborers in the silk- weaving industry in the district ofKanchipuram in India exceeded 40,000
    • 6. aCCording to the statistiCs given by indian government there are 20 million Child laborers in the Country, while other agenCies Claim that it is 50 million.
    • 7. Child Labor in AsiaThe Asia-Pacificregion has thelargest number ofchild workers in the5-14 age group inthe world – some127 million, about60% of workingchildren worldwide.
    • 8. Statistics of the world•The ILO estimates that 218 million childrenages 5-17 are engaged in child labor all overthe world.•61% in Asia, 32% in Africa, and 7% in LatinAmerica, 1% in US, Canada, Europe and otherwealthy nations.•8.4 million children are trapped in slavery,trafficking, debt bondage
    • 9. Causes for childlabor• Poverty• Over Population• Parental Illiteracy• Social apathy• Lack of education &exposure• Exploitation of cheap andunorganized labor.
    • 10. Children in rural families who are ailing withpoverty perceive their children as an incomegenerating resource to supplement the familyincome.
    • 11. As per ILO the CHILD RIGHTS are ….The Right to survival - tolife, health, nutrition, name andnationality.The Right to development -to education, care, leisure,recreation.The Right to protection -from exploitation, abuse,neglect.The Right to participation -to expression, information,thought and religion.
    • 12. Child labor laws in India:•The Child Labor Act, 1986•The Factories Act, 1948•The Mines Act, 1952•The Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act,2009•The Juvenile Justice of ChildrenAct, 2000
    • 13. Many NGOs like Bachpan Bachao Andolan,care India, Child Rights and You, Globalmarch against child labor, etc. have beenworking to eradicate child labor in India.Pratham is Indias largest non-governmental organization with themission every child in school and learningwell.
    • 14. NGO’s for child labor:
    • 15. The presentface of anilliteratechild in thesociety isthis…… so….
    • 16. Conclusio n:"World Revolves aroundthe Children , Childrens Future revolves around Education”Stop Child Labor
    • 17. NikitaRajani

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